Friday, November 11, 2005

Being a wimp often works fairly well in the short run because you don’t risk upsetting anyone. You just let others have their way.

However, in the long run, your anger and disappointment get buried deep inside you. As you try to stuff more and more anger inside your emotional gas tank, the tank eventually overflows resulting in irritation, outbursts of rage and passive aggressive behavior. You get angry at the wrong people, people who don’t deserve your wrath. These repressed emotions also lead to physical symptoms such as headaches, stomachaches, high blood pressure, stroke, and heart attacks.

Wimpiness is BAD for you and destructive to your health and happiness. If you want a life of meaning and happiness, you must learn to be appropriately assertive!

Learn how in this entertaining and informative Guide To Self show from October of 2005. Hosted by Dr. John Schinnerer.


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