Your community here is consistently considerate and generous with its time, and I wonder if some of you would be willing to tackle a few questions, as many or as few as you like. Any insight you can offer would be appreciated.
∙ Are you passive-aggressive? When you're upset with someone close to you, but with whom you don't necessarily have regular contact, are you likely to tell them what's bothering you?
∙ If you think someone is upset with you, how do you usually react? Would you initiate contact to ask what (if anything) is wrong, or wait for the other party to come to you if there's a problem? How often do you assume there's a problem but it turns out to be nothing?
∙ If you were to abruptly stop corresponding with someone, what would be the most likely reason(s) for that?
∙ Which bothers you more, people who are too clingy and personal or people who are too detached and indifferent?
∙ If someone accidentally did something to upset you, what would be a good way for the person to make amends?
Thanks for any help you can offer.