pressure and tension

/ˈpreSHər/, /ˈtenSHən/
Pressure is a force exerted or a push, while tension is stretching or pulling.

We see the language of primalpsychology through the lens of pressure and tension. We view these two actions as a push and a pull. We can also add allow and stop to this vocabulary.

How do we allow or stop a push or a pull? How do we read someone's psychology by understanding their relationship to push, pull, allow and stop?

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