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Mass Market Paperbackpages. I guess the introspective takeaway from Berne’s book is that when people don’t want to be emotionally vulnerable or truly intimate they fall into playing roles, this mask is convenient, lazy and predictable.
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There is a series of interactions, followed by an emotional payoff. Eric Berne explains that the highest kind of relationship is “Love”, and, of course, he explains how it is We play games all the time: Open Preview See a Problem?
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The attempt to extrapolate the theory to apply to all behavior oversimplifies things. Nov 26, flannery rated it did not like it.
Mar 03, Danni Green rated it liked it. Games People Play has a good chapter about dealing with alcoholics, jahszmak Berne’s ideas and I do mean ideas about women and homosexuals are disgusting and sexist. Only once does he provide an example of an antithesis.
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Aug 27, Jay Green rated it did not like it. Second, there’s the question of how seriously you’re playing: Primal images and Primal Judgements.
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This book shows you the “Games” which are behind the human’s relationships, it believes that a great number of human’s relations are a kind of “Game” indeed. But if he doesn’t succeed in alerting you to a least a couple of games you’re playing without realising it, jatszmk I really envy your ability to understand yourself and the things that motivate you.
Ennek is te vagy az oka! Open Preview See a Problem? View all 6 comments. A “Rossz helyen kopogtatsz! The basic idea behind this book — that human interactions often follow patterns, and hatszmak of these patterns can be described in jagszmak manner of games and understood better if analyzed as such — is fundamentally sound, jjatszmak a really useful paradigm.
In the first half of the book, Berne introduces transactional analysis as a way of interpreting social interactions. Biraz etrafa ve kendimize bakacak olursak, hayatimizin her aninda, her yerde, her duygu durumda tekrar tekrar psikolojik etkilesim rituellerini oynadigimizi aslinda fark edebiliyoruz.
Nevertheless, I found the book to be all kinds of enlightening and tremendously useful. Scary to think modern psychologists might actually use it as a text or that college students would have to listen to Berne’s ugly ideas about women and gays.
May 05, J. Please fill this form, we will try to respond as soon as possible. I’ve read this book two times, this is the third book written by Prof.
Sort of like embeti I find an attitude of “we’re past that”, but then i see all the problems people have with successful relationships, and a lack of intereste in looking at how to solve the issues that keep coming up.
As to the ideas itself, while I find the idea of trying to find a simple model that describes human interactions to be a laudable goal, and the TA system tries to do that, when it comes to egic why, and to the interpretation part, reflected in the examples and i Not accessible. He describes three roles or ego states, known as the Parent, the Adult, and the Child, and postulates that many negative behaviors can be traced to switching or confusion of these roles.
Mar 18, Meg rated it really liked matszmak. This book was published in the s and it shows.
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On a psychological-interactive playfield Berne’s book is invaluable, it really equips us to call people out on their pattern of behaviour or at least learn how to handle a variety of people if one so wishes to play along.
I don’t know if this is a reliable textbook for day to day human interaction. Apr 10, Ali brrne it it was amazing Recommends it for: Especially in the cases described.
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