With so many problems, telling someone they have a given problem is more annoying than it’s worth because they so often don’t see it in themselves.But trust me when I say that people who are passive-aggressive have gotten this feedback from other people for years.When dealing with someone who gets passive-aggressive, you don’t need to give thousands of details or examples to substantiate your point; just say the words “passive-aggressive” and he or she will instantly know 1) what you mean, and 2) that you’re probably right – even if they won’t admit it. Passive-aggressive behavior is behavior in which someone, with one fell swoop, attempts two separate goals: to express anger toward you, and to frustrate you.And, boy, are passive-aggressive people good at knowing how to push a person’s buttons.It reminds me that despite the modern world we live in, people haven’t really changed much on a fundamental level. Finding amusement in other’s misfortunes is never a good thing.
Ask yourself this, do you ever wonder why people reacted to you the way they do? Taking control of your dating life is just a segment of your enriched personal development. Some people are comfortable sharing lots of details about their personal lives. Recognizing this, and giving someone the respect to go at their own pace, is a very wise dating trait. Dating abuse is a pattern of abusive behaviors -- usually a series of abusive behaviors over a course of time -- used to exert power and control over a dating partner.These extremely wise tips come from Erasmus, and were written in 1500 A. I found them on Gretchen Rubin’s Happiness Project (love her! These were actually written for children, but apply to those dating and in relationships (or not, they’re just great reminders for how to be a good person). This is the kind of person who truly has it goin’ on.