Here is another item that appeared in the INTAD (later INTAND) Newsletter – for the International Network for Transactional Analysis (and later NLP) in Development – the forerunner of the IDTA. In the second-ever issue, in 1993, the following appeared. At the time we were advised that it was anonymous. Searching Google nowadays indicates that the rules were written by Chérie Carter-Scott as a handout for a training programme; they were circulated widely and ended up in Canfield and Hanson‘s Chicken Soup, originally marked as anonymous but subsequently credited to Carter-Scott. If you like the rules, Carter Scott has several books, including If Life is a Game, These are the Rules.
Rules for being human