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Transactional Analysis <br />Games People Play<br />
Ego States<br />Ego States in Man<br />Parental<br />Adult<br />Child<br />“Do as I say!”<br />“I’ll be frank with you..”<...
Strokes – the result of hunger<br />Structure Hunger<br />Stimulus Hunger<br />Position <br />Hunger<br />People ‘hunger’ ...
Strokes<br />“Warm fuzzies”<br />“Cold pricklies”<br />Positive<br />Negative<br />Recognition | Attention | Responsivenes...
Theories governing behaviour<br />Gene theory – I am made that way<br />Make me feel theory – You make me feel<br />You-ow...
Types of Strokes<br />Conditional<br />Positive – “You’ve made a fantastic presentation!”<br />Negative – “That was the wo...
Listen carefully to positive strokes from others.</li></ul>Everyone occupies a preferred basic life position (BLP).<br />
The Power of Scripts<br />“I won&apos;t amount to anything and I deserved to be locked up in a prison”<br />
Life Scripts – Traps <br />Abandonment <br />“I get desperate when someone I love moves away”<br />Mistrust<br />“I’m angr...
Life Scripts – Traps <br />Vulnerability<br />“Something bad is about to happen”<br />Defectiveness<br />“I’m inherently f...
How Scripts Shape Life<br />
How Scripts Shape Life<br />
‘Scripting’ your own life<br />Armstrong<br />Alfred Nobel<br />Eminem<br />Harbhajan<br />Helen Keller<br />
Games People Play<br />Greeting<br />“Hello, how are you?”<br />“I’m good, what about you?”<br />Camouflage<br />Indirect ...
Games People Play<br />Switch – reversal in roles/positions<br />The victim-persecutor role reversal<br />Cross – disorien...
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    1. 1. Transactional Analysis <br />Games People Play<br />
    2. 2. Ego States<br />Ego States in Man<br />Parental<br />Adult<br />Child<br />“Do as I say!”<br />“I’ll be frank with you..”<br />“What shall I do?”<br />
    3. 3. Strokes – the result of hunger<br />Structure Hunger<br />Stimulus Hunger<br />Position <br />Hunger<br />People ‘hunger’ for recognition<br />
    4. 4. Strokes<br />“Warm fuzzies”<br />“Cold pricklies”<br />Positive<br />Negative<br />Recognition | Attention | Responsiveness<br />
    5. 5. Theories governing behaviour<br />Gene theory – I am made that way<br />Make me feel theory – You make me feel<br />You-owe me theory – If only you change<br />Subconscious theory – Suddenly you got hold of me and I could do nothing.<br />The fate theory – It was willed by Him<br />
    6. 6. Types of Strokes<br />Conditional<br />Positive – “You’ve made a fantastic presentation!”<br />Negative – “That was the worst report I ever read.”<br />Unconditional<br />Positive – “You’re a nice guy!”<br />Negative – “I’ve never seen anyone as arrogant as you.”<br /><ul><li>Seek out ways to give more unconditional positive responses.
    7. 7. Listen carefully to positive strokes from others.</li></ul>Everyone occupies a preferred basic life position (BLP).<br />
    8. 8. The Power of Scripts<br />“I won&apos;t amount to anything and I deserved to be locked up in a prison”<br />
    9. 9. Life Scripts – Traps <br />Abandonment <br />“I get desperate when someone I love moves away”<br />Mistrust<br />“I’m angry about what people have done to me”<br />Emotional deprivation<br />“I feel disconnected, even from people closest to me” <br />Dependence<br />“I find everyday life overwhelming”<br />
    10. 10. Life Scripts – Traps <br />Vulnerability<br />“Something bad is about to happen”<br />Defectiveness<br />“I’m inherently flawed”<br />Subjugation<br />“If I don’t give in to others, they will reject me”<br />Failure<br />“I don’t have any special talents”<br />
    11. 11. How Scripts Shape Life<br />
    12. 12. How Scripts Shape Life<br />
    13. 13. ‘Scripting’ your own life<br />Armstrong<br />Alfred Nobel<br />Eminem<br />Harbhajan<br />Helen Keller<br />
    14. 14. Games People Play<br />Greeting<br />“Hello, how are you?”<br />“I’m good, what about you?”<br />Camouflage<br />Indirect hints – barely perceptible <br />“Wow, Bill lost 20 pounds. He looks great!”<br />Corner<br />Damned if you do, damned if you don’t<br />Meeting<br />“Oh, so pleased to meet you!”<br />Wooden Leg <br />Eliciting sympathy – using excuses<br />“How can I be patient with kids? I am short-tempered!!”<br />
    15. 15. Games People Play<br />Switch – reversal in roles/positions<br />The victim-persecutor role reversal<br />Cross – disorientation between the two when switch happens<br />Payoff – person getting justification for inaction and attention<br />
    16. 16. One life – that’s all we have. What do you want to do with yours?<br />
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