Compassion and caring can make a big difference with children, even when they aren’t your own.
If you’re hearing any of these five phrases, you’re probably with a passive-aggressive person.
Yes, YOU are partly to blame.
“When people show you over and over that they aren’t capable of loving you the way you want to be loved, believe them.”
Could you be passive-aggressive and not know it? Rhoberta Shaler has a test to help you find out.
In the last year or two, I’ve learned to rely on my intuition. If someone or something gives me weird vibes, consider me gone girl.
Counselor Carl explains the four communication styles and shows how assertiveness is the key to avoiding dysfunctional dynamics. Which one are you?
You can’t change their behavior, but you can change how they behave around you.
A partner’s feelings of insecurity can lead to passive-aggressive behavior in the bedroom. Max Belkin offers a solution.
Assertive people get what they want without bullying, nagging, or manipulating. Here’s how you do it.
“Let her know how I feel? Are you crazy? The last time I did that, she threw it in my face the very next time we had an argument. I felt like a fool for letting my guard down with her.”
Jenny Glick offers some unexpected advice. She think this is less about what he is doing and more about how she can respond.
Licensed professional counselor Lucille Zimmerman discusses the signs of passive-aggressive behavior and strategies to deal with it.
The silent treatment has been an age-old coping mechanism in relationships for as long as I can remember.
Bob Schwenkler on not allowing a break-up to break you apart.
Taylor and Gabrielle elope at age nineteen. Months later, someone sends them a message by putting baby products on a Target marriage shower registry.