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Main article: Obedience

Submissiveness is the trait of being willing to yield to the will of another person or a superior force.

Within a relationship there may be a submissive partner. This partner may be trying to appease the other(s) through agreeing to their command.

MeasuresEdit

Trait Dominance-submissivness Scale

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