Tag Archives: control

Everyday Invalidations Speaking A Truth No One Wants To Hear

When it comes right down to it no one wants to change.  No one really wants to be different or leave their comfort habits for something unknown that promises a better world.  No one really wants to take a good … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Invalidation And Control

So to revisit this again and invalidation is a form of control from your adversary.  Step back and ask how come?  There is a larger system at work here beyond the harshness of a verbal invalidation.  Control, the crave to … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Then

What is the meaning of this word?  From a grammatical point of view what type of part of speech is it?  You may ask why am I posing these seemingly unimportant questions?  As it is 2017 I will be starting … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Sagas and Dramas And Victims

Saga: :  a long detailed account Drama: any situation or series of events having vivid, emotional, conflicting, or striking interest or results Victim: 2:  one that is acted on and usually adversely affected by a force or agent <the schools are … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations The Mirror Of Validation

When our daughter makes a statement to Lara or I we mirror and repeat it.  We validate it.  But what if we did not?  What if we criticized her?  What if we ignored her?  What might happen? So if we … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations On Mattering

Oh that does not matter!!!!  But it does if if did not then who would care.  At some level something matters to almost everyone. See below verb verb: matter; 3rd person present: matters; past tense: mattered; past participle: mattered; gerund … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Christmas End Of Year Drama

So here is a bit more on this.  Why can’t it be good will toward others all year round? Because we are blind-fully mired in our own triangulation’s trying to control the change of the world and other people that … Continue reading

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