"Finally, You Can Break Free From The
Passive Aggressive Spell!"

Discover The Secret That Will Liberate You From The Painful Feelings Created by Your Partner's Passive Aggressive Behavior!

Fort Lauderdale,

Tuesday, July 29th

My Dear friend,

How often do you look at a happy couple and feel a pang in your chest? You watch them as they gaze into each others' eyes and playfully steal a kiss. A faint smile crosses your lips as you remember the good times you had with your partner and your heart wonders where they went…

Do you sometimes feel alone when the one you love is beside you? Do you sleep in the same bed, but feel miles apart? Are you afraid of expressing your true feelings for fear your partner will become angry or isolate himself into his shell?

What would you give to reclaim those carefree feelings you had when you first fell in love with your partner, to be able to easily express yourself and have open, honest communication again? What would you do if the fear was gone?

We all know couples who seem to have unlocked the secret of finding and maintaining a loving relationship. And, my guess is you’d like to be one of them... You are not alone!

Have you ever found yourself in situations like these?

"Every time we got close, he pulled further away. I could SEE it happening. We'd seem to grow closer and closer, which made him feel invaded, so he'd push me away. I'd try to get nearer and he'd back away. It was a vicious cycle. If I complained, he would blame ME, saying it was my 'behavior' that drove him away."

"I think he loves me somehow and that makes it harder to cut the cord. But, if I keep holding on to the HOPE…the never-ending HOPE that things will improve, I will be in this same emptiness for ever. I need help to let go of him."

"I realized I could do anything for him but it might not matter, because nothing really changes. He is passive aggressive and I've never knew how to deal with him along those lines. I've always been thrown into the cycle of hurt and abuse, instead.

Sound familiar? If so, you may be in a relationship with a passive aggressive person. A person with passive aggressive behavior might exhibit some of the following characteristics:

  • Your partner will procrastinate, leave work undone, or "forget" to fulfill his share of tasks.
  • When asked about his problems, this person will make excuses or blame others.
  • He is often found to omit information or lie; if confronted, his temper easily flares.
  • He may be more prone to cheating in a long-term relationship or marriage.
  • He may deny his behavior or claim he has good intentions.
  • He denies his emotions and has a lack of commitment.
  • He instigates arguments for any reason.

If you think you are in a relationship with a passive aggressive person - there is help! You don't have to suffer the pain, humiliation, and sadness one day longer.

 

Passive aggresive book

 

Read the following unsolicited testimony about how Judith and Mary overcome their difficult relationships.

Two Friends Meet For Coffee

After months, my friend Mary and I met for coffee. We spent hours catching up on each others' lives, talking about jobs, husbands, and kids. It was almost like old times, but something was different in Mary. Finally, she admitted she was depressed. She said she had done everything she could for her husband, but she felt stressed by his unloving behavior and was overwhelmed at the negative turn of their relationship.

"I’m so confused," she admitted. "I can't talk to him anymore. He blames me for everything that is wrong and I feel guilty all of the time. I’m so alone, Judith. What am I doing wrong?"

I wanted to shout out to her, "It's not your fault! Don’t blame yourself!"

But, she wouldn't have heard me. She continued with her laundry list of negative interactions and expressed guilt at not being able to solve her husband’s problems. Time and time again he blamed her for his misery. He withheld love when he was unhappy or angry, and so she felt very isolated.

"He tells me he loves me, Judith, and I believe he does. He just doesn't show it," Mary exclaimed. "Last week I spent two hours making his favorite dinner and I bought an expensive wine. I was so excited at the thought of spending a romantic night with him." I saw a tear form in her eye. "He came home from work hours late. He didn't call. When I asked him why he was late, he yelled at me for "hounding him!" I just wanted one night with him, without the kids, so we could reconnect. It didn't work," she gulped.

My mind was racing with suggestions on how she could change her situation. I really wanted to help my friend, and I thought I knew how I could.

"Well," I told her. “You would not believe what has happened in my life since we last talked. Do you remember the problems I had with my boss? They were similar to yours. I never said anything to him either when he lashed out.”

