Overcome passive aggression

What is I have the book, that although it that angry person as "Dealt with the problem" and the focus is on how that person expresses or fails, express hidden anger, there is a strong call to action for the person who is evil person in a relationship with. And part of the call is careful about the way how, that we anger to express.

The book identifies different types of passive aggressive people and their deep inner motivations for passive express their anger. The authors point out that it deep inner needs that control behavior of the other person and they often come childhood from. Understand what could be this needs help to explain why they use this sneaky expressions behaviour instead of expressing it directly.

It separates the differences that occur when you the passive-aggressive person is your partner, your child, your parent, your boss, your employees or your best friend.

The authors give to illustrate detailed descriptions and large projects, such as the various types of passive aggressive behaviors.

You have numerous checklists to the case, you, the readers, that nasty person to express it passive are. And identify the costs of the anger to health challenges, ruined marriages, lost job promotions, estranged family relations and others.

If anger with someone's hidden at home, at work or in some other situation, you'll probably, you know as you read this book. Most likely, you know that already, but one of the possible problems, which it is mentioned that people enable and protect the evil person, to deny, ignore or minimize the other person behavior.

For me the most helpful part of the book is the part where they describe enable and the call to stop it. You make several suggestions about the changes that you need to make if you someone's hidden anger...

(1) Immediately hear you turn it on. Address you directly and clearly, and set about fixed limits what is or is not allowed.

(2) But do so quietly, observe carefully how you express your own anger, reduce your own response when something happens. Be as positive as possible during each interaction. The interaction of resolution and State make clear what you want to see under happen to resolve the issue.

(3) Accept no excuses when you are clear that what is happening, is an example of hidden anger in a passive aggressive way. And be directly on the consequences of continued behavior.

(4) Not in a dispute over which one of you is right and what is wrong to draw.

(5) Not the person will attack carefully but instead focus on what happens and what you must do happen now and in the future. Behave not character.

"About half of the passive aggressive are fully aware what they are doing, Angel estimates." The other Act (or don't act) unwittingly and then receive questions, why people boiling blood. "--Therapeut Beverly Engel, author of honor your anger: such as transforming your anger style can change your life."

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