This book explores the Drama Triangle and the games, behaviours, beliefs, perceptions and pay-offs of each of the three roles we play in our interactions with others – persecutor, victim and rescuer.
The Drama Triangle plays out at an unconscious level in interpersonal dynamic and social communication. The three roles lurk in the shadows of our being ready to pop up without notice. Eric Berne covers it in ‘Games People Play’ and in this book the Weinholds dissect Transactional Analysis and focus on the drama of our interactions.
This book explores how the mind games work and what keeps the game going. It shows how to recognise your part in the triangle and when you are unconsciously projecting your hidden parts on others. It teaches you how to break free from the drama entanglement, stop the blame game and take charge of your life. And through the process you learn how to be more direct in asking what you want.
‘How to Break Free of The Drama Triangle and Victim Consciousness’ is a thin book, easy to ready with exercises, examples, and it’s straight to the point.