Passive aggression, by definition, is the fine art of being angry without seeming angry.  It’s an inseparable coffee-and-cream swirl of two ingredients: anger and avoidance.  The first, anger—or its cousins annoyance, frustration, and irritation—always bubbles beneath the surface. But trying to suppress anger is like trying to keep a lidContinue Reading Continually forgetting to do something is another sign of passive aggression to watch out for. Some people are generally forgetful, disorganized, or easily distracted, but there are limits to how much forgetting you should put up with if people are otherwise mentally healthy. The reason people deliberately forget, orContinue Reading