Mary looked up and caught my eye, "Yes, you were in the same situation.”

She looked SO SAD. I felt my heart breaking for her. She sighed, "Did you do anything about it?"

I reached across the table and took her hand as I told her, “I made a decision that changed my life! It took me a long time, but, I am SO glad I did something!”

I finally had her attention. She looked hopeful. "What did you do?" She asked me.

"I fought back," I told her…"Just not the way he does!" I laughed. “Look, I did some research. I knew I wasn’t the only person out there who had a negative boss, or who had to deal with passive aggressive people. I found this amazing e-book that offers suggestions on how to respond in any situation. Mary, it is such a relief to know that now when he says something to me, I know how to respond!”

Mary looked shocked. "I grew up learning that to be a good person I had to listen to other people’s problems and let them vent…I never questioned that I could respond any differently!"

I nodded in agreement. "I know, Mary. But, after years of giving into his ranting, and letting him accuse me or blame me for things I couldn’t control, I was feeling, well…worthless. I decided I wasn’t going to take it anymore! I was going to respect myself, and not let him abuse me one more day."

Mary looked suspicious. "So, how did this e-book help? Didn’t he just get angrier when you tried to defend yourself?"

"Well, I smiled thinking about my boss’s reaction the first time I said something back to him, "in the beginning, yea! But, I’m not helpless anymore. Now, I know what to say to protect myself. By being silent I was empowering him to continue his abuse, and every day I was feeling more helpless and less in control of myself."

Mary was not convinced. "Well, what can I do? I love my husband, and I don't want to leave him. Honestly, Judith, I am scared he’ll react even more negatively towards me, and it is bad enough already.”

"I understand why you are afraid, Mary." I told her. What I am learning though, is the difference between being assertive and being aggressive. You can be assertive and still be a nice person. It is like you just said, we were taught be nice, to give in to others, to make others want to “like us.” We never learned how to assert ourselves and defend ourselves. It’s no wonder we don’t know how to respond in this kind of passive aggressive situations!

"And, you learned this?" Mary was getting excited.

"Incredible, I know." I told her. “This e-book is the single most valuable investment I have ever made in myself. It is prepared by a life coach who offers real-life situations and realistic responses. You can read a section, study the recommended tips, and then when the time comes, apply them to your life. It is reassuring to know I can defend myself without being aggressive myself while denouncing his destructive behavior. I feel more confident and more self-assured,” I told her. “I know it sounds crazy, but I feel safe and secure. I am happier at work because I am not afraid of his reactions anymore. I really wish you’d try it, Mary. I am convinced it would help you just like it helped me!”

She looked at me and I saw a glimpse of my old friend. “You know, I AM going to try it. Something has to change and if it worked for you…”

“It WILL work for you, too!” I told her.

"So, tell me how I can get my hands on this magical book."

Go Ahead…Break the Rules

Are you struggling to find some basic peace, trust and happiness in your current relationships?

  • Do you crave open, honest communication with your partner?
  • Do you think you could have a good amount of respect if you only understood the other person better?
  • Do you want to discover happiness and learn the secrets happy couples everywhere have already learned?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions it is time to learn how to control your future and discover the secrets to reclaiming your full love life. If you feel trapped in an unhappy relationship, or if you are tired of useless confrontations with your loved one, it is time to make a change.

"I wish I had know from the beginning what I know now. I feel things would have been so different, and neither of us would have suffered the amount of pain, drama and humiliation we did, especially me, since "everything was my fault" , according to him, of course. I was the perfect personality type to be the victim for a passive aggressive boyfriend, as my mother is passive aggressive, too.
Ironically, this has been the cause of my painful inability to establish a positive self-esteem and find happiness in my life. I feel so blessed to have found this book. Nora, you are a great coach. I now have permission to fight back! The awareness you have given me has changed my life. I am no longer a victim to passive aggressive people, and it feels wonderful!"

- Denise Withers, Pennsylvania

 

No Matter What They Say, It's Not All Your Fault..

