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Od chapter about dealing with alcoholics but Berne s ideas and I do mean ideas about women and homosexuals are disgusting and sexist This book was published in the 1960s and it shows 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 Nowadays we use research not ideas In this book Berne argues that a lot of the behaviour you see around
you very day can best be understood as different kinds of every day can best be understood as different kinds of A game is a pattern of behaviour usually involving two or perhaps three people There is a series of interactions followed by an motional payoffOne of the things I found most interesting is that the classification has two dimensions First there s the game itself Second there s the uestion of how seriously you re playing he divides this into First Degree Second Degree and Third Degree First Degree is just playing for fun Second Degree means people s feelings can be badly hurt Third Degree means that the game nds up in the courts the hospital or the morgueSo let me give you an xample There s this game he calls RAPO one of the most appealing aspects of the book is the witty labels he s calls RAPO one of the most appealing aspects of the book is the witty labels he s up for the different games First Degree RAPO is a game "you can see being played at almost any party The first person most often a woman flirts with the second "can see being played at almost any party The first person most often a woman flirts with the second most often a man until he xpresses some concrete sexual interest Then she frowns and moves on leaving him feeling like a bit of a jerk Her payoff is satisfaction that she s managed to discomfit him and reassurance that she has sexual power but it s basically harmlessIn Second Degree RAPO the first party leads the second party on until again he s made some kind of advances Then she gets openly indignant Maybe she tells him loudly to keep his hands off her or she phones her friends and says that he s such a lecherous creep Second Degree RAPO is a pretty nasty game because it is of course impossible for third parties to know whether the accusations are true or not Maybe the guy is just a lecherous creepIn Third Degree RAPO the first party may get as far as having consensual sex with the second party She then calls the police and formally accuses him of rape Third Degree RAPO is. Es to modern psychotherapy Discover how many of these secret games you play veryday of your life Iwfy If it weren't for you; Sweetheart; Threadbare; Harried; Alcoholic and many. Unconvincing pseudoscientific psychobabble smart Falls into the category of books that give you the secret reason for why things happen the way they do This book is a fascinating psychological journey into the minds of veryday people including and probably ESPECIALLY your own Berne s list of psychological games we all play with ach other is fascinating as is ESPECIALLY your own Berne s list of psychological games we all play with ach other is fascinating as is you learn about yourself by analyzing which games you tend to revisit regularlyOne little warning When you learn to recognize these games you will be forced to liminate at least 95% of the BS in your life and freuently find these games you will be forced to liminate at least 95% of the BS in your life and freuently find disgusted by 100% of the BS in Marrying Marcus (Virgin Brides, everyonelse s That being said if you re on a uest for honest communication this book is indispensable I found the general concept an interesting metaphor rather than a scientifically proven social reality However I struggled to finish the book It felt like a series of scribbled notes thrown together a set of index cards with brief information on games I needed further Belonging (Temptation, explanation and an attempt tongage me rather than having a series of ideas thrown before me This was apparently a very big thing when it was published in the 70s and I can see why It s a very interesting way of viewing the world Unfortunately like many psychology theories it takes what is a clever conceit that If Im Found (If I Run explains some odd aspects of human interaction and then tries to apply it toverything reg I m glad I read it but it wasn t ultimately CaddyGirls everything that I wanted it to be The theory at the beginning was absolutely fascinating andven though the books itself is from the 1960 s it has significant value for being the start of the field of transactional psychology However the description of the games themselves was where I found the book lacking Mostly this is where I also felt the impact of the book being so dated Some of his descriptions of games were based on stereotypical gender behavior of that time but would not be accurate now nor would his analysis However I think that a lot could still be learned ven from those games if he had gone into further analysis but he didn t He names the game goes through a brief write up but doesn t really delve in What I wanted was to get the description of the g Games People Play has a go. The basic handbook of transactional analysisDr Eric Berne as the originator of transactional analysis has attained recognition for developing one of the most innovative approach. .
Fortunately not that common It s clear that it can asily destroy people s livesI thought it was insightful to point out that all it can Philosophy of Religion easily destroy people s livesI thought it was insightful to point out that all these aressentially the same thing the difference is uantitative not ualitative I don t buy his analysis completely But if he doesn t succeed in alerting you to a least a couple of games you re playing without realising it then I really No Respect envy your ability to understand yourself and the things that motivate you Games People play the psychology of human relationships 1966 Eric Berne Esmail Fassih translatorGames People Play The Psychology of Human Relationships is a bestselling 1964 book by psychiatrist Eric Berne In the first half of the book Berne introduces transactional analysis as a way of interpreting social interactions He describes three roles orgo 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 He discusses procedures rituals and pastimes in social behavior in light of this method of analysis For The Spirituality Revolution example a boss who talks to his staff as a controlling parent will oftenngender self abased obedience tantrums or other childlike responses from his Comptia Cysa+ Cybersecurity Analyst Certification Bundle (Exam Cs0-001) employees The second half of the book catalogs a series of mind games in which people interact through a patterned and predictable series of transactions which are superficially plausible that is they may appear normal to bystanders orven to the people involved but which actually conceal motivations include private significance to the parties involved and lead to a well defined predictable outcome usually counterproductive The book uses casual often humorous phrases such as See What You Made Me Do Why Don t You Yes But and Ain t It Awful as a way of briefly describing Economies and Cultures each game In reality the winner of a mind game is the person that returns to the Adultgo state "First 2002 1366 242 "2002 1366 242 9789647390736 20 i m currently reading the 1960 something dition of this book although there is a 1996 dition it really doesn t matter i feel like i ve found the holy grail i know y all s games bitches that means ima gonna win fuck yea Sadies Surrender (Oyster Harbor, eat my metaphoric insinuating uadruplentendre shortsno really i m learning some heavy shit about human relationships. A groundbreaking book that bores deep into the heart of all our relationships GAMES PEOPLE PLAY is a classic that should be read again and again From the Trade Paperback ditio.