Change management and inner critics: what happens in the mind?



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The development of internal blockages is a complex process that develops in childhood and affects the adult life.Change management and inner critics: what happens in the mind? criticism

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When adults become children

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Eric Berne, an American psychiatrist and founder of the transactional analysis (a psychological theory of human personality structure), already recognized mid-20. Century that adult people can be brought into a childlike, self-limiting state.

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He called this mode the so-called "child-ego," distinguishing it from the "parent-ego" and "adult-self." A person who is in the "child-ego" makes himself smaller than he really is and experiences the world around him from a child's perspective.

Caution Dwarven

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Incidentally, this is an Eldorado for Wusel like the Dwarven maker. He can do this either from the perspective of a more defensive, adapted child and respond to the environment in a resigned, anxious, uncertain, helpless or inhibited way, depending on the context.

Or he can take the perspective 15 of an aggressive, rebellious child and be capricious, insolent, angry, hateful, whining or dissatisfied.

I can do that - and not!

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In addition to the mostly problematic state of the "child-ego" there is another, no less problematic state, namely that of the "parent-self". Do you know this when your own inner voice tells you what you are not allowed to do, what you have to do, what you should or should not do?

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In this state one experiences oneself as reproving, accusing, condemning, judging, punishing, authoritative and authoritarian. Wusels like the pressure-maker or the regulary fan find this state optimally, the man, who is in the state, rather not.

This know-how is, of course, not only in the internal dialogue, but also in communication with others.

Summary

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Wusels can arise at any time in our lives. And the fundamentals for this are usually laid very early. When a child, in his childlike logic, from the experience and the hearing, not only forms convictions that support his development, the ideal basis for the emergence of a Wusel is present.

Out of a mixture of limiting beliefs, limiting values, and unfavorable strategies, a sabotage program that can be very affectionate is disrupted in this way and evolves into adulthood.

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