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Passive aggressive behavior was first defined clinically by colonel william menninger during world war ii in the context of mens reaction to military compliance menninger described soldiers who were not openly defiant but expressed their aggressiveness by passive measures such as pouting stubbornness procrastination inefficiency and passive obstructionism due to what menninger saw as an immaturity and a reaction to routine military stress. By signe whitson lsw on september 01 2018 in passive aggressive diaries savvy professionals use these skills to defuse the hostility of passive aggressive communication in the workplace. Passive aggressive behavior is a pattern of indirectly expressing negative feelings instead of openly addressing them theres a disconnect between what a passive aggressive person says and what he or she does. The term passive aggressive is defined as the unassertive expression of negative sentiments feelings of anger and resentfulness so instead of verbally or physically expressing frustration or . Passive aggressive definition is being marked by or displaying behavior characterized by the expression of negative feelings resentment and aggression in an unassertive passive way as through procrastination and stubbornness how to use passive aggressive in a sentence
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