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Aggression shows up in relationships to varying degrees, its that forceful attack. While we tend to think about physical aggression there are many other non-physical forms of aggression working in our relationships everyday.

Brigham Young University’s Sarah Coyne and colleagues (2017) define relationship aggression as “a behavior intended to damage a relationship or hurt someone through manipulation or social exclusion” https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/fulfillment-any-age/201708/two-types-relationship-aggression-identified

However all relationship aggression involve their own specific dynamics. One form is ‘throwing words’