Amanda Haworth

Amanda is an introvert who's experienced too many awkward moments (of her own making) to count. Amanda has a cat, a coffee obsession, and more books than one person should reasonably own. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Learning from the University of Memphis in Memphis, TN, where she did extensive study of lifespan psychology. Amanda wrote for Military.com's SpouseBuzz blog before joining Social Pro.

Amanda is an introvert who's experienced too many awkward moments (of her own making) to count. Amanda has a cat, a coffee obsession, and more books than one person should reasonably own. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Learning from the University of Memphis in Memphis, TN, where she did extensive study of lifespan psychology. Amanda wrote for Military.com's SpouseBuzz blog before joining Social Pro.

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  1. Jean

    I never have trouble being “assertive”, if assertiveness means stating opinions or agreeing or disagreeing. I’ve never been a “people pleaser.” However, I think I’m pretty asocial by nature and therefore have to learn to mingle with others. That’s the only reason I wouldn’t be “assertive.”

    • Amanda Haworth

      Hey Jean! That’s great that you don’t have trouble with assertively stating your opinions and agreeing with people. Assertiveness can sometimes get in the way of successfully socializing with people though, so you’re right- it’s good to be careful. Thanks for reading!