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For the most part, when we’re dealing with aggressive behavior we know it, we feel it and we don’t like it. When someone is getting aggressive, we usually point it out and steer clear from that person. However, when we’re dealing with passive-aggressive behavior, more likely than not, we don’t realize it and we aren’t aware of it happening.

Passive-aggressive relationships can occur in the workplace, romantic relationships, partnerships, family dynamics, and social circles. Watch this video to gain insight into passive-aggressive behavior. After watching this video you will be able to understand if someone is using passive-aggressive behavior on you to control you. Next week I’ll share the next step in dealing with passive-aggressive behavior — when you know this tactic is being used on you, how to deal with it and how to successfully overcome this form of control.

 

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