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Overcoming Passive-Aggression, Revised Edition

How to Stop Hidden Anger from Spoiling Your Relationships, Career, and Happiness

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Regular Price $11.99 CAD

Regular Price $9.99

Regular Price $11.99 CAD

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Oct 25, 2016

Page Count

336 Pages

ISBN-13

9780738219196

Description

In Overcoming Passive-Aggression, Dr. Tim Murphy and Loriann Hoff Oberlin provide an in-depth look at a topic we’ve all faced but haven’t always recognized: Hidden anger. When people don’t express their views and feel compelled to conceal their true beliefs and emotions, behaving in ways that don’t match what they honestly think, there can be serious physical and psychological results for everyone involved. For the first time, Murphy and Oberlin offer a clear definition of passive-aggression and show readers not only how to end the behavior, but also how to avoid falling victim to other people’s hidden anger. In clear, compassionate language, they cover everything from the childhood origins of the condition to the devastating effect it has on work and personal relationships to the latest research on the subject, and offer practical, proven strategies for the angry person as well as the individual who finds himself the target of someone else’s passive-aggression.

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Praise

Murphy...and Oberlin...closely examine how this kind of anger, called passive-aggressive, can undermine sufferers and their relationships and make life generally miserable.—Publishers Weekly
The revision of this book unravels common denominators, teaches how to spot and be assertive with such people, deals with all ages and both genders, and offers specific suggestions for helping professionals who work amid mixed messages and noncompliants.—Counseling Today
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