No one wants to be a doormat. But how do you stand up for yourself and your beliefs without being overbearing or mean?
Everyone admires assertive versus aggressive people—those who put forth their needs and views confidently and directly. They stand up for themselves without wielding a metaphorical weapon, and always consider the views of others. There’s often only a thin line that separates assertive behavior from aggressive behavior.
Join EmpowHERment at Gershy’s Cafe & Pastry in Clearwater as our guest speakers, Ambee Stephens and Gina Bernardi, explore the differences between aggressive and assertive behavior. This goes for actions AND communication, since it’s often not about what we say, but how we say it.