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                                Get Coaching Solutions for your Passive Aggression!

       Source: Creative Conflict Resolutions, Inc.
       Dated: Feb. 18, 2013

       The finding and labeling of some communication styles in marriage as "passive aggressive" establish an
       emotional divide that is hard to overcome. Help is offered to overcome the pain of a passive aggressive
       marriage.

       Miscommunication in marriage is a common problem. Often, men are accused of not being “open” enough,
       reserved and isolated, and sometimes, they are labeled as “passive aggressive” by their frustrated wives. Of
       course, this label doesn't improve much the situation, but escalates the conflict.

       Can this situation be improved? Yes! Conflict Coach Nora, of Creative Conflict Resolutions, Inc. can help!
       Through years of research, family mediation and finding innovative solutions that work, Coach Nora has
       helped many men and women repair and strengthen their marriages.

       First, the label of “passive aggression” must be dealt with. How true is it that being reserved,
       non-communicative, and harboring hidden anger is part of a person’s natural personality, (as you believe it
       is) and how much is a conflict-causing trait that you are using without knowing it?

       Coach Nora addresses this question by studying childhood experiences. Her research has led to interesting
       conclusions in the realm of passive aggressive psychology; passive aggression may be largely dependent on
       the attachment model learned within the child’s relationship to his guardian. Can this attachment be
       repaired?

       YES! CCR and Coach Nora are using their findings to help the passive aggressive man heal the behaviors
       that are causing miscommunication and pain in his marriage.

       Husbands accused of, or wondering about, passive aggressive behavior are invited here and now to identify
       damaging styles in their marriages, using CCR tools

       Simply take this free, short, online test on Coach Nora’s new website. The test is an intelligent strategy for
       getting to know your personalized answers and communication style: normal, passive aggressive, or mixed,
       and explaining it to your frustrated partner.

       In the event that some of your behaviors are passive aggressive, you will receive immediate options for
       improvement from Creative Conflict Resolution Inc’s growing collection of resources, such as
       life-changing products, personal coaching from Nora, and community support.

       Creative Conflict Resolutions' purpose is to find the tools which would transform any relationship from a
       damaged, unhappy state, into one of reciprocal cooperation, acceptance, recognition and love. Learn to heal
       your relationships for a better life!

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Industry           Family, Lifestyle
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