As young girls we were taught to put our needs behind the needs of others. We saw our mothers do it, we saw our mothers’ mothers do it. It was selfless and kind, while there were no warranties that you would be happy this way. But now you need the tools to assert yourself while earning respect from other people.

Do you remember the most common "life rules " that you learned at home?

  • Take care of others before yourself.
  • Disregard your own feelings to make your family happy.
  • Don't complain when you are upset.
  • You can't have your own life – your life is with your family.
  • Don't be confrontational to your partner or other family members.
  • Overlook harmful behavior from your partner because he is stressed.

Does it sound familiar?

Along my entire life I heard some variation or other of these "Life Rules." And, sadly, for almost four decades, I believed them to be the way to deal with others!

But, they ARE NOT true!!!.

  • YOU are an individual person, and have your own, valid needs.
  • YOU are worthy of respect and love.
  • And, YOU have the ability to shape your life – in ANY WAY you choose!

You saved my marriage!

My husband of twenty years is a passive aggressive person, and it was very difficult to live with him. He wouldn't remember any of my good aspects, but only the negative ones. It seemed that nothing was ever good enough for him. He had unrealistic expectations, and could only see things in "black or white." He would forget promises, make decisions without consulting me, and be very abusive. He blamed me for everything, called me names, and yelled at me. However, I was the only person he would treat like this. He wouldn't do it with ANYONE ELSE! After years it became too much humiliation for me. I couldn't cope with the sadness anymore. I felt hopeless and alone. I believed I had two options for my life; stay in an unhappy marriage, or leave my husband.

Then, I read your e-book. And I stopped blaming him, and saw that I had to learn new tricks!

You provided me with simple, easy-to-follow solutions that were on-target and applicable to my situation. I learned exact phrases I could use when communicating with him...and, they worked! I was desperate to develop a better relationship with my husband. And, now, thanks to you, I have a more loving, respectful marriage than ever before! Thank you! Thank you! Your e-book saved my marriage and I have never been happier!

Ann Marie Bellinghouse
Montreal , Quebec , CA

The 10 Secrets…Revealed

By tonight YOU will know how to:

  • Preserve your self-confidence and improve your self-esteem.
  • Focus specifically on your needs and desires.
  • Manage confrontational situations with poise and assurance.
  • Express yourself in an assertive way, without losing credibility or respect.
  • Negotiate difficult issues with confidence and ease.
  • Maintain and respect your beliefs.
  • Validate your anger and frustrations without letting these feelings control you.
  • Avoid being the "savior" of destructive personalities.
  • Take better care of yourself.
  • Strengthen your support system.

You don't have to feel overwhelmed, confused, or hurt one more day! Now you can have the tools you need to function in a difficult relationship. If a person you love reacts to you in a passive aggressive way, there is help. You can learn how to respond to them, how to react in any situation, and how to enjoy your life again !

Instead of lying in bed at night only wishing for him to change – you can be the instrument of change! By knowing what to expect and how to respond, you will have the confidence you need to make life-altering adjustments in your relationships. You will be happier. He will be happier. You will experience more peace and control.

By mastering these skills you will never again be a victim to passive aggressive behavior. You can finally free yourself of the emotional roller coaster ride you've been on; you can learn to trust yourself again, and you can feel, once and for all, truly happy with your life.

But, only read this eBook if you are ready for a change. Are you prepared to release your own pent-up resentment and anger? Are you ready to stop waiting for him to change, and to take control of your relationship moving it into a whole new direction? If so, this e-book is for you, because there WILL BE change. Your relationship will be different. You will feel secure. You will look forward to a happy future with the person you love. Are you ready for this kind of change?

Breaking the Passive Aggressive Spell

Do you often feel like you don't deserve full happiness in your love life? In the midst of an aggressive situation do you find yourself accepting what is being said as the truth? Do you feel guilty after an argument or try to think of what you could have done differently? Have you ever thought, “What if I could only give more attention, more care, more of my time? Then, everything will be ok and he will love me.”

