The willingness to take another person or yourself exactly as they are without expectation, criticism or judgment.
Failure to handle emotions appropriately. Basically giving up your strengths. Normally secondary to another emotion.
A person who sees what needs to be done (Judgment) and is willing to do it (Discipline).
Loss of fairness in the desire to be right. The usual outcome is making an enemy, as both arguments and fights are selfish
The ability to be passionate and devoted to balance and fairness in relationships.
The attempt to instill guilt.
The creation of personal space or area of responsibility.
The willingness to resolve conflict.
A difference between two people (see Fight). Usually a difference of opinion.
When your behavior matches your principles.
Feeling badly enough for failing in responsibility that one doesn't do it again.
The willingness to act when you are afraid or have something to lose. Courage cannot be utilized without a state of fear existing. The use of love in the face of fear.
The attempt to resolve a conflict by agreeing on a fair solution.
The attempt to bring attention to oneself.
Elements of Self Esteem
Acceptance, limits on behavior, and mastery of tasks.
My fantasy of how things "should" be other than dealing with how they are. Virtually always toxic. (See Standards and Goals)
Balanced between the objectives of the parties involved.
My decision to believe in another's promises or statements.
A difference between two people plus disrespectful behavior that both engage in. Usually started by a person losing an argument
Understanding the other person's limitations. Not the same as forgetting.
An activity that is definable, doable, and done.(Measurable) The source of motivation.
The failure to assess accurate responsibility in a given situation.