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the names you are calling them

Calling other people names, or calling ourselves names, is one way that we express our needs.

I think someone is controlling (if you need control, freedom, power etc...)

I think someone is
obstructive (creativity, growth, purpose etc...)

I think someone is
unclear (knowledge, order, reassurance etc...)

I think someone is
uncomfortable to be with (ease, fun etc...)

I think someone is
uncooperative (connection, participation, support etc...)

I think someone is
unfair (balance, cooperation, fairness, justice etc...)

I think someone is
unhelpful (food, rest, space etc...)

I think someone is
unloving (affection, care, closeness etc...)

I think someone is
unsafe (peace, safety, security etc...)

I think someone is
unsympathetic (recognition, respect, trust etc...)

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