Apr 27, 2018
Our tone will follow our perspective. So developing a nurturing voice means developing a perspective for those who are around us and a greater awareness of ourselves.
Ask yourself: "Why am I seeing this or why am I hearing this?" You don't have to agree what's happening with that person, but you need to ask that question why.
It's hard to have a nurturing voice when we don't see ourselves or other people as "okay".
There are three main viewpoints:
Passive- A passive viewpoint is where you think the other person is okay but you're not. Passive is not nurturing.
Aggressive- You're okay, but the other person is not. Aggressive is not nurturing.
Assertiveness- This is based on the idea that you're okay to act and feel the way you do and the other person is okay to feel the way they do. This is where you want to be. This will develop a nurturing voice.
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