10 Signs Someone Is Using PSYCHOLOGICAL Manipulation On YOU!

10 Signs Someone Is Using PSYCHOLOGICAL Manipulation On YOU!

10 Signs Someone Is Using Psychological Manipulation
On You #10. “Different Alone”- One of the tell-tale
signs that your friend, family member or partner is using psychological manipulation on you
is if they act like a different person when you are in private then they do when you are
in public. A manipulator is very aware of public perception
and the ways to use this to their advantage. If the person is overly nice to you when others
are watching, doing things like opening doors for you or acting extra affectionate, yet
is callous or rude to you behind the safety of closed doors it is sure to mess with your
head. This can also be displayed at parties or social
gatherings, if they seem do everything right or seem extra interested when your friends
or family around but don’t do any of these things in private they are most likely doing
this to keep up appearances so that it makes it harder for you to get help from your other
loved ones. In the worst cases they could even turn the
people closest to you against you by incepting the thought that “He or she couldn’t possibly
be like that”, in effect making you look like the crazy one. #9. “Guilt Trip”-Guilt-tripping or playing
the sympathy card is a go-to tactic for manipulators. It is extremely hard to resist giving in to
someone who says that if you don’t do something for them that you are hurting them. One of the ways people commonly guilt-trip
others is by seemingly helping you in the present so that they can use it against you
in the future, saying things like “remember, I helped you, so you have to do this for me”. Manipulators really like being with people
who are over-sympathetic and may tug at their heart-strings by exaggerating physical ailments
or sickness to get out of doing something. You can tell they are using this tactic if
it only seems to happen when the activity or task that needs to be done isn’t benefitting
them at all. For example, they get sick or their back goes
out every-time it’s time to clean the house but then their friend calls to hang out and
they start to feel better. It is very easy to get caught in the guilt-trip-trap
in times of crisis. If early on in your relationship with someone
they come through in a big way when when you really need them, you could get stuck paying
for it for the rest of your life. The situation is kinda like a dark version
of the common sitcom plot where someone saves someone’s life and in return the person
whose life was saved becomes their slave or butler for life. If a person truly cares about you they won’t
hold these types of things over your head, they do it because they want to. #8. “Overwhelming Details”-Some of the best
psychological manipulators are ones that can put on the facade of being intellectual. Even if they aren’t necessarily more intelligent
than someone else they are very good at seeming like it, either applying arbitrary facts to
a situation or just making up facts. A person that can convincingly lie about details
or pretend to be an expert is very hard to argue with because it always comes down to
them having more facts than you do. Say for instance you want to go on a camping
trip with your friends or family but your significant other doesn’t want you to go,
they may try and overwhelming you with facts about how dangerous camping is to deter you
from going. Though this might be a reasonable fear for
person, a psychological manipulator will be unrelenting in this until you change your
mind, whereas a person who actually cares can overcome their fears because they know
it’s something you want to do. Manipulators can also try to use their knowledge
or fake facts to belittle you in public by making you feel intellectually inferior and
destroy your confidence so that you won’t try to argue in public in the future. .
#7. “Hurrying”- Being rushed into making decisions
can result you having to trust another person’s advice that may not actually be better for
you or end up in you not getting what you want. Manipulators are hyper-aware of this, they
know that if they hurry someone into making a decision they can greatly influence the
outcome. For example, if you are buying a new car with
your partner they might suggest you look at the car they that want first and take their
time describing how great it is, but then when it’s time to look at the one you want
they are in a hurry to leave and may even act like you are taking too long so you are
forced to go with their pick. This is a trivial example, but you can see
how this type of situation would only be worse and worse the more serious the decision. Manipulators also can use this tactic to try
and permanently place themselves as the alpha in a relationship. If they force you into a quick decision and
it turns out to be a wrong decision, they can forever hold this against you so that
you aren’t allowed to have a full-say in decisions in the future. #6. “Quick to Anger”- One of the fastest ways
to make a person give up on an argument or debate is by getting angry. People who try to psychologically manipulate
you are either aware of this or have relied on the tactic so much that it become second
nature. When you are arguing with someone who starts
to scream or gets angry there are two things that normally occur: A) The conversation rapidly
dissolves into a chaotic shouting match to the point that it ends in exhaustion or you
completely forget what your were talking about in the first place or B) You just want them to calm down so you quickly
give up or concede points you might not normally have just to appease them. It is also instinctive for most normal people
to avoid conflict. So when someone gets angry or appears threatening,
you may just agree with them out of fear. This tactic is especially effective for manipulators
in public settings, as they might be willing to look ridiculous by blowing up and causing
a scene just so an issue is resolved to their best interests, whereas a normal person doesn’t
want to appear like a crazy person. #5. “Threatening”- Ultimatums and threats
are a significant tactic for someone who is a psychological manipulator. This is the most common way that a person
being manipulated gets stuck being with a manipulator. Whether it’s threatening to stop doing something
for you, to take away something, or to do something to you, the manipulator tries to
force you between a rock and hard place. In the worst cases the manipulator could be
