I like these expressions @zekkoWhen I was in my 20s, I was even somewhat prone to violence. Now that I'm older, I feel like I know better.
That aside, for the most part I go for what I want, so I don't really consider myself passive.
Passive doesn’t mean wimps. Those prone to violence early on are mostly passive. Anger, misused is passive. Controlled anger is far more assertive and extremely dangerous.
It’s calculated and ends in a finality. Every fight I’ve been in, ended in a finality.
Men prone to anger easily are passive. It’s an emotional response to a set of circumstances.
This could be a very powerful asset if one could harness it and use it. Very powerful. I can already think of some things for that frame.It's men who are in the other passive quadrant - the expressives are predisposed to use emotionalism as the main driver in their interactions as opposed to rationality.
Damn good post.