Aggressive behavior in passive teen
Teenagers are often overly emotional as they are undergoing many new experiences, from developing bodies to first heartbreaks. While many teens weather this storm without turning to destructive behaviors, some troubled teens embrace aggression to a destructive extent. There is a distinct difference between the occasional angry outburst and sustained aggression. Teens struggling with aggression exhibit hostile or attacking behaviors. These behaviors may not have any provocation and instead are used by the teen to control their circumstances.
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Passive Aggressive Personality
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Passive-aggressiveness is an effective way for a child to get what he wants. After all, it's not the same as an outright tantrum or disobedient action; instead, he uses manipulation and quiet defiance to achieve a certain outcome. Whether it's dragging his feet when it's time for a task or pretending not to hear you when you issue a direction, you can nip passive-aggressive and manipulative behavior by letting your child know the jig is up. Recognize the behavior and let your child know you're onto him. Manipulative kids usually think they're fooling parents with their tricks, so it's important that you verbally recognize the behavior, suggests licensed social worker Signe Whitson in an article for "Psychology Today. Please clean up or you'll have consequences.
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5 Tricks to Handle Passive Aggressive People
Ellen Hendriksen helps you deal with the passive aggressive people in your life. Slights with a smile. Silence when you know they can hear you.
People with passive-aggressive behavior express their negative feelings subtly through their actions instead of handling them directly. This creates a separation between what they say and what they do. For example, say someone proposes a plan at work. A person with passive-aggressive behavior may oppose the plan, but instead of voicing their opinion, they say that they agree with it. They may purposely miss deadlines, turn up late to meetings, and undermine the plan in other ways.
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