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Mut - Redmoon

Mut ist nicht das Fehlen von Angst, sondern die Beurteilung, dass ein Anderes wichtiger ist als die Angst.

Ambrose Redmoon

Self-Coaching, Transaction Analysis

Life Script Analysis, Winning vs Losing II

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•    Start drinking alcohol as a teenager. Have a series of dead end jobs, frequently getting fired for bad attitude, poor attendance or drunkenness. Experience a string of failed relationships. Die young from drunk driving or middle-aged from alcoholism’s physical effects.

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Self-Coaching and Self-Analysis III

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Don't put them in a position where they would need strength in an area where they are weak; ou are only setting them up for failure. if you need somebody in a position which would expose weaknesse, make him part of a team, where peoples strengths would complement each other.

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Child - Ego and Conscious Phantasy I

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As any parent knows, fantasy plays an important part in a child’s life. Childhood games are active playing-out of fantasies. Fantasy plays an important part in creativity. Being creative depends on your ability to imagine something different. This is an attribute of the Natural Child ego which is possibly the one most pervasive and important thruout life..

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Inner Search I

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Time is very important to human beings. We have need to structure time: to fill our time in different ways. One of the worst ways to treat anybody is to deprive them of all sensory input and to leave them with no way of filling the time available to them. Even withdrawal which might seem to be a period where we do nothing is deceptive in this regard, Rather than doing nothing we are actually engaged in a process of introspection.

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Activating the Child - Ego III

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A legitimate bout with illness such as a heart attack or stroke rightfully requires care by family members or medical professionals. Yet there is a risk that caregivers then continue their view of the patient as “not OK” despite their recovery. A mother who survived a broken hip may find her children refusing to let her do anything in the house, where assistants and maids now intrude in her space.

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