Hypnosis to become more assertive

​✔ You can learn the skills you need to become more assertive

​✔ You can learn to realise where changes are needed 

​✔ You can learn to believe in your rights

​✔ You can learn to figure out appropriate ways of asserting yourself in specific situations 

​✔ You can learn to practice giving assertive responses

​✔  You ​stand Up for Yourself at Work and in Relationships

"Change the changeable, accept the unchangeable,

​and remove yourself from the unacceptable"

​Denis Waitley

Being assertive means not being passive when it matters to you: If you are passive, you often:

  • do not speak up for yourself, either because you think your views don’t matter or for reasons like trying to please everyone or ‘keep the peace’
  • put your needs last to the needs of others
  • allow yourself to be bullied or ignored
  • speak quietly or with a hesitating voice, or with a submissive body-language like looking at the floor or shrugging the shoulders
  • you undermine your opinions with passive phrases such as: only if you don’t mind, or but it really doesn’t matter that much to me.​

The main effect of not being assertive is that it can lead to low self esteem. If we communicate in a passive manner we are not saying what we really feel or think. This means we can end up agreeing with and fulfilling other people’s needs or wants rather than our own. This can result in a lack of purpose, and a feeling of not being in control of our own lives. 

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Assertiveness training

How to become more Assertiveness?

Hypnotherapy to help you become more assertive

We have all heard people say “You need to be more assertive!” But what exactly is assertiveness? Assertiveness is a communication style. It is being able to express your feelings, thoughts, beliefs, and opinions in an open manner that doesn’t violate the rights of others.

Hypnotherapy to become more assertive

People often confuse assertiveness with aggression, because it involves sticking up for yourself. But the two are actually quite different: