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Posted December 29, 2013
Good Premise, Mediocre Implementation
I like the author's main principles. His Assertive Bill of Rights is a list of a person's rights in social interactions. His main premise is that we all ultimately must judge our own actions and should not make decisions out of guilt or anxiety (In other words, do not allow yourself to be manipulated). This was a quick read and it was easy to understand.
However, I have to say that his suggested methods seem somewhat robotic and sometimes not very genuine. The book includes plenty of examples of assertive dialogue. These are useful in exemplifying the author's concepts to readers, but reading similar exchanges gets very repetitive.
In my opinion, No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover is better if you're a male reader.
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Posted May 21, 2011
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