PRLog - Aug. 11, 2014 - FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Most of marriage conflicts are generated by communication gaps, affecting all areas of the relationship. Both partners have different styles and expectations about when, how much, in what style should they address each other, including how they connect sexually with each other. If you add controlling behaviors, then the battle is ongoing.
We can see controlling passive aggressive behaviors appearing in all parts of married life: daily life, child rearing, financial planning and sexual life. Living in a passive aggressive marriage means that couples have to solve this challenge in a creative way or risk having a sexless marriage.
In their popular Kindle book, “Escaping the Sexless Marriage: A Practical Manual to Bring Back Intimacy and Trust into a Passive Aggressive Marriage," the relationship experts at Creative Conflict Resolutions, Inc bring a wealth of information about the causes of this behavior, and explain what can be done to restore a more satisfactory connection between the partners.
The author, Dr Nora Femenia begins by studying childhood experiences, coming up with 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 care-taker.
Finding the original cause for the behavior reduces the hostility resulting from sexual frustration, because now they can see the resistance to sexual intimacy as based on a very early mindset and not as the result of a conscious decision to isolate and frustrate their spouse in the sexual arena. Having the husband owning this fact allows him to find a way of managing his own responses better and so to redress the damage done to the relationship.
Creative Conflict Resolutions is promoting their efforts to help the passive aggressive man heal the behaviors that are causing pain and frustration in his marriage, through the publication of this book sold here:
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