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Next, maladaptive perfectionists had significantly higher Confrontative and Accepting Responsibility scores than nonperfectionists (Cohen's d = .
They become rather close business friends and frequently find confrontative issues distasteful, or at best they deal with them in a very subtle and political fashion.
stealing, lying, and truancy) and overt, confrontative behaviors (i.
Is it progress when the Catholic Theological Society of America abandons its 1996 role as confrontative agent of change in a church being destroyed by absolutist power-brokers and opts for foundational debates that take the pressure off the essential justice issues of gender equality and gay liberation?
Paul is a very controversial figure, sometimes warm and loving, sometimes abrasive and confrontative.
Thus, in contrast to hostage events, the police should handle nonhostage incidents using a low-profile containment scheme that is less confrontative and demonstrates peaceful intentions.
The human being in Tao' is a harmonious and united relationship with other human beings and with nature instead of a confrontative and competitive one.
The defiance toward custodians when they're reminded they're trespassing - the responses are very confrontative,'' Brown said.
In fact, in this situation managers reported using confrontation messages more frequently than any other message type, but over 70% of these were only mildly or moderately confrontative.
When he returns, Minke finds that his indirect, respectful challenge of unjust colonial laws has been replaced by the confrontative, antagonistic methods of his younger followers.
She responds, not as the paranoid, shrinking creature of the first encounter, but as something of a powerhouse, confrontative, debate ready.
Terminating someone's employment is a confrontative act, but does not need to be vindictive.