Author: Muhammad Ashhar

Oppressiveness

A person who is exploitative and despotic during varied life interactions is oppressive. A dictator or pseudo leader normally adopts oppressiveness. Figuratively, an oppressive behavior likes to demand everybody in sight to fall on their knees and submit. Without listening to any word of opposition, the oppressive person wants others to accept his or her methodologies, wrong they may be. Examples of oppressive personalities can also be found at smaller level. Your arrogant boss can be oppressive from time to time, for instance. The major emotional traits of such people are Pride, Hate, & Excessive Self-Importance. ← Submissiveness Click here...

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Submissiveness

A person inclined or ready to submit or yield to the authority of another, unresistingly and meekly, is submissive. A submissive behavior will correspond to others’ wills and projections. Without the expression of any thought of contradiction or unwillingness, the submissive person will simply comply. Such an individual doesn’t normally listen to reason, he or she either forgets about intellect or chooses to disregard it. It’s similar to wearing a leash around one’s neck and granting the leash’s other end to anyone who grabs it. The major emotional traits of such people are: Fear, Anxiety, & Self-doubt. ← Communication Personalities  ...

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