Our expert says:
It may be the "50", and the personality problem aspect of passive aggressiveness that may limit the capacity for change, especially if the indivudual doesn't see this as a problem worth him tackling. Without insight, why would anyone want to change, or see the need for trying ? Especially with the sort of problem that more often inconveniences other people tghan himself !
Re-reading your messgae, you have shown a remarkable capacity to repeatedly answer your own question! Is if a good idea to continue living with him ? Well, it's more likely to be annoying than risky, so it'd depend on a balance of adantages and disadvantages. If you've already decided that you MUSt live with him, for whatever reason, then presumably the question changes to HOW to live with him. No, not abusive, but annoying and tiring.
Recognizing the existence of this pattern, it's not absolutely compulsory that you allow this to get you annoyed, and by remaining calm, but patiently expecting him to do what he should have done, you might improve the situation somewhat.
Nice to know you don't think I should complain, as I hadn't planned to --- maybe you're picking up a few of dad's tactics ?
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