Relationship Owns the Problem, our Parent on Purpose is to resolve
problems, teach conflict resolution skills by modeling them, and to heal
broken relationships. All of these skills develop the bond in
relationships. Relationships are the most important thing we have
in life. If you take away relationships, we have little left in
life that is of value. So to nurture relationships is to nurture
our own life. The more effective we are in relationships, the more
we have good relationships, the more meaning we will have in live and
the better we will feel about ourselves.
be the most challenging skill development category. That's because
it requires us to function in a position of leadership, but also
equality. To effectively heal relationship problems, we have to
involve the other person as equal in importance and influence.
This can feel uncomfortable, when we are used to being in a position of
authority. We can hide from accountability behind our authority.
These skill require us to be accountable, and that can be difficult.
Learning and doing these skills can also be the most rewarding, because
they develop intimacy. Intimacy is one of the deepest human needs
we have. Meeting it is therefore, very rewarding.
three primary skills for when the Relationship owns the problem. For
a detailed explanation, click on the button of the one you want to
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