Is That Passive-Aggressive?

Wed Mar 14 2018 (01:00:04)

Is the behavior you're upset about passive-aggressive? Dr. Shaler gives you tips.

Guest: Dr. Ganz Ferrance talks about men and his book, The ME Factor: Your Systematic Guide to Getting What the Hell You Want.

#1 Introduction to Episode 35#2 What is Passive-Aggressive Behavior? 

Dr. Rhoberta Shaler helps you recognize passive-aggressive traits. Her book, Stop! That's Crazy-Making! How To Quit Playing the Passive-Aggressive Game, is also a big help for you to know how to respond in healthier and more effective ways to the sneaky nature of passive-aggressive behavior. 


#3 GUEST: Dr. Ganz Ferrance Part 1

Dr. Ganz wrote his book, The ME Factor, to focus on men--particularly men thirty to fifty years old--and why their stress often goes unnoticed, and why it's important for them to focus on reducing it as early as possible. Cultural conditioning has much to do with it, however, awareness can be the biggest factor. Learn what you need to do to reduce stress--physical, emotional, relationship, career stress, 


#4 GUEST: Dr. Ganz Ferrance Part 2 

How do you strike a balance in life? How can men, in particular, find balance between taking care of themselves and their families and careers? What are the pitfalls? How do you avoid them? What do you need to be aware of to have the life you want?#5 How to Stop Second Guessing Yourself - Dr. Rhoberta Shaler

If you were raised by HijackalsĀ® or were in relationship with one, you are going to be confused. And, the Hijackal is going to do his or her best to keep you confused, uncertain, and preferably, living in emotional chaos. The point: to keep you second-guessing yourself. Learn how to stop now. It can save your sanity!  


#6 Closing 


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Dr. Ganz Ferrance is a Speaker, Author and Registered Psychologist.

For over twenty-five years, Dr. Ganz has been helping individuals, couples, families, and corporations reduce their stress, improve their relationships, and enjoy more success.

Dr. Ganz presents his information in a straightforward, down-to- earth, no-nonsense way and does not present anything that he has not personally put his blood, sweat, and tears into. This approach has made him sought-after in media and as a public speaker. He has been interviewed on Good Morning Canada, and in Psychology Today, Ebony magazines as well as many other radio, TV shows and publications.