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How to Stop Your Passive Aggression and Improve Your Marriage Now!
New Program directed to men using passive aggression at home, proposes ways to improve communication and develop better emotional connections. It helps men own their past challenges, stop reproducing them here and now, and free the wife from guilt.
The program helps men stop their passive aggressive behaviors using a process that helps understand and heal the pain of the original situations that caused them.
Using passive aggression in a marriage can be the most frustrating experience for the wife who expects intimacy and gets the silent treatment and emotional unavailability instead.
This newly designed package is addressed to the husband directly. It aims to give him the insights to understand what is in their upbringing motivating his use of passive aggression.
A passive aggressive husband who has not yet given up on his marriage and wants to make amends can learn what the mental paths are that have created the conditions where this behavior is the only course of action to bring about a positive change.
The package includes a book, with a list of great strategies to change and also an accompanying workbook, complete with exercises that will help those suffering from passive aggression, to tailor the book's strategies to their own life.
Creative Conflict Resolutions has earned worldwide recognition as being a specialized relationship coaching expert, while they have also been acknowledged for teaching people the art of developing as individuals as they grow in their relationships.
The team has taken it upon themselves to offer direct solutions for managing passive aggression in the home; and while in the past their books focused on how wives of passive aggressive husbands could take control of their life, the new system: ‘The Six-Step System to Stop Your Passive Aggression and Save Your Marriage’ targets directly a passive aggressive husband so that they can own their part in improving the relationship.
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