nondemanding

nondemanding

(ˌnɒndɪˈmɑːndɪŋ)
adj
not demanding
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Finney and Maloney (1985b) described it as giving "one's full attention to relating to God in a passive, nondefensive, nondemanding, open way" (p.
Women are clearly expected to be loving, but only in a selfless, asexual, nondemanding, angelic way.
Employing nondemanding standards of meaningfulness to assess a life is compatible with examining it in the context of the cosmos at large.
Europe is characterized by a seemingly people-friendly, nondemanding, paternalistic and--in consequence-insufficiently productive economic and social system called die soziale Markwirtschaft, or social democracy.
Counselors should provide nondemanding warmth with appropriate structure without reacting to the child's rejection and anger.
In the original study, the 244 recently admitted patients were interviewed under ethically approved and nondemanding conditions and 188 (77%) were re-interviewed after 12 months.
The mother's nondemanding presence makes the experience of formlessness and comfortable solitude possible, and this capacity becomes a central feature in the development of a stable and personal self" (p.
If the therapist takes a matter of fact, nondemanding stance, the patient will learn to trust and still not reveal his identity.
A little water and some mulch, in the regions of the country where the ground freezes, should give years of color from this nondemanding garden plant.
When sexual expression begins to lag and lack excitement, the key to rebuilding marital desire is to enjoy nondemanding pleasuring, increasing intimacy, and having fun together.
64) Women, however, have been seen as good workers, obedient, and nondemanding, (65) but they are hindered from achieving greater parity with men because of their historical place as appendages to men, the cultural devaluation of manual labor, and the religious definition of women as polluting.