threatening physical harm to you or themselves if they don’t get what they want. This is only more difficult if the person
making the threats has a history of following through with them and is adept at avoiding
the consequences. Playing the victim and threatening self-harm
is one of the most extreme examples of psychological manipulation, it can trap a sympathetic person
in an abusive relationship to which it seems like there is no way out without dealing with
violent consequences that normal people try to avoid. A manipulator can also to use playing the
victim to play mind-games and make you think you are the one is abusive by forcing you
to stand up for yourself. Threats and ultimatums can be especially difficult
in situations where a child is involved. In a abusive marriages, children frequently
become the main pawn used by the abuser to get what they want or keep you from leaving
them. If they threaten to take their spouse’s
child away or harm them, the easiest decision in the short term is to agree to what they
want, especially if there is no one else that can help them get out of the situation or
nowhere for them to go. #4. “Distortion”-Manipulators are very keen
at using the inherently ambiguous nature of memory to their advantage. Many manipulators actively remember situations
in order to bring them up later. Not only do they hold on to these things until
it benefits them, they alter and skew the memory to their own needs. They may change words or the context in order
to prove a point that in reality has no basis. This tactic can drive a person being manipulated
insane and even doubt their own memory as in most cases there is no videotape or recording
of the instances the manipulator is distorting. The manipulator may even bring a changed memory
up so many times as if it were true that the victim will start believing it. If this is a common occurrence it can have
the added bonus for the manipulator that the victim will be afraid of telling them anything
or speaking their mind as anything they say or do could be twisted and used against them
in the future. Manipulators are also commonly adept at using
hyperboles like ‘always’ and ‘never’ to prove their points. By using these words they make situations
black and white, insinuating that your faults or things you have done are excessive instead
of being more complex like real issues actually are. Saying “Always” or “Never” also adds
more weight to a situation as if the issue at hand is an unstoppable trend that needs
to be resolved immediately. There is almost no way to argue against these
hyperboles because it is usually an opinion that can neither be proven or disproven without
significant documentation. #3. “Fake Concern”-Most people have been guilty
of asking someone something about themselves in order to bring up their own issues, but
psychological manipulators do this habitually. They know that if they act concerned about
you or ask you questions about yourself you won’t be able to accuse them later on of
not caring or being selfish. It can be easy to get sucked into this because
often they are good at making their concern seem genuine, but you can usually figure out
what they are trying to do if you know them long enough, as no matter the conversation
it always gets related back to their life. Manipulators may also show fake sympathy in
order to use it as evidence against a person. If they act concerned in front of friends
or family members it can make the victim’s argument against them seem unwarranted. Fake concern can be a tactic that manipulator’s
use to influence your life decisions as well. They might pretend to sympathize just so that
you will ask for their advice, then purposefully give you advice that results in them getting
something they want. Manipulators can be so adept at this that
they treat interactions as chess moves and though it may not seem like their advice gets
them anything immediately it may be setting something up in the future. However, in pathological manipulators there
may not even be motive at all, they might just be feeding off the power of pulling the
strings. #2. “Hypercritical”- People who need to be
in charge in relationship try to break down the other person to the point that they feel
inferior to make their approval a necessary commodity. They can do this by constantly criticizing
the other person and pointing out their flaws. Then they emphasize their status of power
over someone by juxtaposing the perceived flaws with their strengths. One of the ways they can get away with this
unchecked is by belittling a person but then passing it off like they are just joking. This can be something that they are fully
aware of or do subconsciously. In public, this can be another way that they
assert their dominance without the victim being able to speak out. If the victim of manipulation gets upset by
the ‘joke’ the manipulator will counter by acting like the victim is party-pooper
or has no sense of humor. Manipulators may also point out flaws in person
in a way that it seems like they are trying to help them but are really just trying to
mold them into being more submissive. #1. “Context Control”- Context is the key
winning any argument and gaining the upperhand in relationship. Psychological manipulators know this and will
go to insane lengths in order to make sure that the context of conversations or events
plays to their advantage. They can do this by only talking when it benefits
them whether it’s giving someone ‘the silent treatment’ or only talking about
important or volatile issues in the setting of their choosing. When a manipulator uses the ‘silent treatment’
they are trying assert dominance by feeding the idea that you need them more than they
need you. They may also do this until you backslide
from your position on an issue or wear yourself out and change the subject. By controlling the setting where an event
or conversation happens they can premeditate what to do in order to make a victim seem
like the aggressor. For instance, they might only talk to you
about a touchy subject when their friends or family are present so that they have the
rest of the room on their side. Manipulators will try to control your responses
to their side of an argument by bringing it up in public, limiting the victim’s ability
to truly express themselves. If a victim does get caught off guard and
fully expresses their emotions in public, such as getting angry or crying, the manipulator
will be able to use the victim’s outburst against them, acting like they are the calm



