Games People Play: The Basic Handbook of Transactional Analysis

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Games People Play: The Basic Handbook of Transactional Analysis

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This book discusses the silly little games that people play between each other in social situations. For example, a couple may play a game during a divorce in which one party aims to show that they are the victim here, and the other party is at fault. Or an alcoholic may play a game where they rebel against those attempting to help them. The book discusses the theory behind games, what advantages people believe they get subconsciously by playing, common games to look out for, and how to rise above playing them.

“The most gratifying forms of social contact, whether or not they are embedded in a matrix of activity, are games & intimacy.”

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