This eBook by Dr. Rhoberta Shaler helps you first to clearly recognize passive aggressive behavior in relationships. It then offers strategies and next steps for responding to this behavior at home and at work...and recovering from it.
Stop, That's Crazy-Making! How To Quite Playing The Passive-Aggressive Game
If you are screaming that in your head or out loud, you are very likely dealing with passive-aggressive behavior. And, yes. It is crazy-making.
The good news is that you can learn to manage yourself well around passive-aggressive behavior.
You can also, if you are very insightful and wise, learn to manage passive-aggressive behavior within yourself.
In others, passive-aggressive behavior coming our way seems sneaky. It surprises you, infuriates and frustrates you. And, it happens over and over. It does make you second-guess yourself and wonder if it is you who is losing it. It’s not! There is much you can learn that will help you create the boundaries required to assert yourself in a passive-aggressive relationship.
In yourself, passive-aggressive behavior may send people away from you. They do not want to be caught in your web so they may well avoid you. They find ways not to invite you along, or good reasons for being too busy to see you.