Posts tagged training on passive aggressive behavior
It’s cold outside! 🧥🧤🧣☃️❄️ What a perfect day to stay indoors and learn new skills to understand and change passive aggressive behavior. Check out the LSCI Institute’s online training, The Angry Smile.
Complete a whole day’s worth of live training in just a few hours, right here:
(Copy of The Angry Smile book is included and will be shipped directly to the address you provide!)
My friend Amy just filled me in on this perfectly passive aggressive website: www.lmgtfy.com. Have you heard of it? I’d tell you about it, but it would ruin the laugh you’ll get by taking 2 minutes to check it out. Suffice it to say we’ve probably all felt this way when faced with a person who finds it more convenient to bother us with their question than to just google it for themselves. Enjoy!
Do you ever feel like you are riding on an emotional roller coaster with your child? Is your little one friendly and sweet one day, then sulky and withdrawn the next? Does your teenager consistently procrastinate, postpone, stall and shut down any emotionally-charged conversation? Do you, as a parent, ever resemble that same portrait? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, chances are good that passive aggressive behavior has found a way into your home and family.
Check out my article in the Huffington Post Parents section to learn about eight of the most common passive aggressive phrases and to figure out if “sugarcoated hostility” exists in your home and family.