30 Red Flags of Manipulative People

 January 13, 2016

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30 Red Flags of Manipulative People

Developing your intuition is a personal process, but I would leave you with this: the world is mostly full of good people, and you don’t want to miss out on that because you’ve been hurt. Spend some time getting in touch with your feelings. Keep tweaking until you find a comfortable balance of awareness and trust. Look within and understand why you felt the way you did. You will discover that many old relationships may need revisiting. And as you begin to abandon toxic patterns, healthier ones will inevitably appear in their place.

To quote a longtime member & friend, Phoenix, you will stop asking “Do they like me?” and start asking “Do I like them?”

This is directly from the PF book (http://book.psychopathfree.com)
You can check out the rest of the Psychopath Free book here:http://book.psychopathfree.com

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50 comments on “30 Red Flags of Manipulative People

  1. Your point #22 reads, in part, “…will likely be labeled jealous, bipolar, an alcoholic, or some other nasty smear.”

    As an alcoholic with bipolar disorder, I find this characterization offensive. How is an illness a “nasty smear”? I doubt you would have said something like, “…labeled diabetic, or some other nasty smear.” Or “epileptic” or “anemic” or most other illness.

    Please consider that alcoholism, bipolar disorder, and a large number of other afflictions are illnesses. They are diagnoses, not “nasty smears.”

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