If you have ever thought this, then you are under the Passive Aggressive Spell. One day you are happy and contently living the relationship of your dreams. You love him, he loves you. You know what to expect in your relationship. Then, one day…BAM! He reacts to you with a lot of hostility, not related to the here and now, and you feel confused and hurt. Maybe things get back to normal for a while, and then it happens again. And, just when you feel you have made progress in your relationship your partner suddenly, and without provocation, withdraws from you and retreats into hostile silence. The cycle continues, with episodes occurring more frequently, until you feel lost and alone. He promises to change, so when he reverts to his old ways you feel dejected, let down, and alone…again and again.

The more frequently you experience the ups and downs of a passive aggressive relationship, the more you accept it. Doubts will seep into your mind about the validity of his words and you will wonder if you -perhaps- deserve this treatment. You will feel guilty because you can't make your partner happy and you will question his love for you.

What is the cost of this emotional tidal wave?

Your self-esteem takes the toll, and the price is very high!

Maybe you recall some of the “Life Rules” we mentioned earlier… Put others before yourself, hide or conceal your true feelings for the happiness of others, don't be confrontational, overlook harmful behavior from your partner because he is stressed.

These are antiquated and old-fashioned ideas, and they do not make you or your partner happier in a relationship. They make you feel inferior, emotionally drained, confused, and manipulated. Every time you give in to passive aggressive behavior you lose a piece of yourself. You forfeit a piece of your confidence and your self-esteem.

Have you tried to have a candid conversation with your partner, only for it backfire or escalate into a full-blown argument? Instead of understanding and compassion you are met with accusations, verbal abuse, or deafening silence. Or, perhaps he seems to understand. He feels regretful for his actions and reaches out to you. You eagerly accept this act of apology because you are starving for the affection and attention you once had in your relationship. You think everything will return to normal. You are once again, hooked by the passive aggressive spell because eventually his loving behavior subsides and you are once again confronted with anger and aggression. You fear confrontation and slowly you become more and more a victim of passive aggressive behavior.

You are not alone.

Meet Natasha Taylor from Baton Rouge , Louisiana

Hi. My name is Natasha Taylor. I'd hate to think of what my life would be like today if I hadn't purchased “Recovering from Passive Aggression.” I had been in a relationship with my boyfriend for almost 10 years. We grew up together. Our families were friends. He was my high-school sweetheart. For years everything was perfect – or, as perfect as it could be for two teenagers. But, we were very much in love. Our carefree lives seemed to revolve around each other.

Then, when we married and had children, something in his personality changed. He became more aggressive, more easily agitated, and less loving. It was only a slight difference at first. I thought it was because of post-college stress. I made excuses for his behavior. He was like a miniature version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Some days he would be the normal, loving man I had known for so many years, and other days he was a complete stranger to me. One night it escalated into a huge argument, and I knew I had to do something to change our relationship. He was angry and his temper flared so violently that I was afraid he might hit me. For the first time in my life I was scared of him.

The next day I started researching passive aggressive behavior. That is when I found this e-book. It offered a three-month trial and a full 100% money-back guarantee. What did I have to lose?

I downloaded the book and in minutes was learning valuable information I knew would change my life. Things have never been better for my boyfriend and me. I am not sure what the future holds for us, but I know I can now expect that we move forward with a loving, respectful, and caring attitude towards one another, and I know that it is all thanks to the information I learned in this e-book. Nothing less will do for me!

Thank you so much!

Natasha Taylor – Baton Rouge , Louisiana

 

Recognizing the Signs before it's too late..

Repetitive interactions with a passive aggressive person can leave you feeling emotionally drained, dejected, and distressed. So, how do you know if the relationships in your life are causing your unhappiness? There are indicators that point to passive aggressive behavior and its hidden anger as one heavy influence in your own moods. In order to accurately judge your relationships it is important for you to recognize the signs.

They include:

  • Unexpected, unprovoked outbursts that are disproportionate to the issue.
  • Isolation or pouting, or retreating into his world.
  • He is oblivious to your feelings.
  • Ignoring or blocking you from communication.
  • Being sensitive and caring one minute; acting aggressive the next.

