Could you be passive-aggressive and not know it? Rhoberta Shaler has a test to help you find out.
In our relationships with others we need to strive to ask for what we want. To complain when we don’t get the results we wanted. And to make our own desires as clear as possible.
Silence, withdrawal, sniping, and forgetting things are all passive-aggressive ways of engaging in conflict. Here’s how to handle it. ___ By Rachelle Although it takes two to resolve conflict, a divorce provides endless opportunity for conflict to continue. Even if your divorce finalized years ago, anger and resentment may show through small (or large) acts […]