  • Truth-Rationale Scientist

    Most white people I've met this one Puerto Rican bitch I used to room with.

  • Lorenzo Smalls

    This video is the exactly the perfect example of what I have been through on each job, glad I have watched the video of it. Going to stay away from those types of people. Since I noticed they got that certain people info from FaceBook, Instagram or any other relative to try to take advantages of some people and reject them on the next days by not saying anything.

  • Aap Poep

    I do this to my teachers

  • keikan0407

    What if saying "I'm sick" is the only way to excuse yourself from doing what you don't want to do. There was a person i know, when I said "no I can't/ I don't want" to her. She kept insisting me to help her right away and blaming me that I wasn't a kind person. Until I said my headache acted up, she stopped, then tried again a few days later.

  • LostSoulXia

    Describes my bf

  • TheRoyalVoid

    My friend is always guilt trying me , I hate it. I have a toxic friendship with her and she always picks people over me (we known eachother for 10 years). I’m scared to break the friendship because I know that she has connections that could ruin my time in school. I’m sure that she and her friends will talk shit about me if I break the friendship.

  • Debbie Howes

    There's a vat full of crazy!! Raised, married & lived with it..unreal!,..hard to believe ppl can be that crazy!! Damn! Thx for the incite. Beware!

  • WuPiDu

    Once you disagree with them or if they feel like you're a threat, they'll start targeting you. They're the wolf in the sheep's clothing like the bible warn us about! So don't be fooled and keep your distance! They lie for humor but they can also lie to hurt you. They tends to put words in people's mouths! I'd stay away from those who constantly lying to keep from any trouble later!

  • iKingHarmony Nicholas


  • Liv CrueltyFree Now

    What about someone who claims they're going to get too emotional or cry over anything you want to talk about ? A stonewalling technique

  • Might AMV


  • castiel novak

    And even though they do all of these things, I’m still sitting here saying, “no. It’s okay. They’re not really like that. They told you.” And I cccannnntttt.

