How to Be More Aggressive?


Aggression can be viewed as being negative, and should not be encouraged especially when dealing with others on a day to day basis. However, if you have to defend yourself from being bullied or attacked, then aggression will come in handy as well as being bold and energetic, as in a sport or game. You can become more aggressive by learning to fight back, respond to threats, being vocal and practicing good attacking and defensive skills so as to avoid injury. In addition, being mentally prepared is a big plus.
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How to Be More Aggressive
Although mild assertiveness is all that's necessary in most situations, at times you need to be more aggressive. You may find yourself in a situation with a bully that wants to push you around. If you're not aggressive, you'll likely get bullied... More »
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