Aggressive: When you’re angry, everyone knows it. You might yell or throw things. There’s a need to control the situation.
Passive: You keep your anger to yourself and shove it down to avoid it. It wears away at you from the inside out
Passive Aggressive: You express your anger indirectly. You may say one thing and then do another.
Projective Aggressive: You give your anger to others to deal with or you get others angry so you aren’t the bad guy.
Assertive: You openly express your anger and then try to work it out with the other person and move forward.