"Firm Boundaries, Secure Attachments"
Talking with others about our boundaries doesn’t always feel good; so we might let things go instead of speaking up for ourselves. This is especially true for those of us who have an insecure attachment style.
Attachment theory tells us that childhood memories of not having needs met when we cried out or spoke up makes us less likely to ask for help meeting our needs in adulthood. In some cases, we may not even know what our needs are.
Assertiveness is the clear communication of thoughts, feelings, and needs, typically demonstrated in the boundaries we set. People who are used to passive and passive-aggressive communication styles often feel they can’t be assertive without being aggressive.
If you didn't know, let us be the first to tell you "No" is a complete sentence. Through teaching how to assert thoughts, feelings, and needs, we help people set firm boundaries and have secure attachments.
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