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Passive Aggressiveness: When the Bully Plays the Victim

passive aggressive, manipulation, control, mind games, sociopathy, pathological behavior, dysfunctional, borderline, psychology

Remember how Lucy pulled the football away from Charlie Brown each time he went to kick off, thus sabotaging the game? In Lucy’s mind, losing the championship was worth making her teammate look bad. This is a picture of passive-aggressive behavior, which is closely related to mind games, discussed in ...

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Managing Our Anger

Everyone struggles with getting hot under the collar.  Anger is part of being human.  We all have triggers that set us off and make us angry.  We don’t have to work on not getting angry, we have to work on managing our anger instead of it managing us.  What matters ...

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Teen Mental Health

A recent study listed fifteen different behaviors or emotional states  which can surface in the adolescent years. The study, conducted by Baylor University, also brought into account the views and observations of youth and college pastors. This list includes: depression (the highest), followed by pornography, grief/bereavement, anxiety, aggression and anger, ...

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The Abuse Of Women: A Blight On Our Culture

Once again the social evil of abusing women has come into focus with the recent stories of football players in the news. Football is not the issue here, but these accounts are a small picture of this greater “social epidemic” within our culture when it comes to some men having ...

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