If you are going through a crisis, here are a couple of ideas that will strengthen you.... and give you more personal power.
Having both: Crisis and Resilience in our lives?
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
In the latest article of the Passive Aggressive Test blog, I was surprised with this question:
Why is it that now so many older women are leaving their marriage past mid-life?
How do we get to this situation?
Among the steps that boys must pass through in their development into men there are two important lessons they must learn:
- The first of these is how to be aware of their mothers’ needs. This awareness is essential for him to be able to depend on her for the satisfaction of his needs.
- The second step is learning how to be upset about this dependency so to prepare for his future independence.
Now I have to admit, I had to read this twice to see clearly the opposite pulling forces..
To read the full article click here
Friday, May 02, 2014
When the passive aggressive person is very close to you, the situation can be especially difficult.
You may be wondering how to deal with a passive aggressive husband or wife.As with all passive aggressive people, it’s important to remember not to take their behavior personally. Given the intimacy of the relationship, doing so could quickly become very hurtful. Instead, remember that this is a behavior that has become ingrained over years, and can often be a coping mechanism for your partner.
Read the full article
Posted by Neil Warner at 10:01 AM