1.Man’s greatest evil is fear.
Courage and belief in his own ability are the basis for all his virtues. Through his realization of his own value he can feel belonging to others and be interested in others. Fear is a misjudgment, doubting our ability that we can handle a situation.
2.Firmness refers to your behavior in a conflict situation; domination means forcing your decision on others.
3.The assumption of a “natural” masculine superiority has always been a threat to women and men alike.
4.We all have a place and do not need to search or find one.
5.To re-establish language as a means of communication within the family would require the avoidance of talk whenever conflict arises.
6.Emotions are our tools, not our masters.
7.There are many things couples can do to help each other, but first, they must become aware of what not to do particularly in conflict situation.
8.Pity has usually a more damaging effect than the disadvantage of tragedy, which caused the pity.
9.Discouragement is at the root of all misbehavior. Encouragement is increasing self-confidence and respect for oneself.
10.The more afraid you are of making a mistake, the more likely you are to make one.