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________ may likely lead to aggressive behavior. A. Sadness B. Complacency C. Irritability D. All of the above
C. Irritability may likely lead to aggressive behavior.
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All of the above- would be the right answer. Sadness, complacency, irritability all lead to to aggressive behavior.
1. Individuals with passive-aggressive behavior suffer from insecurity, complacency, resentment and fear. To recognize and change their behavior is a personal challenge, which may take time, effort and patience. (
2. hostile, aggressive behavior is often masked with complacency.
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