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She regarded Jerry as a shark in a suit rather than as the generous and caring person that he sought to become. When he revealed his ideal self to her, Avery was incapable of validating his goals and instead responded with disdain and ridicule. ’” Instead, she communicated that her own goals and needs were unequivocally more important than Jerry’s: “It’s all about you, isn’t it—soothe me, save me, love me. ” In contrast, Dorothy understood Jerry’s goals from the outset, fully apprehending the character of his ideals and comprehending their implications for his future.
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2 summarizes empirical evidence regarding some of the partner variables that we have examined to date. First, effective affirmation is facilitated—and self-movement toward ideal is promoted—by partner insight, or a clear understanding of the self’s actual and ideal selves. For example, Jerry is more likely to achieve his ideals when Dorothy intuits precisely when and how he needs her support, as well as when she engages in perspective taking and achieves a deeper understanding of his ideal self.