The power of the relationship lies with whoever cares less
Quote # by 'Unknown' was posted by UniqueProphecy on February 26, Someone once told me that the power in all relationships lies with whoever cares less, and he was right. But power isnt happiness, and I think that maybe. (commenting to group about love) "I wish I could believe in all this crap, I really do . I also wish I could believe in the Easter Bunny, the missile.
Let me ask you a simple question.
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But think about this. If you were to truly believe that the person who cares less has the most power, what kind of relationship are you going to attract? No, seriously it truly has some value. If you find yourself always chasing after people, and falling into that pattern, then yes, perhaps believing in this may temporarily give you the momentum to break through and get out of that cycle. In my opinion, whatever beliefs you adopt in order to get out of that negative cycle, is a valuable belief.
See, this idea that the person who cares less has the most power is what I call surface thinking. This belief is what I call a surface truth. What you really need instead are deeper truths. Surface thinking unfortunately never get you anywhere, its like saying… All men just want sex.
Instead, it becomes a prison in which all your experiences are filtered through.
The power in all relationships lies with whoever cares less
So repeat after me. There are always deeper truths. To me, the deeper truths is where it really gets exciting. Because not only do you see that no one is really out there to hurt you, but you get to make sense of everything that happens around you AND the power that comes from this understanding.
Because that is where all the secrets are. So what is the deeper truth here? You can never care too much… even when you first meet someone, even on your first date.
Principle of least interest - Wikipedia
You can never care too much. In fact, the more you care, the more power you have. That is the ultimate place you can get to. The study confirmed that was a difference involvement between how you were raised and how involved in a relationship you were. Furthermore, the study showed a large gap in involvement between males and females with the lowest female mean score four points higher than the highest male mean score. This showed that males as a group were significantly less interested in maintaining their relationship and could use the principle of least interest to their own means.
These studies were further reinforced in by a study  that focused on the balance of power in lesbian relationships.
Principle of least interest
Furthermore, those who reported an unequal balance of power reported that they felt the person who was less dependent on the relationship had more power. In a study  of heterosexual American adults found correlations between the power balance between the partners and the emotional involvement of them to be both negative and significant.
The researchers also noted that the perception of being powerless in a relationship grew as the emotional involvements in the relationship grew. Building onto this study in a study   by Susan Sprecher and Diane Felmlee of heterosexual American dating couples found that the partners who perceived themselves as more emotionally involved also perceived themselves as having less power. The most recent study  on the principle of least interest took place in In it 30 in-depth interviews with 15 unmarried African-American couples were performed.
Sociological perspective[ edit ] The principle of least interest falls primarily in the Conflict viewpoint of sociology. The principle of least interest dictates how power is distributed in a relationship and how it is almost always unequally balanced.