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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %UNDERSTAND ANALYSIS RELATIONSHIPS ELEMENTS ASPECTS+960517 %TRANSACTION OK SELF OTHERS GAMES PEOPLE PLAY EVIL+960517 %SIN GOOD GOD RELIGION SALVATION EXCOMMUNICATION+960517 %ASSUME DESIRE ATTITUDE HOPE DESIRE FEAR EXPECT SEX 960517 In our search for understanding, manipulation and control we often analyze objects, living creatures and plants. Not so often do we search for personal and communal integrity through an understanding of the various aspects of and elements within our personal relationships. Rarely do we seek to even recognize the web of aspects which make up our personal relationships---and what we might do to improve our personal relationships in the direction of increased enjoyment of personal and communal integrity. The following phrases at least hint at the richness of the multitude of aspects which there are in healthy and unhealthy personal relationships. In each instance we need to consider both what is present and what might properly be present, but is absent. The latter is harder to consider in any helpful way for a variety of reasons. 1. Assumptions about & attitudes towards each other. 2. Desires, hopes & fears pertaining to each other. 3. Expectations pertaining to each other. 5. What we have done and/or plan to do together. 6. How we regard each of the above. 7. How others regard each of the above about us. 8. Others' assumptions & attitudes regarding us. 9. Others' desires, hopes & fears regarding us. 10. Other's expectations pertaining to them/us. 11. What we have done and/or plan to do with others. 12. How others regard each of the above about all of us. Each of the above pertain to us as individuals, in pairs, in small groups, in larger groups, and in communities. "Us" means different things in each instance. "Others" means different things in each instance. The above is just a beginning. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================