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The Best Way To Respond To Passive Aggressive People

Well, we ARE in Seattle where passive aggressiveness has been said to be the norm.

I’ve lived here for five years and one of the first things I was warned about was all of the passive aggressive people. Sure, I’ve noticed some of that here but quite honestly, not anymore than any other place I’ve lived.


1. Don’t take the bait.

2. Stay present.

3. Be assertive when talking.

4. Make sure the punishment fits the crime.

5. Understand your audience.


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About AJ

Your afternoon host AJ has been in Seattle for over 5 years and SO much has happened in his life since moving here. He and his wife of 7 years Nicole, had their first baby (Max...he is now 2) and they bought their first home here. When AJ isn't on the air, at a sporting event supporting one of our local teams (ESPECIALLY the Sounders and Seahawks) or hosting an event for one of the organizations that he works with including Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, March For Babies, Susan G Komen and Washington Trails Association, he is more than likely climbing a mountain! "I love everything this place has to offer, from world-class entertainment, to the incredible food to all of its natural beauty with so many amazing mountains and trails at our doorstep! I LOVE the Pacific Northwest and am proud to call it home and do what I love to do with an incredible group of people."