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The first day my eyes opened...

I have been with Mr Angry for a decade. I am by no means a stupid woman nor am I shy and retiring. In fact if you met me you probably would think I’m loud and outgoing with not a care in the world. 448 more words


Problem People

As part of my job, I deal with people everyday, whether it’s over the phone or in person I must be a nice, pleasant person ready to help you with whatever question you have (no matter what I happen to think of the question). 560 more words

A To Z Challenge

Passive Agression Doesn't Lead to Success

One of my worst personality traits is that I can be extremely passive aggressive. Yes, it gets you no where but being I absolutely hate confrontation, it’s my only solution. 324 more words

Single Girl Problems

To The Loved Ones Who've Gone Silent

Over the last few months as I’ve talked with people reeling from the devastation of fractured relationships, those standing beneath the painful fallout of lost and broken friendships, marriages, and family bonds; a simple but tragic truth keeps repeating itself:
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Lisa Hunt-Wotton reblogged this on Sunday Everyday and commented:

This is a great article by John Pavlovitz on Silence in regard to relationships. I find that this more common than we realise. I would call it passive aggressive behaviour. Have a read and let me know what you think.

The Plight Of The Passive-Aggressie

Be aggressive, be passive – those are both legit behaviors. But when a person paradoxically combines passivity with aggression, it makes me want to gouge my brain out with a rusty pencil and then chug a gallon of expired Windex. 575 more words

Title: Public Speaking

Public speaking is the biggest fear in America
Yet freedom of speech is what we’re founded on
Maybe if we had to pay for it we would appreciate it more… 98 more words


The too and fro of passive aggressive bullshit

There is a person in my life that makes commitments and doesn’t follow through.

Something is terribly urgent if it suits her, but suddenly once she gets what she wants, it’s not important to finalise. 367 more words