Three Separations of Problems

Q: How do I deal with this person?
Separate the person from their behaviour

Q: How do I deal with this behaviour?
Separate their behaviour from the problem

Q: How do I deal with this problem?
Separate OUR behaviour from the recurring of problem

Q: How do I deal with the recurring problem?
Get an agreement with this person.

 

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2 Responses to Three Separations of Problems

  1. and if I am the one I have the problem with – then I guess I need to get the agreement with myself!

    i.e. i have a problem with my own behaviour….but i try not beat up on myself by separating my problem from my behaviour.

    • or what about this?

      My problem is people that try to convert me
      My problem is the behaviour of people that try to convert me
      My problem is not wanting to be converted by others
      My problem is not wanting my problem to be converted by others
      My problem is not wanting to convert people that try to convert me
      My problem is not wanting to convert their behaviour
      My problem is not getting an agreement before my problem starts
      My problem is connected to their problem
      Rethink Perfect is the agreement proposal to prevent my poblem

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