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The Michelangelo Effect: How Couples ‘Sculpt’ Each Other


The Michelangelo effect defines the dynamics by which a couple ‘sculpts’ each other based on positive reinforcement. For example, if you know that your partner’s optimistic and confident, you won’t let them fall into despondency. You’ll offer them constant support and reinforcement (‘sculpt them’) so that their best version comes to light. This approach is of great importance in the field of emotional relationships. It’s an exercise, a daily craft in which words act as chisels and emotional caresses as hammers. Thanks to this process, between the two of you you’re able to sculpt your ideal selves. In fact, you…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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