We do repeat one of five behaviours while under pressure. Others may see a character feature in us that we are unaware of until it is brought out to us. These actions are carried out instinctively and on a constant basis. These are not real answers and are referred to as ‘Driver Behaviours’ or simply ‘Drivers’ in Transactional Analysis. They are instead learned reactions to a scenario. This in Innere Antreiber can lead to dissatisfaction with our recurrent responses to people, how we do things, and how we interact with others, all of which can have an influence on our relationships. Determine Your Primary Driver Behaviour in Transaktionsanalyse
- Be Perfect – We expect perfection from ourselves and others, which can cause strain on relationships. Do the right thing every time, look the right way, and be the right way.
- Be Strong – Avoids showing or sharing feelings with others since it is unsafe. Keep one’s own thoughts and sentiments in check while connecting with others in a useful manner.
- Try Hard – Attempts things repeatedly, always putting forth a lot of effort. Takes on too much and feels overburdened. Frequently sabotages own achievement since the emphasis is on striving with effort and pain rather than a successful conclusion.
- Please Others – prioritize others and try hard to make them pleased. Offers assistance to others but does not seek or accept assistance in return.
- Hurry Up – the desire to go quicker, to work faster and faster. Stay ahead by thinking in short bursts, moving out of the path of others.