Who’s In Control Here?

The feeling of powerlessness can drive us to act in extremely interesting ways. Power and Control have two sides.  One is that respected, authentic command that we see in people we admire.  The other is an intimidating need for Power and Control that makes us want to be anywhere else.
When people show up like this to me, I inform them that I have something else to do.  If asked what that is, I simply reply:  “Anything.”  The goal is to be in command of our emotions and not have that incessant need for Power or Control, particularly over others.

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