Partnership and the
Personal and Public
Insights from Suzanne Caygill
In my experience as a decorator, utilizing the values of color on the subconscious level to emphasize cohesion between individuals, I have found that in a household divided against itself the participants have a tendency to want to dominate or subjugate their tastes to the others'. If each person's dominant color is insisted upon, then the harmony may suffer for one ego.
If one person should need the ego support of all of his or her own colors, then others in the family must understand that they are subjugating their tastes and sense of at-homeness, and be patient for the time when they can have their own self-expression within at least their own rooms, or at a later time in their own homes.
Cagill goes on to share more personal observations about partnership in the following comment.
It is also apparent that a man decorates with or for his wife exactly as he makes love, and that a woman responds to him in decorating in exactly the same way she accepts or rejects his affection.
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