Category Archives: Virginia Satir

The Gas Light Effect

I’m reprinting a blog post I wrote years ago on another one of my blogs, in 2009 (with updates in brackets and at the end).  Periodically I like to re-post blog posts with updates…to remind me where I was and … Continue reading

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Essentials of Congruent Living

Essentials of Congruent Living To communicate clearly To cooperate rather than compete To empower rather than subjugate To enhance individual uniqueness rather than categorize To use authority to guide and accomplish To love, value and respect ourselves and each other. … Continue reading

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