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Two family members, unable to admit their intense ambivalence about an issue, simultaneously send conflicting messages about their expectations to one another, forcing each of them to guess at the others' expectations, thus insuring a failure to meet the other's expectations. Each member of the dyad also mistakenly attributes the behavior of the other to a selfish need.

Definition by David Allen.

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