Triangulation and addiction

In my last blog, I introduced the idea of triangulation and how that shows up in the story of Cain and Abel, which remains relevant to our relationships today. Rabbi and family therapist Edwin Friedman expands on the idea of triangulation: The basic law of emotional triangles is that when any two parts of a… Continue reading Triangulation and addiction


Abel, Cain, and the Triangle

Pay attention to process, not just to content. That’s a gold key to life in community, whether you’re a leader or a committed member. How we decide is as important as what we decide. Conflicts might be expressed in terms of doctrine or policy, but they are often driven by unresolved family issues. Roles, motives,… Continue reading Abel, Cain, and the Triangle