The Drama Triangle to understand (and change) dysfunctional relationships
In part 1 I introduced the 3 roles of Persecutor, Rescuer and Victim.
Then I explained in part 2 why we enter into the Triangle and how everything starts, followed by several examples of situations with Persecutors, Rescuers and Victims.
You discovered tools to get out of the Drama Triangle in part 3.
In part 4 you could check what you know about the DramaTriangle.
Have you already taken the quiz?
- Summarized chart
- Useful information
Stephen Karpman (article and book):
– “Fairy Tales and Script Drama Analysis”
– “A Game Free Life”
BARRY K. WEINHOLD, JANAE B. WEINHOLD (book)
– “How to break free of the Drama Triangle and Victim Consciousness”
Claude Steiner (books)
– “Scripts People Live”
– “Emotional Literacy”
– “Games Alcoholics
Marshall Rosenberg (book)
– “Nonviolent communication. A Language of Life”
Articles on the Web
– The Three Faces of Victim – An Overview of the Victim Triangle (Lynne Forrest)
– Why Do Victims Go Back to Their Abusers? (article and podcast from Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen)
- To my teachers at the CEP Eric Berne in Barcelona (Montse Vilardell, Jesús Cuadra, George Escribano, Pepe Martinez, Marielle de Miribel, …)
- To Kath Berry and Tootie Cordery for revising the text