are restrictive messages which appear as conditions which guide our decisions, behaviour and choices. Warnings are the first signs of entering dis-communication. They act as “signals”. Warnings come from a learning process in early childhood and early attempts to obtain the conditional attention of adults.
According to the level of difficulty encountered,
we will activate our Warnings according to two levels:
Being able to stand back and identify them when they are activated may help us to put them into perspective and allow us to function with greater flexibility. Their balanced activation may be a source of added value.
Each personality type uses one of them more specifically In a relatively unfavourable environment. Sometimes, certain personalities may trigger their second driver, which has the effect of making interpersonal relationships even more difficult.