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Passive-Aggressive Behavior: Why Do You Tolerate It?

Passive-aggressive behavior is crazy-making. You know–especially if you’ve been reading this blog for a while–that to end passive-aggressive behavior you need to have strong boundaries. So why do you continue to tolerate passive-aggressive behavior? It takes two to be passive-aggressive you know. A person cannot play that game alone!  So, why do you play?  Do…

Relationship Help: Don’t Be a Doormat!!!

Whether you are a man or a woman doesn’t matter, but it certainly matters if you are a doormat! A doormat is a person who doesn’t take a stand in life for his or her values, vision, purpose, beliefs, desires or worth. They are more interested in keeping the peace, or living up to the…

Recover from a passive aggressive relationship

How to Recover from A Passive Aggressive Relationship

One thing that certainly comes near to the top of the list of relationship problems that are uncovered in my sessions with clients is passive-aggressive behavior. Sometimes, it is hard to see it clearly, but it is never difficult to feel its effects. In this three part series, you will get insights about: How to Recognize a Passive-Aggressive Person; How to Respond to a Passive-Aggressive Person and finally, How to Recover from a Passive-Aggressive Person.

How to Recover from A Passive-Aggressive Person

One thing that certainly comes near to the top of the list of relationship problems that are uncovered in my sessions with clients is passive-aggressive behavior. Sometimes, it is hard to see it clearly, but it is never difficult to feel its effects. In this three part series, you will get insights about: How to Recognize a Passive-Aggressive Person; How to Respond to a Passive-Aggressive Person and finally, How to Recover from a Passive-Aggressive Person.

Working With The Poster Child For Passive-Aggression?

Do you know what passive-aggression is, how to recognize it and what to do about it? This is the first installment in a short series that will be intermingled with other posts over time. Read on…