How to Tell if You Have Control Issues

Do you always need to be in control? It could be harming your ability to have meaningful relationships.

Why People Try to Control People

Controlling people learned from childhood that love is earned and received inconsistent nurturing. Also, they perceive productivity as more important than relationships. In adulthood, control and relationships foster arguing, lack of trust, bullying, and passive aggression. They may be successful in their work life and driven to meet goals, yet struggle to form close relationships.

To change this, soften how you interact with others and create cooperation.

Read the full article here:  Do You Have a Controlling Personality?