One school of thought suggests that listening may reduce a partner's anger and thereby decrease the likelihood of a partner's hostility
, making the listener feel less stressed.
These are things that bosses don't like and that fit the definition of hostility
, but in a passive-aggressive form.
Both India and Pakistan need to understand that people of J& K are worst sufferers of the conflict between them and any attempt made by the two to end hostility
will be warmly welcomed," he said.
The Washington-based center, which is non-partisan and takes no policy position in its reports, gave no reason for the rises noted in hostility
against Christians, Muslims, Jews and an other" category including Sikhs, Bahais and atheists.
In the next three chapters, the author discusses oppression theory to explain horizontal hostility
, conducts a root cause analysis of horizontal hostility
, and then situates the concept within the specific contexts of the organizations, professional relations, and world in which nurses work and live.
ADHD was the most significant predictor of this addiction among girls, and hostility
was the most significant predictor among boys.
By imposing self-regulation we hope to end this hostility
from the Government, environmentalists and other activists.
We concluded that it's plausible that individual difference in serotonergic function may in part drive the association between hostility
and metabolic risk factors observed in the literature," Dr.
General linear modeling showed that African American women had consistent positive associations between hostility
and fasting glucose, postprandial glucose, and postprandial insulin.
Although many of these were interesting and instructive, I must admit that a certain amount of hostility
was felt even at the best of times.
Depressive symptoms appear to correlate with the development of coronary artery disease, but hostility
and anxiety may not, reported Jesse C.