The same is true for passive-aggressive communicators, however, they may also consider the needs of others as unimportant. Aggressive communicators may feel others are not as important than themselves, or simply that they must be aggressive to be heard.
Someone who communicates assertively shows that they value themselves and other’s opinions, needs, and boundaries. This especially constructive way of interacting with others may be necessary to acquire in order to live healthfully and happily.
Those in recovery must practice healthy boundaries in order to maintain a healthy and balanced way of life. Here at A Better Today, we work hard with our clients to help everyone gain healthy communication techniques and elevate self-esteem.