Published on February 26, 2014
RELATIONSHIP INSIGHT: Are You Conniving in Your Relating? Partners love telling each other what to do, how to behave, how to be, what to think, how to feel, and even things like what to eat and how to dress!
Owning each other disempowers both partners. The partners can’t be themselves... They have no control over what their partner does rendering them unable to create change if all the change is to come from their partner... In minding the other’s business they neglect to mind their own…
Partners love focusing on their partner and how much they stink, how they lack in some way. How they don’t do things, do things wrong, do the wrong things, and other goodies. The focus is negative. They don’t acknowledge, accept or cherish their partner. They don’t allow their partner to be themselves regardless of their warts.
Partners don’t own how they are inviting the behavior or attitudes that don’t meet their needs, what they are contributing to their situation, and how they are not being the ideal partner… This lack of boundary, ownership and accountability is detrimental to our relationship, our selfhood and our life!
Read the complete article: http://www.metrorelationship.com/SuccessfulCouples/2014/02/areyou-conniving-in-your-relating/ In conniving with each other we exist, collaborate, and create. We can create the relationship and life we want. We can contribute a better us to the world, we can create a better world… Happy Conniving! Copyright (c) 2014 Emma K. Viglucci. All rights reserved.
Emma K. Viglucci is the Founder and Director of Metropolitan Marriage & Family Therapy, PLLC, a private practice that specializes in working with couples, is the creator of the MetroRelationship™ philosophy and a variety of Successful Couples ™ programs and products that assist couples succeed at their relationship and life. To get your downloadable relationship enrichment insights and receive her weekly successful couples articles, nurturing nuggets (sm) and other resources visit: www.metrorelationship.com.
Emma K. Viglucci is the Founder and Director of Metropolitan Marriage & Family Therapy, PLLC, a private practice that specializes in working with couples ...
Thank you, for your suggestions. I can relate to “owning” your partner. I realize more and more that I don’t know how to be in a relationship.
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