TA Today: A New Introduction to Transactional Analysis by Ian Stewart, Vann Joines

By Ian Stewart, Vann Joines

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What are the copied thoughts and feelings which accompany the behavior? For Adapted Child and Free Child clues, recall situations in your childhood when you behaved in that same way. How old were you? What were you thinking and feeling at these times? 44 Recognizing Ego-States For Adult, check that the behaviors you h a v e listed a r e not a replay of your childhood nor a parental behavior you h a v e swallowed whole. You may find that you want now to shift s o m e of your behavioral clues to a different column.

To signal this, we draw circles for Parent, Adult and Child within the larger circle showing the Child ego-state. These three internal divisions of the Child ego-state are conventionally labeled P j , A , and C,. T h e whole Child ego-state in the second-order model is given the label C . 2 2 Parent in the Child (P,) Every child learns early in life that there are rules which must be followed. These rules are laid down by Mother and Father. Unlike a grown-up, the young child doesn't have the reasoning power to examine the rules and check whether it makes sense to follow them.

As you go through the Controlling Parent and Nurturing Parent clues, find if you recall what parent or parent-figure you are copying with each behavior. What are the copied thoughts and feelings which accompany the behavior? For Adapted Child and Free Child clues, recall situations in your childhood when you behaved in that same way. How old were you? What were you thinking and feeling at these times? 44 Recognizing Ego-States For Adult, check that the behaviors you h a v e listed a r e not a replay of your childhood nor a parental behavior you h a v e swallowed whole.

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