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Or this part of him may be angry at you for things you said that hurt him.
However, he doesn't feel that he has any right to feel this way, so it all goes underground out of his consciousness.
You can even make a point of being explicitly accepting and reassuring to him. I have found that sometimes when a man is being passive-aggressive, his wife may, in fact, be too invested in having things her way. So if you are reading this article because your husband is passive-aggressive, I advise you to consider if you are being too controlling.
You may inadvertently be triggering his angry and rebellious parts by the way you make demands, or by your expectation that you know best (and he’d better do what you want).
If he has enough awareness, talk with him to get a better sense of what he might be afraid of.
This will help you be aware of times when you unintentionally trigger his fears.
For example, if he is afraid of being judged or rejected if he doesn’t please you, be on the lookout for anything you might say that contains any hint of criticism or dismissal.
This is a common dynamic for couples—passive-aggressive men and controlling women.
If you have a Controlling Pattern, you may be able to contribute to a resolution of this difficulty by exploring what is behind your need to have things your way and changing your Controlling Pattern.
One of my faults is that I can sometimes be impulsive, but I’ll put that impulsiveness to good use here by giving you the punch line first: Passive-aggressive people know that they’re passive-aggressive, so all you need to do is point it out to them when it happens!
If your partner is Passive-Aggressive, there are some things you can do to minimize this tendency in him.
One is to refrain from behavior or communication that appears to be controlling, demanding, or entitled.