Even if you haven’t successfully asserted yourself before, you have to start somewhere. Maybe by completing this worksheet. Assertiveness skills are within reach, no matter how shy you are now.
Use this worksheet as a journal prompt once a week for one month or more. As you continue to reflect on your attempts to be more assertive, you will find new opportunities and motivation to be your own advocate.
Who can this assertiveness skills worksheet help?
This worksheet is good for people who have experienced:
- Communication issues
- Boundary issues
- Work stress
- Social anxiety
“Do you struggle to be heard, to have your needs met, or feel that you are constantly angry trying to get your point across? Being assertive is a skill.” – Lucy Johnson
“Strength, assertiveness and dominance are incredibly valuable skills and traits if used correctly. Even though they often get a bad reputation for the abuse they also enable.” – Nick Dobos
Build assertiveness skills
- A Menu For Improving Personal Boundaries
- Anger Cheat Sheet: Questions To Ask Yourself
- Use Social Relationships To Heal
- Acknowledge Feelings That Are Tough To Admit
- Balance Your Wellbeing With Others’ Expectations
- Turn People-Pleasing Behaviors Into Self-Protective Ones