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Thursday, July 17, 2014

YOU SULK, I COAX (तुम रूठा करो , मैं मनाया करूँ)


YOU SULK, I COAX

This deceptive psychological game is played in the most household. One player gets annoyed at a trivial matter, and he starts sulking. Another player persuades him to spit the anger. In the hardened form, sometimes the Coaxer has to shed priceless tears also. After the sulker stops sulking, the coaxer gets a great psychological satisfaction and pats his back for his excellent coaxing skills.
However sadly, after sometimes the coaxer again creates the undesirable situation that made his partner upset and the game restarts.

The great psychiatrist and transactional analyst Dr. Eric Berne wrote a bestselling book named "Games People Play" in 1964. He narrated many psychological games in his bestselling book. "Look how hard I've tried." Now I have got you, you son of a bitch" "Why don't you, yes but" are the name of some games narrated by Dr. Eric Berne.
Almost all these psychological games are repetitive in nature, waste of time as well as harmful. The players play them unknowingly till their death. The mover collects fake mental pleasure, and the victim gets despair.

"Rapo" is also a very common dangerous game described by Dr. Berne. This game often results in severe depression. Many times this game leads into criminal case trials, and sometimes it results even into homicide. The interested readers may visit http://www.ericberne.com/games-people-play/rapo/ for more details. I recommend that everybody  should read and understand "Rapo."
 Dr. Berne also narrated some constructive games such as "They'll be glad, they knew me," "Homely sage" etc.,
Dr. Berne also suggested ways of getting rid of games and leading a meaning life.

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