These behaviors are not only confusing and hard to accept, but they damage your confidence and self-esteem. The vicious passive aggressive cycle can take its toll on you, slowly altering your personality, until you barely recognize your own actions. You feel depressed, you might cry or yell more often than before, and you feel out of control.

"My husband of 15 years is verbally and emotionally abusive. About six months ago I realized he is passive aggressive. He criticizes me, complains about everything, and insults me. He doesn't listen but responds to me with abusive anger, gives me the silent treatment, or blames and accuses me for our problems. He does not admit he is an abuser, but blames me for causing annoyance to him."

Belinda - Akron , Ohio

If you think passive aggressive behavior is the cause of your unhappy situation there are steps you can take to manage its impact on your life. You can learn the conflict resolution skills you need to manage your life again.

Do you want to deepen your relationship with your loved one? Do you want to stop the confusion you feel about your love life? Do you want to regain some of the connection you had when you first fell in love? Of course you do! And, you can learn how today by following the easy steps outlined in this e-book.

If you are ready to break free of the chains of emotional bondage, if you are tired of feeling humiliated and alone, if you are ready to take control of your emotional well-being once and for all, then this e-book is for you.

Do you want to hear more?

"My head feels confused and my thoughts are consumed with concerns about his behavior, attitude, and actions. I am trying to deal with it. I have read other books and internet sites but I end up with conflicting messages. Some say "set limits" others say "remain passive."  Remaining passive seems to work best with my husband. If I try to set limits it only gives him more reason to abuse me. He rants and raves and throws things at me. If I agree with him, then he doesn't have a chance to turn on me. If I disagree with him, he can't take it and reacts more abusively. I am beginning to wonder if he is worth it. I planned to stay with him, but I don't want his abusiveness to ruin my life.  We have five young children, which makes it tougher to deal with, because I'm afraid they will learn to behave in this horrible way also....What can I do?"

Sylvia Britt, Brattleboro, Vt.

Are you ready to learn how to negotiate and communicate with your loved one like never before? Can you see that NOW is the time you have been waiting for to make that change? If the seemingly non-stop confrontational episodes have taken their toll on you and you are prepared to fight back for the love of your life, then this e-book will show you the way.

Your Options are Now Open..

How many times have your friends said, “Just leave the guy?” Easy solution, right? Well, not if you still are in love with him. While your friends might have your best interest in mind when they offer advice, they aren't in your position, and they can't provide guidance objectively. You know your true feelings for this person. You know you have seen him at his best, and you know he can be that person again. Making a break from a passive aggressive person is one solution. But, if you are committed to your relationship, you need to have options! You must take control of your relationship today. You must learn how to deal with passive aggressive people so they can't torment your relationships anymore. You don't have to be a victim of your love life one more day!

In your heart you know you should learn the skills you need to use in order to be secure and confident in your relationships. You should discover how to be assertive without being aggressive. You should identify ways to defend yourself against difficult people. This process of retraining yourself and breaking old habits might take time, but the results will show through in your recovered relationships and your improved self-esteem.

“Recovering from Passive Aggression" is awesome! I learned some really cool things about human nature and interpersonal relationships. I was able to see myself in some of the examples, and learn what I was doing to damage some of my best relationships. This e-book discusses hidden insecurities we all have and taught me ways to deal with my own issues, and how to interact with others in conflict situations!”

Karen Amos , Washington DC.

You don't have to go through this alone!

The childhood notion of “happily ever after” has been ingrained in our spirits from birth. Fairy tales and love stories taught us that hard work, dedication, and true love could overcome any obstacle. As we matured we were faced with the harsh reality that life doesn't imitate the big screen. But, think for a moment about your favorite fairy tale or love story. How does the heroine finally overcome her obstacles and achieve true happiness?

