As my clients illuminate the obstacles on their journey to wholeness, health and peace of mind, they all come to a moment when they meet their enemy. While no one is greatly excited to know who their enemy is, it is liberating to address the enemy head-on.
Ironically, the button pusher might not be conscious of what he/she is doing. However, in the end the buttons others push belong to you. You are the one, who needs to deal with what comes up. The more you take responsibility for your feelings and reactions, the less the other person can push your buttons. You are in control – not the button pusher.