December 31, 2009
Ask yourself questions about your ability to solve problems in order to help you better understand why a relationship between you and another person may be strained or broken.
These questions are part of a series on understanding how your personality affects your relationships, especially those that are strained or broken.
Exploring Your Personality #5: Problem Solving
ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS
Am I known as a person who can solve problems well? If so, what do I do that makes it easy for me to tackle a problem? Can I break things down into smaller parts? How do I do this? What do I allow to get in the way of solving problems? When I think about a person with whom I have a strained or broken relationship, how would I answer these questions about him or her? Why? What effect does the degree to which we are ale to solve problems have to do with our relationship? Why?