#lecture #audio No means No: A Message Regarding Coercion - Coercion knows many forms. It isn't just about holding a gun to someone's head. You can coerce through emotional manipulation, "logical" manipulation, and simply being unable to let go of a matter or thing.
- Knowing healthy boundaries; A person does not need to explain the nitty gritty of their decisions, especially men who cannot accept "no" from a woman or friends who try to utilize nepotism to bypass rules and boundaries.
- While belief in blind authority is illogical, authority is natural in nature; Issues with authority/trying to forcefully and coercively override rightful authority.
- You do not have to agree nor respect someone else's decisions, but you should respect their boundaries and limitations. Such is a natural respect for human being to human being.
- Everyone isn't conformed to your "logic" nor is anyone obligated to do so. Communication is a two-way street, most people communicate what they want to hear. They often refuse to listen to the other side.