re: Poker & Trouble adjusting my play....
Don't be more passive, just be passive with bad hands. Don't bluff, and only play good and premium preflop hands, getting away quickly if you miss the flop. You will have plenty of opportunities to take their money down the road, and when you hit, value bet the crap out of it. If they're calling stations, let them call you down with their bottom pair vs. your TPTK or set. Sklansky did a pretty good job of dealing with this in NLHE theory and practice.
Basically there are multiple levels of thinking. The 1st level is simply "what cards do I have?". A 1st level player bets good hands and folds weak hands. The 2nd level of thinking is thinking about the hands opponents can have. This is the logic behind a bluff "he probably has a bad hand or at least a hand he can't call with". 3rd level is thinking about what your opponent thinks you have, for example "I bet hard preflop, he probably doesn't have me on 37o...".
Your goal is to be one level above them. If they're just playing their cards (level 1), and you're thinking about what they think you have (level 3), you're going to lose. He'll bet hard, you'll think that maybe he thinks you have a bad hand and run into a good hand. He didn't think about anything other than his hand and you were trying to analyze his thoughts about you.
Basically, in this game you have 0th level thinkers. They don't even think about their own hands. So there's no use playing on the 2nd level, trying to put opponents on hands when they don't even think about what they have. You just have to play solid fundamental 1st level thinking poker. It may be extremely boring just betting good hands and folding bad ones, but that's going to be the profitable game against players you're describing.