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15 Ways to Respond When Someone Gives You the Silent Treatment

form of control or even a type of abuse. Its origins can be manipulative, and unless you cave to their demands, they won’t speak to you.It should also be said that this is childish behavior and something that is commonly observed from younger children who haven’t developed the appropriate communication skills. According to Narcissist Abuse Report, parents often use this tactic with their children when they are trying to gain control of a situation and cannot handle it.Why do people stoop to such juvenile strategies to get their way? Here are some common beliefs of why someone uses this tactic: ADVERTISEMENT Using silent treatment doesn’t always have to be abusive or manipulative.

Some people don’t want the drama. If they fear that an argument will be started by voicing their opinion, then they might just shut down. Avoiding conflict is a common reason why someone might want to remain silent.Some people don’t know how to express their feelings properly.

This individual wants you to know that they’re upset, but they don’t know how to tell you. Other people tend to resort to name-calling or become verbally abusive when they’re mad, so they would rather say nothing at all than hurt you with their words.Using the silent treatment may be a way of punishing you. When someone doesn’t like your actions or something you said, they can use it to gain control over you.

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form of control or even a type of abuse. Its origins can be manipulative, and unless you cave to their demands, they won’t speak to you.It should also be said that this is childish behavior and something that is commonly observed from younger children who haven’t developed the appropriate communication skills. According to Narcissist Abuse Report, parents often use this tactic with their children when they are trying to gain control of a situation and cannot handle it.Why do people stoop to such juvenile strategies to get their way? Here are some common beliefs of why someone uses this tactic: ADVERTISEMENT Using silent treatment doesn’t always have to be abusive or manipulative.
In my 2019 TEDx talk “Relationships After Rape,” I talk about how the trauma of being raped in college affected my life and also offered some advice. I was 18 years old in April 2015 when I was raped. While preparing for the talk, I had thought about including my experience of being sexually assaulted at a young age. I was sexually assaulted when I was 15 years old and there are many factors why I did not have the courage to bring it up in my TEDx talk.

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