How to handle an intimidating person

Try one of these strategies to keep your cool and not sink to the level of the offending party.

This type of passive-aggressive behavior is meant to put you in your place, even though it’s often disguised as reasonable or friendly. You need a good game plan to defend against this type of behavior—or else your self-confidence is going to take a big hit.If you take things personally, it’ll feel like this person is attacking you, and in turn, you’ll trigger a fear response mechanism in your brain.When that happens you tend to make less clear and logical decisions, and you resort to more emotional ones.The page continues to cover ways that aggression can be neutralised through careful communication skills.Finally the page looks at how to cope with the aftermath of aggressive behaviours.

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