Rule #4 for Direct Verbal Expression of Anger

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How can I express I want certain behaviors to change?

Rule #4 for Direct Verbal Expression of Anger

Information for this tip came from the New York-Presbyterian Hospital: Rule #4 states "Tell the other person why. Say exactly how their change in behavior will help you. Say exactly how their change in behavior will be good for them. Say how bad things will be if their behavior doesn't change. Don't be ashamed to say why you want the change. Don't threaten. Don't bully. Don't be ashamed to say how important their behavior is to you."

   

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