Nora Femenia - Archive of Published Articles

Nora Femenia, Ph.D, is the CEO of Creative Conflict Resolutions and the author of the book: "The Art of Living with a Passive Aggressive Husband," a field guide for women that have to deal with passive aggression in their partners. Nora also posts regularly on her blog Creative Conflicts.

About Nora Femenia

Nora Femenia, Ph.D, is the CEO of Creative Conflict Resolutions and the author of the book: "The Art of Living with a Passive Aggressive Husband," a field guide for women that have to deal with passive aggression in their partners. Nora also posts regularly on her blog Creative Conflicts. Visit her blog and join the community to discuss issues related to Conflicts, Relationships and receive also Free her book “Breaking Free From The Silent Treatment.” You are warmly welcomed here, because we care for your happiness!

How can abusers really change?

Frowning Woman Looking at Man

Did You Ask: Can Abusers Really Change? I got thinking about real change and how we can be sure that it is really happening when reading this comment in my last post: "I agree my husband is a product of childhood anger not being release the right … [Read more...]

Hidden roots of passive aggressive anger

The roots of passive aggressive anger are hidden in our early childhood. I tend to do a lot of internet research...perhaps too much. Of my results, I find that I can agree with very little of what is posted out there. Why is this? because most of … [Read more...]

The Four Relationship Killers: do you know them?

The Four Relationship Killers —  Relationship problems are common...And sometimes you have them over and over and over. Now there is a lot of good research on relationship pathologies. So who can provide answers to relationship challenges? Dr. … [Read more...]

Learning how to love and connect, again?

Be Strong & Love Yourself

All this year, working on some issues about how to love and connect, we have developed a line of thinking that goes like this: We all have different humans needs, modulated in the shapes that our attachment provided for us. We all have needs for … [Read more...]

Saying Thank You to a Passive Aggressive Husband?

Could your passive aggressive husband's opposition serve you? In this week, we feel grateful...many people believe it feels good to acknowledge when things go well. To say thank you when people help you or are nice to you.  To express when you … [Read more...]