|It is selfish to put your needs before others' needs.
|You have a right to put yourself first sometime.
|It is shameful to make mistakes. You should have an appropriate response for every
|You have a right to make mistakes.
|If you can't convince others that your feelings are reasonable, then the feelings
must be wrong, or maybe you are going crazy.
|You have a right to be the final judge of your feelings and accept them as legitimate.
|You should respect the views of others, especially if they are in a position of authority.
Keep your differences of opinion to yourself. Listen and learn.
|You have a right to have your own opinions and convictions.
|You should always try to be logical and consistent.
|You have a right to change your mind or decide on a different course of action.
|You should be flexible and adjust. Others have good reasons for their actions and
it's not polite to question them.
|You have a right to protest unfair treatment or criticism.
|You should never interrupt people. Asking questions reveals your stupidity to others.
|You have a right to interrupt in order to ask for clarification.
|Things could get even worse, don't rock the boat.
|You have a right to negotiate for change.
|You shouldn't take up others' valuable time with your problems.
|You a have a right to ask for help or emotional support.
|People don't want to hear that you feel bad, so keep it to yourself.
|You have a right to feel and express pain.
|When someone takes the time to give you advice, you should take it very seriously.
They are often right.
|You have a right to ignore the advice of others.
|Knowing that you did something well is its own reward. People don't like show-offs.
Successful people are secretly disliked and envied. Be modest when complimented.
|You have a right to receive formal recognition for you work and achievements.
|You should always try and accommodate others. If you don't, they won't be there when
you need them.
|You have a right to say no.
|Don't be antisocial. People will think you don't like them if you say you'd rather
be alone than spend time with them.
|You have a right to be alone, even if others would prefer to spend time with you.
|You should always have a good reason for what you feel and do.
|You have a right not to justify yourself to others.
|When someone is in trouble, you should help them.
|You have a right not to take responsibility for someone else's problem.
|You should be sensitive to the needs and wishes of others, even when they are unable
to tell you what they want.
|You have a right not to have to anticipate others' needs and wishes.
|It's always a good policy to stay on people's good side.
|You have a right not to always worry about the goodwill of others.
|It's not nice to put other people off. If questioned, give an answer.
|You have a right to choose not to respond to a situation.