Monthly Archives: March 2014

Accepting the Unacceptable

Why is that that most people, that I ask, seem to think that anger is acceptable? But when I ask them if domestic violence is acceptable I have not found one taker. Yet domestic violence is only the symptom or … Continue reading

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Anger Included

If you ‘accept a person for who they are’ (their anger included), then you’ll expect them to accept you and your anger also. And, to me, you’ll both receive what you ultimately accept, your anger included.

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Crashing Our System

What about this? We can’t fix or resolve a disagreement (resulting in a dispute) any more than we can’t fix or resolve a plane crash and the 300 people that were killed in the crash. We can’t resolve or rectify … Continue reading

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What is the Test of a First Rate Intelligence?

Imagine that two people agreed that their anger was understandable but not acceptable. That is, they could appreciate the other’s anger and their own but not find them acceptable? That could be stage one to the start of  “the test … Continue reading

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Identificationships

What is an Identificationship? A lot of people spend part of their lives complaining about being deceived or lied to, abused or judged. But what if you had a relationship/friendship/partnership where you both have agreed to be responsible for what you … Continue reading

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How to Identify Your Mate

“I can relate with that” can just as easily be substituted with “I can identify with that”. But what does “relate” mean? What does it mean when she says we need to relate more. Relate what, in this case? “Relate” in … Continue reading

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Anger & Being House Trained

Being angry is like shitting in one’s pants……understandable but not acceptable. Most of us, unfortunately, are not house trained.

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