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Chapter 28. Summary

The self-sabotaging process tends to accelerate unless immediate steps are taken to resolve the conflict.

You sabotage yourself in a conflict—even if you are not at fault—when you think of yourself as helpless and ineffective.

Self-sabotage occurs when you cannot handle the emotional strain that goes with a relationship conflict.

Most people are so involved in the emotionalism of a conflict that they are unaware they are sabotaging themselves.


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