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Never once did I question his lack of relationship with his family.

Or the fact that he didn’t have any long-standing friendships.

Recently, I have been dating a girl who leaves me puzzled often and sends mixed signals all of the time. behavior other than the usual stuff you hear on tv. So here's my story: We first met last summer, went on a few dates, but ultimately decided just to be friends.

I am wondering if she has a passive-aggressive personality disorder. I started researching the subject on the web the last few days, but am unable to find the information I'm looking for. That whole situation is a long one, so I won't get into it right now. Then out of thing air, she contacted me online and we began chatting again.

But I truly believe it is the bottom-dweller of behavior.

It's the skulking, cowardly, manipulative way to get what you want or get out of doing what you don't want. Passive aggressive behavior can manifest in many ways but has the common feature of non-verbal negativity, resistance, and confusion.

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As an adult, it makes sense that I would choose a man who mirrored what I had grown up witnessing.

These are examples of passive-aggressive behavior — a strange sort of non-action powered by an assortment of negative emotions, motivations, or downright hostility.

I don't know about you, but I can't stand passive-aggressive behavior — not that I haven't used it myself on occasion.

It can manifest itself as learned helplessness, procrastination, stubbornness, resentment, sullenness, or deliberate/repeated failure to accomplish requested tasks for which one is (often explicitly) responsible.

It is a defense mechanism, and (more often than not) only partly conscious.