Sometime we need shaken up a bit. We get set in our ways. We fail to notice that the world has changed around us.
So a disruptive input can be good for us—what we need, even if it isn’t very comfortable at the time. No doubt we will need to settle back to some stability after the upheaval, perhaps without becoming quite so ossified next time around. Or maybe we’ll manage to institute some continuous adaptation. That would be better.
From the interventionist’s perspective, how disruptive should we be?
Probably more disruptive than feels comfortable for us.
Oddly enough, to strengthen the relationship, we might need to put it at risk.