Human beings have one amazing power, but one power only — the power of choice.
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Our conceptualizations of the situations we find ourselves in can not only place us at a disadvantage, but can literally do us harm.
There’s no need to “red flag” action that you’re willing to take if the disturbed character won’t change. Don’t threaten, just take action.
In the course of human relations, we frequently make agreements with one another. Because disturbed characters are not reliable, trustworthy, or prone to play fairly, making any kind of agreements with them can be a risky business indeed.
If you find yourself “drained” in a relationship, chances are you’re doing way too much to make things work and not keeping the weight of responsibility where it belongs.
Ultimately, people have power only over one thing: the execution of their free will.
A person always loses power when they fail to set and enforce reasonable limits.