Are You Passive-Aggressive Without Knowing It?

Breaking free from passive-aggressive and co-dependent behaviors improves relationships. We talk about how to say what you mean and mean what you say — with love.


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Mayo Clinic Article
Co-Dependency Recovery

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๐ŸŽ™๏ธ Passive-aggressiveness and co-dependency, while distinct, both impact relationship dynamics profoundly. Passive-aggressiveness involves expressing discontent indirectly, through means like sarcasm or silent treatment, often due to confrontation fears. This approach can lead to unresolved issues and simmering resentment. Conversely, co-dependency involves an excessive emotional or psychological reliance on another, typically in relationships where one partner supports another with an illness or addiction. This results in neglecting one’s own needs to prioritize the other’s, creating an imbalanced relationship. Both patterns highlight the critical need for open communication and healthy boundaries to foster supportive, balanced relationships.