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People "get their way" with others by making them pay attention to them, and then elicit a certain reaction from them to make themselves feel fulfilled. The positive feelings gained are won at the expense of the other person. This often causes imbalance and drama in our interpersonal relationships. Learn about common control drama patterns and how to negate them. Dr. Janati teaches about understanding and responding to attempts made to gain influence at our expense. Awareness of these dramas can lead to understanding and forgiveness, as awareness alone often equals change. Balance out your difficult interactions and find your "conversation peace."
Jody Janati has an Ed.D. Degree in Organizational Leadership and a M.A. degree in Speech Communication. She currently teaches in the Communication Studies Department at the University of Minnesota. Her primary interest area pertains to interpersonal conflict resolution strategies.
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