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Do you know any passive aggressive women? Chances are that you come in contact with them every day at work, at the supermarket, and maybe even in your own family. In the workplace, a passive aggressive woman might sabotage your efforts to impress your boss. In a family setting, a passive aggressive woman would gossip about you to family members, but act sweet to your face. In fact, the traits associated with passive aggressive women are quite similar to those of passive aggressive men.
Instead of addressing negative feelings directly, passive aggressive women behave in a more subtle, underhanded way. Furthermore, this passive aggressive behavior is almost always long term, and tends to worsen with time. Passive aggressive women seem to be compliant and happy, but underneath that exterior, they are rather angry and hostile.
Passive aggressive women frequently oppose the demands of others. You may notice that the passive aggressive woman will act out when being told what to do. But since she does not express emotions normally, she acts out in a different way. She will forget to do things on purpose, slack at work and dodge responsibilities, sulk, have a cynical viewpoint, and have a negative attitude. Passive aggressive women often complain of being unappreciated and uncared for. They also become quite resentful and irritable.
Passive aggressive women sometimes see other women as competition, yet competition makes them uncomfortable because they do not like being challenged. In the workplace, a passive aggressive woman could act like she’s happy to help you out, only to complain about you to the boss behind closed doors. In front of you she acts as though she has your best interests in mind, yet she underhandedly sabotages your efforts just to give herself a better chance at moving up at work.
It is important for passive aggressive men and women to work on their communication skills. Communication plays a key role in both a professional career and personal life. Passive aggressive women should practice attentively listening to others and staying calm before reacting. Instead of bottling up their emotions, passive aggressive women should speak to others about what is bothering them. They should always take the time to choose the right words and express themselves intellectually.