Some learn this through modeling – this is how my mother coped in her own childhood and her marriage and I do the same. What eggshells are the passive partners walking on.
Some by bouncing off siblings – because my brother was always angry, I decided to cope and get attention by staying under the radar and making no waves. For those easily rattled by transitions, give them a head up. We are so busy trying to figure out what to do with them, what to say to them, how to handle them or what not to say or do. They are so passive and don't even see the stress all of this puts us non-passive people under.
He’s a total sweetheart and for the first time in a long time, I feel very safe. It can feel like you are pushing a rope uphill, or probably more accurately, trying to play tug o’ war with the other side always letting go.Like other parts of our personalities all this originates in our childhood, centered around anxiety. Tunkara began her writing career in 1994 and attended Georgia Perimeter College.Her articles have appeared in "The New Trend," "Atlanta Journal-Constitution," e and Trails Travel.