This type of individual has dysfunctional problem-solving skills. Instead of holding herself accountable for her bad behavior and making positive changes, she tries to solve problems by shifting blame, making excuses, verbally attacking others, vilifying others and fighting or fleeing. In her reality, these are problem-solving techniques. To a rational adult, these behaviors create the majority of the problems and conflicts in a relationship.
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www.myenglishteacher.eu, "What Are the Best Questions to Ask to Get to Know Someone?" This infographic could be a fun speaking/listening exercise for a pair of ELLs, or for teachers to use to get to know their ELL students better.