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Managing Passive-Agressive Behavior of Children and Youth at School and Home

The Angry Smile

by Nicholas James Long

  • 140 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Pro ed .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Medical,
  • Education,
  • Oppositional defiant disorder,
  • Oppositional defiant disorder in adolescence,
  • Oppositional defiant disorder in children,
  • Popular works,
  • Problem children,
  • Problem youth

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11272955M
    ISBN 100890798737
    ISBN 109780890798737

    Long, Nicholas James, Managing passive-aggressive behavior of children and youth at school and home. 2nd ed.   Mom gives 8-year old son a simple writing assignment as a consequence for his aggressive behavior. He is to write “I will not hit or kick my sister” 15 times on a piece of paper: Then, the 8-year old son counters in this most passive-aggressive way: “I .

      Their behavior can cause difficulties at home, at school, and socially. Passive aggressive children and adults are relatively unaware of their own behavior. As children, passive aggressive behavior leads them to be resistant to many requests, even . Managing passive-aggressive behavior of children and youth at school and home: the angry smile by Nicholas James Long (Book).

    The Angry Smile: The New Psychological Study of Passive-Aggressive Behavior at Home, at School, in Marriage & Close Relationships, in the Workplace & Online. By Jody E. Long PhD; Nicholas J. Long, PhD; Signe Whitson, LSW, C-SSWS. Published by Life Space Crisis Intervention, ISBN: .   The Angry Smile offers insights for understanding passive aggressive behavior and step-by-step advice for dealing with covertly hostile people. Easy-to-read with clearly written dialogue, The Angry Smile offers real-world examples and practical tools for effectively managing .


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Posted Engaging a passive-aggressive person in the same way you engage everyone else is like swimming against a riptide. You need a whole new strategy. Is someone in your family passive-aggressive.

Maybe even worse, are you. Here are 5 ways to spot a passive-aggressive and how to engage. Spotting: 1. Hidden Anger or Bitterness. Excellent comprehensive overview of passive aggressive behaviors and it’s causes.

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personal examples of passive-aggressive behavior in school and at home. As we analyzed these examples, a new and exciting theoretical explanation of passive-aggressive behavior emerged.

In the past 7 years, a new generation of Angry Smile seminars has been born, thanks to interest in the book and to our close ties with Life Space Crisis.

By translating the concepts and insights from the book, Managing Passive-Aggressive Behavior of Children and Youth at School and Home: The Angry Smile (Long & Long, ), now there is an effective reclaiming strategy for working with future passive-aggressive students.

Randy asks Signe for a working definition of passive-aggressive behavior, what it looks like in a school setting and generally how to recognize it.

To answer, Signe refers to her book, The Angry Smile, a work which examines passive-aggressive behavior in children, adolescents, and adults within families, school settings, and workplaces.

Completed my Master of Learning Innovation with QUT. Have worked with youth for over 20 years and specifically teaching youth at risk for over 10 years. In Canada, I taught Primary and a Secondary students, was the Director of a Federal Government Internship Program for At Risk Youth and was a Deputy Principal of an Alternative High School.

The author suggests that by translating the concepts and insights from the book. "Managing Passive-Aggressive Behavior of Children and Youth at School and Home: The Angry Smile" (Long & Long, ), we now have an effective reclaiming strategy for working with future passive-aggressive students.

Managing passive-aggressive behavior of children and youth at school and home: The angry smile is a book dedicated to educating parents and teachers about passive-aggressive behaviors in children and youth.

Previously published as: Long, Nicholas, Managing passive-aggressive behavior of children and youth at school and home, © Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: What is passive aggression?.

In book: Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology Managing passive-aggressive behavior of children and youth at school and home: The angry smile. N. Long; J. Long; Passive-aggression: A guide for.If this is a result of work-related stress, problems at home, or a procrastinating personality, then it might not be a case of passive-aggressive behavior.

But if it is frequent and not obviously.Led by co-author Signe Whitson, this course teaches participants to understand passive aggressive behavior from its development to its five distinct and increasingly pathological levels.

It provides specific strategies for changing responses to passive aggression and confronting the behavior in order to bring about lasting change.