‘This long-awaited collection of new perspectives on Communication Accommodation Theory (CAT), edited by Howard Giles, whose name is synonymous with CAT, is most welcome.

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But if you're assertive, you'll be able to express your desires while respecting the needs of others, and you'll have a better chance of getting what you want and deserve. I always put others before myself and find myself allowing her to walk all over me, realizing that I am a little passive.

Introduction Communication accommodation is a communication theory which emphasis the adjustments that people does while communicating.

Understanding the Difference between Assertiveness, Aggression, and Passiveness Gaining Insight into Your Emotions Learning to Communicate Effectively Learning to Manage Stress Making Decisions Effectively Setting Healthy Boundaries Projecting Confidence Seeking Additional Help Community Q&A Being assertive falls right in the middle of being passive and being aggressive.