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... familiar with the dynamic! The only insight I can offer on the subject is that with my mom, I am uber sensitive to the things that she says and this leads me to over react. ... (5 replies)
... My problem is more a personality quirk than anything else I guess you could say, and it is basically that I can be pretty passive aggressive at times. ... (7 replies)
... I had a relevation, I've realized my mother is passive aggressive, although I think I may have thought this before. Here's what happened yesterday. ... (5 replies)

... She has her boyfriend over a few nights per week, and always allows him to lengthy showers as well as a free pass to whatever food, alcohol, etc. ... (2 replies)
... f being standoffish, that IS being passive aggressive too. Not just "kinda". ... (7 replies)
... I think I will try to get a book or something and read up on it. ... (7 replies)
... it all finally came to a head. He has a very agressive father and his mother.....well let's just say she goes beyond passive all the way to martyr. ... (7 replies)
... Well, Nick, my upbringing was very much like yours except the opposite, it was my mother who was aggressive and confrontational and my father who was more of a pleaser. ... (7 replies)
... When my daughter flips out, it's usually over some "joke" I've made that she will say is a jab at her. In my head, I don't think of it that way at all, because I love her unconditionally, faults and all. ... (5 replies)
... times to spend time together and see if we could reconcile, but I found that almost more painful. I still felt like nothing had changed and he just wanted us to get back together. I didn't feel that he WANTED anything to be different. ... (18 replies)
... atch to all the other women. Like your mom, my mom made sure I went to college, insisted on it as a matter of fact, always told me to never feel like I had to get married or have kids to please her, let me read Ms. ... (5 replies)
... t like you CyberNick. I HATE confrontations and feel guilty when I speak my mind. I often found myself appologizing for things that I had absolutely no control over but somehow I felt responsible for. I would hold things in and then explode and then, of course, feel guilty for that explosion. ... (7 replies)
... Yesterday I was at an Easter get together and my BFs newlywed nephew was justa tellin' everyone how nasty the salad was that his wife made.. ... (8 replies)
... k on this, and one of the biggest helps to assertiveness is, simply, language. Own your own of saying that "you are driving me mad", say "I get annoyed when somebody does this, and I would love it if you would stop doing it"... ... (7 replies)
... aknesses constantly without making me feel like I have much value. He always points out that I need to "tough up"...not be so sensitive, thinks I am a push over, passive aggressive, shy, etcetera. ... (11 replies)
... moved to london , working away etc... how did you get on ? ... (5 replies)
... passive aggressive with people i care about, especially when there are issues needing resolving. ... (23 replies)
... Once I get to know a woman a lot better I will be much more open with the "you're gorgeous" type comments. ... (31 replies)
... Well, Friday he was mad at me. He was being passive aggressive and didn't want to hang out. Saturday he came over, but only because he thought I was crying. I was crying that he didn't want to hang out with me on Friday. ... (5 replies)
... He got quite jealous and passive aggressive when I was out one night while on vacay and my phone died. I realized he was not good at communicating so I was trying to be very sensitive toward that. ... (23 replies)

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