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Published on Mar 13, 2013
True Story: Person A was irritated at Person B for once again doing something that A found to be frustrating. This occurred repeatedly. So A went off to be alone for the evening, to think. A began to recognize what was so difficult. It was not just a single event, but a pattern of similar events. Person B better understood when Person A said the concern was not about a single event, but about a pattern of similar events.
If your concern is about a pattern of incidents, then explain that you are concerned about a pattern of events, and not just one incident. This may help avoid discussing or arguing about a single event, and it may add importance to what you wish to discuss.
This is skill #13 in the workbook. Go To www.CommunicateForever.org workbook.