Reducing Relational Conflict (PowerPoint Presentation)

Reducing Relational Conflict

Relational Imbalance 

As the addiction grows, some relationships become out of balance, where one partner becomes dominant and over-protective.

At first glance this might be perceived as a positive quality. However, it can come across to your partner as being possessive, overly helpful, shielding and stifling of independence.

Rather than being a relationship of equals, one partner becomes dominant and parental over the other one. To correct this, begin to foster independence in your partner.

Pull back on controlling and demanding behaviors. Allow your partner to try new things on their own, even if it means struggling with uncertainty, doubt and potential failure.

Communicate encouragement and unconditional positive affirmations.

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Reducing Relational Conflict

Relational Imbalance 

As the addiction grows, some relationships become out of balance, where one partner becomes dominant and over-protective.

At first glance this might be perceived as a positive quality. However, it can come across to your partner as being possessive, overly helpful, shielding and stifling of independence.

Rather than being a relationship of equals, one partner becomes dominant and parental over the other one. To correct this, begin to foster independence in your partner.

Pull back on controlling and demanding behaviors. Allow your partner to try new things on their own, even if it means struggling with uncertainty, doubt and potential failure.

Communicate encouragement and unconditional positive affirmations.