  • Alex P

    But im too head strong to worry 🙂

  • Brian Neal

    Whoever wrote this script , is a genius . Best on youtube

  • Zoch Buppet

    Dont use these count down type videos to make conclusions. Most of them ARE EXTREMELY POOLY MADE, the information is quickly copied from websites and do not provide an context to the situations or what they are talking about. This is a terrible way to learn about these types of behaviors, if they are on going.

    Most of these videos on Youtube UNLESS they are from known doctors, psychiatrists and psychotherapist and Councillors are usually poorly done, because they do not provide the context around the behaviors.

    Use the videos where they have the Doctor/ Psychiatrist and or Councillors are explain the behaviors.

    The behavior has to be ongoing and long term for it to be considered PSYCHOLOGICAL Manipulation. There is usually aspects of "game playing, gas lighting, and the using of others people and even maybe a community.

    If you take this information as face value, as is on here, then everyone is supposedly is a narcissistic manipulative sociopath, because they did one of these things once or twice.

  • Timothy Stotesbery

    So true!!!

  • bip

    How to defend against the "fake joke" one who is criticizing you?
    I want to tell him to shut up, but I can't.

  • ligia B

    Why use disturbing noice ??

  • LifeOfLiz

    Wow never knew my dad was this until now

  • Humperdoo

    The sound of this guys mouth water clacking on the mic is driving me mad, I cannot listen anymore. A shame cause it is a really good and interesting video.

  • Billie Jean Boone & Fernando Boone TAROT Smith

    Brandon the police do this all the time

  • Billie Jean Boone & Fernando Boone TAROT Smith

    try psychologist

  • Billie Jean Boone & Fernando Boone TAROT Smith


  • Billie Jean Boone & Fernando Boone TAROT Smith

    I ain't got rid of Brenda yet

  • Billie Jean Boone & Fernando Boone TAROT Smith

    isn't this family reverse psychology what about if you ain't even involved in this s***

  • Billie Jean Boone & Fernando Boone TAROT Smith

    that damn schizophrenia

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  • chris wayne

    Are the manipulator aware that they are manipulating?

  • emthesmølchild

    shit damn it this is liTerally my mom

  • Monica Faye

    shut up your exposing me😂😂

  • brian houle

    Just stay alone , and don't trust anyone!!!

  • Remmy Marcial


  • AquanettA Baker

    In between the line's of the explanations of users lies and persuasion what a user's temping ways like the serpent in Adam's and Eve stories yet it's a translation MISSING from narrator explaining of HISTORICAL title and type of topic this really is is what u start the title topic off with because it sounds like it is a serious problem serious topic demonic topics fraudulent yet if didn't quite translate the full address messages symbolized in the Numerical letters spoken what is the overall reason for the message to be better aware of when dealing with the biased approach of people when so many traits of suspicions professionally you'll want to be strong enough and intelligent to win the weirdness

  • only destiel

    Im using this because i like a girl and i want to make everyone against her so she would relie on me and be mine

  • Kayla Bailey 3

    God my so called friend" Haley just got exposed and she always uses threats and physical violence even when I do what she wants 😭

  • t e r I N E E D L E R

    Thank you for telling me exactly how my narcissistic father poisoned my best friend against me. I had suspected but now I’m validated and more resilient. I was resilient before but this shit takes its toll on the strongest people. I’m an only child. Yes only. Us and me. We try to help you. I hate those words!

  • rachael bourne

    Now i don't trust anybody, lol.

  • Factnomenal

    Have you ever dealt with someone who tried to psychologically manipulate you? What did they do?

  • kim davBG

    I cant tell you how much we see this even in patients in health care settings. The person can do it to family and providers.

