You have received a mixed evaluation; this means that probably you come across as a nice, congenial and connected person (in other people's views), who is always aware that something can go wrong, and is then when you are always ready to retreat.
It's obvious that you need to work on:
Evaluating the risks that you now imagine lurk in interpersonal relationships:
- Is the risk so terrible as it was when you were a child? Can you take it now?
- If you do, can you negotiate a better satisfaction of your own needs?
- Can you minimally identify and work on the other side needs' satisfaction?
Finally, you need to work on your fear of being hurt, and you need to open up. Other people who love you would also be interested in connecting with you as soon as they discover that you know about your "automatic clamming up mechanism" and want to make changes on your usual passive aggressive behaviors.
We have two suggestions for you:
I. We can offer you "The 4 Steps to FREE Your Marriage of Passive Aggression,” where you have included the book: "The Silent Marriage Solution: How stopping passive aggression improves your relationship, and makes your marriage stronger" (a just published text full of change strategies).
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II. Do you think that some phone coaching would help you identify where the changes in your life should happen, and how to get there? Here is the link to definitively taming your isolated passive aggressive behaviors! You can get started any time!
Please note that this is a computer test, and cannot be taken as a definitive evaluation. If you want to discuss your results with one of our coaches, and get ideas and suggestions how to use “The 4 Steps to FREE Your Marriage of Passive Aggression” to improve the quality of your relationships, please visit the coaching site and schedule your coaching session.
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