She had help. And, now so do you. You don't have to go through this alone. “Recovering from Passive Aggression” was designed and written by a relationship expert and a professional coach who are eager to help you on your journey to “happily ever after.” They will coach and guide you through your journey of self-discovery, while providing vital solutions to your most serious questions. They will help you navigate the deep changes you are seeking in your life and show you the way to a brighter tomorrow.

“Recovering from Passive Aggression”

This e-book explains the intricate dance involved in living or working with a passive aggressive person and offers useful solutions to dealing with difficult situations as they arise.

You will be guided through positive conflict management strategies that are applicable to your current situation. You will be offered tips for adjusting the influence your partner has in your relationship. You will begin to identify the messages your partner is sending regarding his personal motivations and deep-rooted fears, and you will understand how to cope with various lifestyle changes. You will finally know - once and for all - how to break the passive aggressive spell using some ideas from positive conflict resolution. As you implement new techniques you will see a gradual change in your life. Your partner will respond to you differently. You will both see an increased happiness and value in your relationship..

You will feel like a new person!

 

Meet Your Coaches

Nora Femenia:

During my 20 years as a clinical psychologist, and again after earning my PhD in Conflict Resolution, I found myself consistently trying to answer the same question. “Why do people tear down the same relationship they fought to create?”

Again and again my patients would describe the vicious cycle they experienced with their loved ones…insurmountable pressure, humiliation and insecurities, feelings of worthlessness. I wanted to devise a strategy that would allow my patients to reclaim their self-esteem and confidence while dealing with the inevitable challenges life presents.

Mainstream problem solving techniques were complex and difficult to follow. They weren't offering realistic problem-solving solutions, but rather, were serving as a band-aid to a bigger problem. No one in my field was telling women how they could fight back in a loving way and take control of the situation by implementing positive, solution-based actions.

As I continued to meet with patients struggling with their relationships, I realized it was time for a field change. I threw myself into research. I investigated lots of reading materials, I listened to hundreds of patients, and I opened communication lines with people from various backgrounds. In the end I was left with one single, powerful concept.

We must learn how to constantly HEAL AND REPAIR our relationships. We have been programmed to either fight or quit when a relationship becomes strained. We needed to learn how to cure our ailing relationships, not run from them. If we aren't working to heal our relationships then we aren't using the right tools to build strong, healthy, long lasting connections, based on mutual love and respect.

The competition-based theory that life produces winners and losers is detrimental to a positive relationship. When one partner exerts power in an effort to control or manipulate the other, and the other partner accepts it, happiness is diminished. Unless both partners are encouraged to maintain their self-respect and dignity, love will not prosper.

The turning point in my research occurred when I finally heard what my patients weren't saying. I realized they were craving support, understanding, and compassion from their partners. But, they had forgotten that the source of their power lie inside them. They were seeking permission to be themselves…permission to reassert their values and reclaim the respect and self-value they needed for a happy life.

At that point I began developing the tools they could use to accomplish this goal. They want to be happy. They want to be happy with their current partner. I strove to find the perfect solution that would transform a relationship from a damaged, unhappy state, into one of reciprocal cooperation. No longer was there a need for winners or losers. There was only room for mutual help, understanding, and respect.

Once the solution was discovered it was compiled into an easy-to-use action plan called, “Passive Aggressive Action Steps.” These techniques, which are now available in the “Recovering from Passive Aggression” e-book, are the same techniques we have used in hundreds of workshops, seminars, web-conferences, and private coaching sessions for more than 20 years. And, they can be yours today.

Neil Warner:

I'm the “relationship guru” on our team, and my main focus is to increase the quality of love-based relationship experiences. You might have heard of my latest e-book, “The Art of Positive Conflict: Transforming Confrontation into Relationship Harmony.” In this ground-breaking guide I offer useful strategies on surviving a difficult relationship with love and compassion. As a previous passive aggressive person in my relationships, I have an invaluable set of information to share. One of my favorite techniques is called “Reflective Listening.” This tool can connect people on a whole new level and break through obstacles of defensiveness and rejection. You don't have to stay in an unhealthy relationship one more minute. Let us share our tools with you today.

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Creative Conflict Resolutions
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