Voicing displeasure over it and talking about it is called communication.
And forcing a partner to avoid something because you don’t like it is called controlling.
Teachers can use eight systematic steps to promote behavior changes in their students.
These steps can be followed loosely to address minor problem behaviors or incorporated into a formal behavior assessment, called a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), which will be discussed later in this module.
very shocked by reading this article, she makes me go crazy, makes me feel that I'm not good enough, keeps saying me I'm negative-minded, but I'm curious she still wants to ask for my help.
One of the most common reasons for the downfall of a relationship is one partner’s need to control the other.
To many, controlling behavior isn’t something they try to indulge in, it’s just who they are.
So if you’re living with a partner who exhibits controlling behavior, you have yourself to blame too. When you’re in a relationship, there may be a few things about you that your partner doesn’t like.
It may be your friends, your work or just about anything else.
It takes time for one partner to start taking the other partner for granted, or control them.