Fun Fact: Passive-Aggressive Origin

Fun facts about the United States army

The first major study of passive-aggressive behavior came during World War II. An Army psychiatrist named William C. Menninger noted how many soldiers weren’t openly defiant, but would use clever ways of immaturity to get around following orders.

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