Drama Triangle–The model describes three unconscious and habitual behavioral habits as “roles” which people often play in relationships.
Monthly Archives: October 2014
The Empowerment Triangle: There are three healthy alternatives to playing victim, persecutor or rescuer from the Drama Triangle. They are the creator, the challenger and the coach.
The Oxford dictionary defines enough as an adjective meaning adequate for the want or need; sufficient for the purpose or to satisfy desire. Most often the word enough is used in the context of challenging our cultural greed for endless consuming. This craving for material wealth has created a generation of youth, many who walk and […]
It is best to reserve “I feel proud of you” for situations when one person has invested significant amounts of time, energy and expertise into the success of another.
A Pace of Grace (ISBN 0-452-28543-7) by Linda Kavelin Popov Overview: Fifty years after surviving Bulbar Polio at the age of 11, Linda Kavelin Popov was diagnosed with Post-Polio Sequelae, an oppressive fatigue that left her bed-ridden, even robbing her of her breath. At times, she was literally brought to her knees sobbing and asking God […]