Why Do People Play Games in Relationships? on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


All of us at one point or another in our lives play psychological games. Whether consciously or unconsciously, whether at home, at work, among strangers, or among friends, we have all engaged in games that are sometimes beneficial and useful, and other times detrimental to our health and the well-being of others.

Psychological games are often rewarding to one party and harmful to the other, creating exhausting and messy dynamics in every kind of relationship. Sometimes we are so deeply ingrained in the cat-and-mouse games that define our relationships that we aren’t even aware of what is happening.

So why do people play games in relationships? And how can you identify whether you are instigating the games, or serving as the prey of them?

Listen in on the conversation here!

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15 thoughts on “Why Do People Play Games in Relationships? on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. It was a good show and I agree some people love to play games. men especially. I felt sorry for her friend that fell in love with the married man. Tra is right that’s a dangerous game to play. Smh

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  2. Trace you told the truth tonight. Good show. Thanks words of wisdom for all da playaz

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  3. Good show Tracy ion blame u fyne as u is u should play hard to get😆 damn u told alot of truths

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  4. I love it when Tracy get personal 🤗
    She’s honest, she’s truthful and i would love to be invited to a roundtable discussion with she and her girlfriends 😂

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