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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.} ========================================================== %CENTRAL KEY CHARACTERISTIC DYSFUNCTIONAL RELATION+020218 %DOMINEERING SPECIAL INTERESTS TRULY KNOWING SELF+020218 %OTHERS COLLUSIONS PARTICIPANTS APPEARANCES DEVILS+020218 %GOODS HONESTY OPENNESS INTEGRITY SACRIFICED SINNER+020218 %LOVERS WORKS CIVILIZATIONS FAMILIES CHURCHES HOPES 020218 One of the central characteristics of dysfunctional relationships is that domineering participants in the relationships -- are not truly interested in knowing how others who are participants in the relationships -- experience the relationships privately; e.g., in feeling, thinking, attitudes, fears, hopes, and aspirations. Domineering participants in dysfunctional relations seek to control how participants & bystanders "see" the relationships, other participants, and other by-standers. Appearances are paramount & must be controlled. Authenticity, honesty, and openness must be sacrificed to achieve good appearances. "Evil people" are those who stand in the way of achieving "good" appearances as defined by the "good" domineering managers of relations. Definitions of "good/evil" are confused in efforts to achieve control over relationships. Domineering peoples' know- ledge of who is good and who is evil leads to tragic consequences. Domineering people usually distrust: 1. Open and honest people who expose dominations. 2. Authentic people who do not respect domination. 3. Secure people who are safely vulnerable together. 4. Cooperative people who are not conformists. 5. Creative people who envision/dream in new ways. 6. Lovers who move by the guidance of Holy Spirit. 7. Lovers who share their visions and dreams openly. 8. Spirit-filled people who are not dominated bylaw. 9. Powerful people who do not conform to domination. 10. Civil people who cooperate with "different" ones. Be aware of and beware of domineering people. They lack integrity and undermine integrity. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================