Hassled Girl? by Dorothy Kavanaugh

By Dorothy Kavanaugh

Is a bully harassing you in class? Do you are feeling like your mom and dad simply do not comprehend you? Are you scuffling with with a chum or sibling? Mismanaged clash may end up in broken relationships, distrust, and hostility. you cannot switch the way you believe whilst a person says or does whatever you disagree with, yet you could regulate the way you react. utilizing real-life examples and quotations, HASSLED lady? discusses the factors and results of clash and offers research-based info on tips on how to unravel it. Take a quiz to find your communique sort, and take the 1st steps to enhance the way you take care of clash so that you can start to mend your relationships.

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Your boyfriend tells you Saturday afternoon that he wants to go out that night. You were looking forward to celebrating your girlfriend’s birthday that night with a movie. You say: A. “Okay. ” B. “What were you thinking? ” C. ” Two girls seem to be intentionally bumping into you in the hallway at school. The last time, you cracked your elbow on the wall and it really hurt. You say: A. “Oh, I’m so sorry. ” B. ” C. “Please watch where you’re going. ” If your answers were mostly As, your style is passive.

This weighing process is totally normal. It, along with your natural drive toward independence, helps you develop self-identity. However, your search for values, testing of opinions, and testing of boundaries can also contribute to a lot of conflict—both within you and within your family. There are also biological reasons why emotions are powerful during the teen years. One reason is that the brain is undergoing great change. For a long time, scientists have known that the brain’s basic structure is shaped during the first few years of an infant’s life.

That’s normal, and it’s okay. Don’t beat yourself up about it, but don’t forget how bad you felt. Get a little angry, and allow that emotion to give you courage to stand up for yourself the next time. In the long run, learning how to be assertive will help you feel good about yourself. Many teens try to hide their anxieties and insecurities behind a mask of self-confidence. While it’s good to express confidence in yourself, it’s also okay to admit when you’re feeling scared, angry, happy, or ashamed.

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