Assertive rightsIt does not mean that:
I have right to judge my own behavior,thoughts, and feelings and takeresponsibility for them.You can do what do you want, regardlesswhat you do to the othersI have right not to apologize or explainmy behavior You never apologize or explain why youdid particular thing.I have right to consider if I am soresponsible for other peoples’ problemsThat you will stop to help people.I have right to change my opinion.That you will change your mind accordingas you decide anytime, anyway.I have right to make mistakes and takeresponsibility for them.That you will always prevaricate to right tomake mistakes anytime you ignore your duties.I have right to say: “ I do not know”It will be your next excuse when you arelazy to think.I have right to be independent on other peoples´ will.You will stop appreciate and manifest loveto people that help you and love you.I have right to make illogical decisions. That you can be “mad” and you do nottake responsibility.I have right to say: “ I do not Understandyou”.You stop trying to understand the others.I have right to say:” it is all the same tome”.You should become ignorant every timeyou do not want to listen to somebody.There are even more rights as follows:
Express rights different from the others
To be listened well and took serious
Tell NO! if she/he really wants.
Do not agree if he/she does not want to agree
Right to other people treat him with respectfully
Express anger when she/he is withheld with some right.
Decide her/himself what is for her/him more important and what less.
To privacy if she/he wants to be alone
Everybody has right to be or not to be assertive.
Do you remember game with such a “girl” on a picture?This game was about how is it when we communicate using only one way.Then we transformed knowledge we gained during this game into guidelines for effectiveinstructing:
Give a big picture when instructing.
Use as many channels as possible or optimum number 2