Relationships are considered transactions and work for narcissists as long as they’re getting their narcissistic supply.
People who struggle with the victim mentality are convinced that life is not only beyond their control, but is out to deliberately hurt them.
Unfortunately, many people tend to confuse signs of emotional abuse as genuine love, but the truth is anything but that.
It is not always possessiveness or protectiveness, when it comes to a romantic partner. He might simply be manipulating you in the name of love.
Here are some useful tips on recognizing and defending yourself from different emotional manipulations.
Never ignore the warning signs of manipulation.
Manipulation comes in various ways and not just by winning hearts through sympathy. Read this to know.
You are having a conversation with someone. They leave. And now you are absolutely confused and doubt your memories and perception of reality.
That person just Gaslighted you.
In unhealthy relationships, the emotional predator destroys you mentally by trapping you in their prison of emotional abuse, and pain.
Being overly concerned with your child’s feelings is indirectly letting your child to manipulate you.