  • Christine Escajeda

    Psychological "remember I helped you so you owe me"

  • Christine Escajeda

    Playing constant Mind games/labeling

  • Christine Escajeda

    Craziness/confusion/fake concern

  • Joyce Njabi Price

    This has made me realize a lot. I'm guilty of physiologically manipulating others. thanks a lot


    Well any one who knows me now knows I do this all the time I'm lazy

  • Sonia S

    my doctor's used all of these

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  • Marcus Fidel

    Yikes! Spot on.

  • James Trimble

    This video is misinformation at its finest, sure some of these are tactics people use in psychological manipulation but on the other hand they're also qualities of people's personalities example the overwhelming details people with a high IQ and good memory can recite a story with a lot of details with no intention other than telling their story . This to me is the equivalent of saying that all people from the Middle East are terrorists it's the furthest thing from the truth but yeah

  • Nicola Bless

    I’ve learnt to say NO and call them out, on manipulation. My grandmother, family and friends has manipulated me for years. Today I’m free from emotional abuse and manipulation.

  • Micha Vlijmen, van

    10 different person private than in public. Very sensitive to public opinion. To make u will not get help from them

    9 guilt trick, remember i helped you, now u help me. Sick when the house must be cleaned. Feel better when a friend invites u

    8 overwelming details, make them up. They have more facts than u. Untill u change ur mind. Belittle u in public

  • Ciru Karago

    Now am experiencing that 👀👀👀👀👁️👁️👁️👁️👁️👁️😂😂😂😂 but so far so good still passing the test.

  • Elisabeth1903

    It's mainly my brother doing this. He couldn't stand I'm older than he is. I'm afraid he handles his 'wife' and child at the same way, as well as at work. 😢

  • Patrick Day

    Unfortunately my best friend is a master at feeling concerned about me when quite clearly he doesn’t give two Fucks and pulls on my insecurities to get what he wants e.g. money or possessions then disappears for a month or two until he needs me again, he’s manipulated me to a point where I ask my mum for money to buy weed or fuel for him and I’m at a point where I’m gonna cut him off, but somehow he will find a way to squeeze every penny, either guilt trip, fake sympathy, takes me out to events or activities saying you don’t have to pay and say “you’re lucky you even have a friend like me” then a week to a month later he will turn to me for money that I apparently owe him when he said it was fine, I have given him money when we weren’t doing anything but chill and play games and get high (weed unfortunately is a trick a lot of manipulators use). If I had to estimate how much money he’s taken from me it would be over $700-$1000, it’s all those $20 or $50 notes that add up over time, not to mention the possessions he’s got from me (he would relentlessly keep asking me for my possessions) or traded my Shit in when I specifically told him not to and then says someone else did it. If he doesn’t get what he wants he will make you feel like you are the worst person/friend, I think it’s about time I really cut him off I’m sick and tired of fakes.

  • Lis Ajzbl

    thanks is good to know

  • The Foreigner

    Very helpful.


    Well it looks like I've been hanging out with snakes all my life.

  • B G

    These behaviours would need to be displayed habitually for it to be a problem bad enough to leave someone for. Everyone does one of these every now and then. With all of these 'narcissistic' warning sign You Tube videos available now, we will soon all be looking for perfection is all relationships and every Red Flag raised will be reason enough to ditch someone. In that case you'll be waiting a very long time to avoid the red flags altogether. The overall message you should ask yourself in any relationship is this: what is the dominant theme about this person? Who is the 'real' him or 'her?' If you experience one of the traits every now and then, do you say – oh, no not that again, or do you think nothing of it because it happens all the time and you've given up trying to assert yourself in any situation and walking on eggshells all the time. If the relationship feels bad, get out. If it feels good, but with some irritations along the way, that is not bad, that is normal. Don't look for perfection, don't rush into relationships, always stick with someone willing to listen, learn and apologise genuinely.

