John-Roger goes over 12 negative states of being in a relationship, be it with ourselves, significant others, or strangers. With each one usually described in action verbs, J-R also describes what the opposite, positive state can look like, along with plenty of examples in between.
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12 Negative Relationship states discussed
Competitive | Being Ignored | Being Rejected | Controlling/Being Controlled | Withdrawn | Patronizing | Deadlocked | Passive | Draining | Always Worried/Anxious
“The law of the universe works this way: if you want more loving, give away the loving you have. If you want more of anything, share what you have openly. If you share, and deplete yourself – that’s wrong. Take care of yourself first, so that you’re not on welfare, and you don’t become the burden…Wherever you look you will see plenty, of abundance; not necessarily great, great, large abundance, but a form of health, wealth and happiness. But there must be the sharing.”
-John-Roger, DSS | from the enclosed program