Passive agressive behavior in dating a woman

17-May-2017 19:36

Lead by example: Take responsibility for your own actions.

Admit your role in the dance--the ways your partner may feel intimidated by your more overt aggression.

However, he seems to want to point out that I'm never at the office. For example: I would compliment him on his attire and he would say "I always dress like this.

You would know if you were here." Not sure what to say back to!!

The resulting disconnect that comes when we suppress emotions, whether it’s anger, joy, sorrow, interferes with our: · Emotional growth—expressing our emotions in appropriate, healthy ways.

· Psychological growth—the ability to acknowledge, understand, and process emotions.

· Spiritual growth—our awareness of and connection to our higher self.

The result is that physically—meaning in the actions we take or don’t take—those issues manifest as passive-aggressive behavior.

" Most likely you just had an encounter with a passive-aggressive person.

Jay Earley, Ph D If your husband or partner has the Passive-Aggressive Pattern, he tends to act in a way that looks as though he is agreeable and pleasing on the surface, but in the end his behavior hurts or frustrates you.

He may only be aware of his surface desire to please you, and perhaps that he’s afraid of not pleasing you.

Such encounters may include sarcasm, shifting blame, saying one thing while meaning another to name a few.

For instance, I used to know a co-worker who was very skilled at giving back-handed compliments such as "You look great!

Response Passive-aggressive communication seeks to control the emotions of others and thereby, control their behavior.