  • B G

    If you are in a relationship with someone you aren't sure about yet, be vigilant about their integrity and sense of decency – not just toward you but others too. (1) do they treat support staff and waiting staff with respect and consideration and in a friendly manner? Or are they bossy, controlling, arrogant and entitled and condescending? (2) Are they thoughtful toward others they know or say kind things about them and don't gossip? Do they remember anniversaries, do they give to charity? (3) Do they make comments about how awful a bad event might be for someone they know or they don't know on TV etc. Eg.., a tsunami or famine or someone falling over on the pavement? Or do they laugh, or say something like 'hard luck, it's not my problem, they should have looked where they were going? Worse still do they smile or laugh at others misfortunes and try to make a joke of it? Or do they seem just a bit too concerned – and insincere with it? Do they smile but say all the right things as if they are secretly enjoying someone's downfall? If you are upset and they want to help you as a friend do they genuinely respect you if you say you need help but don't want to share the details of the problem to them (due to privacy reasons) or do you sense that if you don't divulge the details their help won't be forthcoming after all. If they witness a misfortune that has visual impact, do they try and help or do they whip out their iPhone to take a snap for Instagram? (4) Do they respect confidences? Do they try and share confidences of others with you – taking you aside and trying to make you feel special to be let in on someone's secret. If so, chances are they will do the same with your confidences, making them fundamentally untrustworthy. (5) If they are a sexual partner, do they make you feel insecure by making overtures about how someone else is attractive? Do they make you feel jealous and insecure all the time? All of these are dire warning signs that someone is fundamentally not a nice person and you should leave. (6) Do they encourage illegal behaviours or addictive unhealthy habits or pour scorn on your efforts to give them up? If so, just ditch them. When someone is wronged, hurt or even a victim of narcissistic abuse they might find themselves doing all of the manipulative techniques in this video at one point of time or another because they know no different. That doesn't mean they are narcissists. What does though? Are they willing to discuss, repent and change when you pull them up on it? Someone having a joke at someone's expense may be meant in that vein – a joke that is meant to be genuinely funny and enjoyable to the 'victim'. That might be the real intention, not a way of doing them down. Do you get the impression they want to be a good person and is willing to be 'in training' to make themselves good, or are they fundamentally a horrible person and seemingly indifferent to changing or rejoicing at living at someone else's expense? Not everyone has a great upbringing and some have picked up fleas on the way. Don't cut these people off or make judgements too soon. Some will manipulate out of habit or because they've never been taught to communicate their needs very well. That doesn't always mean they are bad people to the core. They just need to change. Don't throw baby out with the bathwater by jumping to conclusions and writing people off at a too early stage because you've spotted a red flag amongst a whole host of green ones. Attitude to change and genuine repentence and willingness to learn is what is important, to progress a relationship, it's not solely about the behaviours themselves. Take your time getting to know someone. Remember that getting to know yourself and your boundaries are key for seeing what you find acceptable in a relationship. If your relationship shows red flags, how significant and frequent are they? If the relationship has more pluses than minuses, stick it out, discuss the problem and see what happens. Just walking away could mean you lose far more than you gain.

  • Annelies Bakker

    I, Annelies Bakker, speak against any manipulation of my free will, now and forever, in Jesus Christ his name and by his blood: amen!

  • Ann Fitzgerald

    that insane banging noise in the background made this impossible to listen to…what is wrong with you, Factnomenal? This is what TV commercials do constantly which I mute all the time. You are now muted.

  • Shayne Ashley

    Thankyou, this is very helpful ❤

  • Tom Lee

    subliminal mind controllers are truly sadistical

  • shar 2know

    My sister ones load me 6000 dollar in witch I could pay, she took over my life and minupileted me to the point that I didn't care about my health. I smoked a lot and was in a lot of stress. After 2 years I finally paid her off in full an cut her out of my. Life. Now I'm stress free and living happily. The best thing to do is cut anyone who multiples you. They are the enemy.

  • Minahil Ch

    this is depressive..

  • Jeff Killer

    Life hack from the pro

    Dont give a fuck you win

  • bethelshiloh

    Look them square in the eyes & say that you can't be in a relationship with them, then leave.

