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The good news is that people are not passive-aggressive by nature.
And these behavior patterns can change with some insights, skills, and relationship advice. If you read the list and saw yourself, you have two choices: recognize what’s not working for you and change it, or continue to blow it off as other people’s problems.
We bring around baggage from childhood scars, issues with our parents, family members, or past partners.
Truth is you that you may be exhibiting passive-aggressive behaviors that totally confuse people — and turn them off to you. Generally, you’re behaving in a passive-aggressive manner when you: 1. Appear sweet, compliant, and agreeable, but are really resentful, angry, petty, and envious underneath.
In order to make these unseemly behavioral traits abundantly clear to you, I’m offering you a very straightforward list of passive-aggressive examples. Don’t speak your truth openly, kindly, and honestly when asked for your opinion or when asked to do something for someone. You’re living with pairs of opposites within, and that’s making those around you crazy. Are afraid of being alone and equally afraid of being dependent. Don’t leave me.” You fear direct communication because you fear rejection. Rather than taking responsibility for stepping up and speaking your truth, you set yourself up as the (innocent) victim.
Well, do people think you’re difficult to be around?
Do they not trust you or respect you the way you wish they would?