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There really are no battles you can win with the Passive-Aggressive. But what’s the first step in getting this “victim” who has such horrible luck to behave the right way?
Once the situation turns into a battle, you have already lost. You need to express your needs in their “I-am-the-victim” reality. yourself, and you understand how difficult he can be.) You appreciate them doing their best, and we’re just going to need to try again.
Most passive-aggressives live in a fantasy world of denial.
But since it happened, there’s now another step they need to complete.But if the unpleasant things don’t get done because of an accident, well, it’s not their fault, and they’re not a bad person.From In their minds, they are good children—innocent, happy, eager to please, and always willing to do more than their share. But they didn’t ask, so they don’t owe you anything. And they claim to be the kindest person in the world. But they attack others — always with plausible deniability. Clinical psychologist Randy Paterson explains passive-aggressive behavior as: In all cases you get your own way, but you have a plausible excuse that allows you to escape taking responsibility for your actions. They’ll explain why they can’t help or ask for what they want. In fact, at least according to them, they’re always the victim. I’m just trying to help…) Well-adjusted people are assertive.