  • Genius Zeal

    If you are reading this comment, and if you are looking for proof of god, then ask god to show you the females that are manipulating other men in our environments. Ask god to show you if that is true!

  • Pointless Groundlance

    If I was world leader, I’d invent field fingerprinting devices to fingerprint the victims of a crime as well.

  • Slugger

    My family

  • Robert Geiter

    Donald w thacker this fits you

  • Kenneth Faulk

    Okay…I am done letting these people have anonymity. I want these types of people in jail. People start looking up your RCWs and record these pieces of Satans balls. These people should pay in solitary confinement. It should be against the law to commit murder and to kill someones soul slow from the inside out is worse the a quick hanging. It's terrible that the person you are with treats you like they wish you'd never been born.

  • Crystal Glory

    Beware narcissist sociopaths are like this! Psychopaths too!

  • Andy

    Manipulators are wicked.

  • Just._ Jonathan

    My mom does almost all of these

  • Platypus

    2:50 so bad my mom

  • Platypus

    Dude life is tuff my mom and sister life is hard


    I've been dealing with people who are saying I've made promises I've never made trying to get me to sign them as beneficiaries and even link their phones to my life alert to get my alerts and see my GPS. I cannot find a single video explaining what I'm dealing with.

  • Leticia Battistini Laker

    Miraculous fans know what I'm talking about when I say Lie-La

  • Tom Lee

    Remember the good guys crap TV show

  • Lynda

    Yes everything you do and say will be used against you😮. And children nothing but weapons with these people. And family can be the worst. ..

  • PublicWifi

    Manipulation is mainstream.

    It is everywhere. It is accepted, practiced, laughed at, marketed, shrugged off; normalized. Education, politics, media, relationships, etc… We live in a society of bullshitters.

  • jason harvote

    Well moraly its is ok to guilt trip people that you helped it would be rude or kinda evil if they didnt help you back with same degree of help.

  • Jade O'Shaunessy

    You don't really understand manipulation until it's done to you by a couple of the same family memebers
    Inlaws) feels you have been tag teamed😱💀💩

  • alex derpy racc

    Number 10 is what my dad is like he gets angry often when my sister's gf isn't home but when she is home he is suddenly creepily nice. Number 8 is me 😂

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  • Campbell Koschei

    "A story about women"

  • Jen's Basement

    All tactics to control your emotions, and nervous system. NO MORE. They want to take your decision-making abilities away. The hurrying one is a big one. If someone talks to me in that "overseer" tone to get me to "explain myself",  instead I purposefully pause for a moment. Look them in the eyes, and take a moment to breath. It slows things down. Then I respond. It works wonders, as you will see the manipulator's tactic gets crushed. You don't have to answer to anyone

  • AJ Maynard

    Just want to say thank you so much for using real, human narrators! ❤

  • Miles Monaco

    "Holy Crap You owe me!"

  • Oleksandr Kravchuk

    Fucking manipulators fail against OCD . What ever they do OCD person will repeat it again and again till issue will be resolved

  • omegapointil

    Anybody old enough to remember Eddy Haskell? "Hell is other people". JP Sartre

  • Judita Cernauskaite

    I’m going to do all of this against my relatives because she’s a fucking bitch who acts nice to my face but talks behind my back. Just watch bitch i will fucking ruin you

  • ProwseOfficial

    My dad has all these traits lol

  • Christopher Hardy-Jones

    I just realized that my ex was ALL OF THESE!!

  • Dr. David Paynter

    Trust no one. Overcome trying to be accepted. Be in control. Forget what others think, do as you please. Tell them to shut the hell, you don't need there input. Walk away.

  • Willie Hodges

    I know people who tried to do this to me

  • adam atiyeh

    Google/YouTube Adam Atiyeh

  • Koala From Tomorrow

    Or maybe they IL

  • el mas loco

    Fuck im a manipulator

  • Emokiriemi Abednego

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