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Sometimes these problems stem from emotions or greed. One type of problem that can surface in any type of relationship is manipulation. This is a problem that can lead to others along the way.
Learn the s of manipulation and what to do about it if it surfaces in your relationships with others. Manipulation is the exercise of harmful influence over others. People who manipulate others attack their mental and emotional sides to get what they want.
Manipulation can happen in close or casual relationshipsbut they are more common in closely formed relationships. In a way, everyone can manipulate others to get what they want. A few common examples include:. Manipulation can happen in many forms. In fact, sometimes kindness can be a form of manipulation depending on the intent.
Then the question is raised, is any form of influence considered manipulation? Whether manipulation has good or bad intentions, it is still an attempt to undermine your rational thinking. A manipulator will try to bring you out of your comfort zone and places that you are familiar with to have an advantage over you. This can be in any place that the manipulator feels ownership of or in control.
A manipulator will actively lie to you, make excuses, blame you, or strategically share facts about them and withhold other truths. In doing this, they feel they are gaining power over you and gaining intellectual superiority.
Manipulators are experts in exaggeration and generalization. This tactic used by manipulators is meant to poke at your weaknesses and make you feel insecure. By making you look bad, they have a sense of psychological superiority.
This tactic is used by the manipulator to confuse you and make you question your own reality. The manipulation happens when you confront the abuse or lies and the manipulator tells you that it never happened. Passive- A ggression. But chronic long-term manipulators will use this tactic to make you feel guilty, and give backhanded compliments.
They are doing this to show anger without directly being angry, making you feel confused. Constant Judging. They only focus on negative aspects and do not offer constructive solutions. You are not at fault for having manipulation happen to you. However, there are ways to reduce the emotional impact of manipulation. Here are ways to set strong boundaries in a relationship:. Being able to identify manipulation is a large part of putting an end to it. If manipulation is coming from a loved one, it can be very difficult to seek help.
However, manipulation can take a toll on your own emotional well-being. If you feel like you may be getting manipulated by a loved one, friend, or coworker it is important to reach out to a trusted resource to find help. Resources to consider include:.
Mental Health Reference.
What Is Manipulation? People who manipulate others have common traits that you can look for. They include: They know your weaknesses and how to exploit them They use your insecurities against you They convince you to give up something important to you, to make you more dependent on them If they are successful in their manipulation, they will continue to do so until you are able to get out of the situation Other s of manipulation include: Location Advantage. Manipulation of Facts A manipulator will actively lie to you, make excuses, blame you, or strategically share facts about them and withhold other truths.
Exaggeration and Generalization Manipulators are experts in exaggeration and generalization. Cruel Humor This tactic used by manipulators is meant to poke at your weaknesses and make you feel insecure.
Gaslighting This tactic is used by the manipulator to confuse you and make you question your own reality. Here are ways to set strong boundaries in a relationship: Communicate in clear, direct, and specific ways. Understand when manipulation is not normal and needs to be addressed. Seek out a trusted individual, who is not under the influence of the manipulator, and ask their advice about your situation.
Support and Resources If you feel like you may be getting manipulated by a loved one, friend, or coworker it is important to reach out to a trusted resource to find help. Resources to consider include: Relationship counselor Therapist Friends Trusted family members National abuse hotlines. Could I have CAD? Missing Teeth?What is a manipulative person like
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s of Emotional Manipulation