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