The Defiant Person
Defiant people with kids and adults
Defiant from childhood
Defiant people can be vengeful
Defiant is when one individual wants authority over another.
She is defiant and won't take heed to his conversations.
What you should know about Defiant People:
The person had learned this kind of attitude over time.
Arguments occur more and more and this can make one feel most pressured in their daily activities.
Requests are not complied with in a relationship.
The partner in a relationship does not follow any rules.
A kind of attitude that can annoy one another. It can be also be an upsetting issue.
The mind of the individual blames others for their wrong doing or mistakes.
They can become frustrated with others very easily.
I have noticed the angry attitude of this woman, and have seen the way she behaved towards simple conversations.
Often she speaks rudely and the unkind words come out of her mouth.
I sometimes wish I did not have to see her that often.
Her attitude is about seeking revenge.
Communication is rather difficult with this individual.
She always knows and has an answer for every question.
I have noticed that she had an answer for every question that I had asked her.
In many cases she did not know and was not correct. In her mind that was correct.
She has a mind of her own and thinks she knows it all.
Her anger and impulse control is not intact.
I, recently made some mint sauce and when she came over for a quick chat I told her I made something special. I asked her if she knew what I added into the sauce.
I was surprised of how she went on about the ingredients but did not give me one correct added ingredient of the mint sauce.
She just wanted to be right and act like some kind of expert but with a lack of knowledge of most aspects in life. Her knowledge to me is poor and her ignorance shows more by the day. She is defiant to her husband and others.
I don't try to argue with her points made instead I ignore her tantrums.
She is disobedient.
An individual who refused to comply with any one’s needs. She often annoys others deliberately. I have seen in her behavior of how she can be spiteful or vengeful.
There are no compromises in her marriage. She will not give in an argument or any conversations. She argues daily to make herself heard.
An adult who will not accept she is wrong.
Verbally she can show her anger, and annoyance.
I have seen her lose her temper and argue with her husband.
She refused to do what he asked of her.
Any request is denied.
The common problem is her resentfulness and blaming of others her mistakes.
The too often angry mood is too much to cope with for her husband and ''so called'' friends.
Authority is her priority.
I have not had such an experience before with a defiant individual. She perfectly fits the description.
Her constant change goes with her not so normal behavior. When I first met her she often spoke of how many different kinds of clothing she has and at that time I did not quite understand her way of life.
Now I see her behavior more and more and what she really means about her lifestyle.
She seeks clothing for constant change a typical behavior for a defiant individual.
In her conversations to me I have observed that she feels misunderstood and disliked by other people.
She is too quick to get angry and defend her conflicts.
In some cases such behaviors are intolerable. Individuals shoplift, and go into a different path of life. They tend to use drugs and excessive use of alcohol.
Her fighting and often argumentative conversations leaves her husband speechless and helpless. He can't reason with her.
In this case she does not use any substance but has a way of dealing with her issues.
Whatever she suggests is right in her mind.
I see that she could be a difficult person to live with and to be a friend if ever needed.
Her vindictive ways have showed me the kind of person she can be so I decided to keep my distance.
My recent visit to her house showed me how hard it must be to live with someone who has such characteristics.
On that evening while I sat there and talked to her she deviated to her husband's conversations. They got into a moment that surprised me.
She wouldn't reason with him on a specific debate. The words flowed easily but with only one intention. Nobody is right except for her in the room.
The argument went on for a few minutes. I eventually left and had sensed the tension between these two.
Her habits are so frustrating. I don't expect every person to be the same but just to see how she communicates with others makes me know more about her rude character.
Decisions made and followed are mostly from her. She won't follow any rules from anyone.
She does not see her conversations any other way as her way is always right and the best.
Her resentful mind can make you feel less knowledgeable.
I often hear her tone of voice and that tone explained all about her defiant character.
Their new marriage is already in trouble. It is a one-sided marriage. He has failed with her arguments and sadly won't admit it.
The relationship in this marriage is about her being right all the time. There is no solid foundation to hold onto. He is in a marriage that is mostly about spite for others.
It is not about others when you marry you should be happy and free in your marriage. In this case she is defiant and wants her way and only her way.
I try to keep my distance and don't get into any complicated issues with her. It is not worth my time to make any point right or wrong with her.
She seeks revenge and constantly buys clothes to compete with others. Her life is about frustration, misled communication skills and a lot of anger.
It is difficult to handle such situations when entangled with words.
I observed this character and know what is the best for me that is to stick to my best choices of people.
Her negative thoughts make her feel that way. I feel she has not much to compete with and tries to be something she is not.
She barely knows much about my culture and when I mention anything different she right away assumes she knows what I am speaking about. Her defiant behavior has grown to annoy me but I don't want to stoop down to her level.
I am better off not mingling with her.
Everything in my life has changed and sometimes it feels like I am on this roller coaster ride forever.
I try to be happy in my own way and to avoid such characters is one of my greater ways of managing my days.
Life is not always what you want it to be.
I have grown to accept certain parts of my life the parts I know and feel is easier to know more of.
When I meet such individuals it just feels like a dark cloud has come over me. I still look over that dark cloud because I know the sun is hiding somewhere there and will be out soon.
I don't have time to waste my time on people who are defiant and assume they know it all. In fact they don't know as in this case she is a less-educated person and with a defiant problem.
I see this case in the following way:
Her problem lies within her from childhood and now as an adult these factors are affecting her marriage and friendships with others.
How do you see this problem?
How would you handle communication with a Defiant individual?
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