Denise Goldberg's blog

Monday, December 23, 2019

a definition

I saw a reference to an article titled The Patterns of High-Conflict People today.

The article was (to me) a good description of the current inhabitant of the White House, an individual who doesn't behave in a manner that fits with the office of president of the United States.

Does the introductory paragraph from the article drawn you in as it did me?

Did you ever meet someone who seemed pleasant enough, until one day they suddenly turned on you and started raging at you for some minor disagreement, blaming you for things you didn’t do, threatening you with public humiliation or demanding that you assist them in criticizing someone else? Such people are often considered to have “high-conflict personalities.”

I encourage you to read the article published on the Thrive-Global web site on February 6, 2018.

Click to The Patterns of High-Conflict People.