It’s interesting how we, as a society, approach anger. In general, this emotion isn’t something people are comfortable with.
That’s amazing when you think about it—because anger is one of the basic emotions everyone experiences. It’s hard-wired into our brains to (more…)
Anger, on its own, is not a sign of emotional problems. What bears watching are the various expressions of that anger. For example, you want to monitor things like frequency, intensity, and duration.
But what happens for those who aren’t (more…)
Passive-aggressive people can be emotionally tricky. They are generally indirect when it comes to anger. Therefore, attempts to deal with them during conflict can leave you feeling insecure, frustrated, or even dismissed by their subtle instigation or avoidance.
So, what (more…)