How to start over in a relationship

Control, alt, delete. Reboot. That’s what you do when you get locked into a loop on your computer. It lets you start over, look at the problem differently and try something new. Sometimes relationships get into loops, and the only practical way out is to invite the other person to agreed new ground rules and start over with you. It’s not always as easy as it sounds.
The Straight Talk guidelines are straightforward, with many practical examples of how to use them. There’s a template for planning your own conversations, which you can return to Straight Talk for e-mail feedback.
Description

Control, alt, delete. Reboot. That’s what you do when you get locked into a loop on your computer. It lets you start over, look at the problem differently and try something new. Sometimes relationships get into loops, and the only practical way out is to invite the other person to agreed new ground rules and start over with you. It’s not always as easy as it sounds.
The Straight Talk guidelines are straightforward, with many practical examples of how to use them. There’s a template for planning your own conversations, which you can return to Straight Talk for e-mail feedback.

Contents

Introduction
Guidelines

Example 1 Improving a marriage
Example 2 Mother-in-law makes amends
Example 3 A manager changes his style

A template is included on which you can plan your own conversations and if you wish, return it to Straight Talk for personal e-mail feedback.