Word for overly accommodating
Their sense of self reacts to external circumstances, and their behavior fluctuates according to their unstable sense of self.
We’re told that “people don’t change,” and that we should never expect someone we’re dating to change for us. ”) At the same time, as girls, we’re constantly warned: “You should never change who you are or what you want for a man! Sure, it might be a bit much to buy a whole new wardrobe with each new relationship, but it seems naive to think we’re not influenced by the people around us—especially by our partners. So it was surprising when, two years ago, I began dating my girlfriend—she’s the kind of person who, while walking around the city, would stop to stare at things (random walls, broken windows, puddles) and then just sigh contently and comment on the obscure beauty of the world around us. Like, " is this coffee shop making you so happy—this is the coffee shop from hell!Researchers from the University of Amsterdam and Carnegie-Mellon University performed an analysis of 28 research studies, each of which gave data and drew conclusions from observations of multiple negotiations.This meta-analysis reveals: The most problem-solving happens when negotiators have high concern about the other party, but only when they can hold onto what’s important to themselves (what the researchers call a “high resistance to yielding”).This approach is often referred to as “integrative” negotiation.
The debate is usually based on personal opinion and anecdote. As it happens, negotiation has been (and continues to be) the subject of scientific research, which now provides a good answer.
The emotional merging together of two people often results in excessive attachment, manipulation, and reactivity.