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This may anger the manipulator, and they may question your trust or faith in them, but it will make it much harder to deny the conversation later on.3. This is the ultimate in manipulative, passive aggressive behavior. I’ll stay home and finish the laundry.”“It’s always about your needs.
The manipulator finds your emotional Achilles heal and pokes it until you either give in or feel like a hound dog. If you knew what kind of childhood I had, you’d never ask me to do that.”“If you really want to go on the girls weekend, go ahead. I don’t deserve nice things.”The emotional manipulator knows how to play the victim role to perfection.
They make very vague plans so when you follow up on them, "It was all in your head" and "they never said that." But remember, they make you feel like you're crazy, so you probably did just make that up. You find yourself planning your life around their schedule. They tell you you're not being a "good girlfriend" if you don't do exactly what they want to do. they don't remember that your sister just had a baby. Whenever they hurt your feelings, they were "just trying to have an adult, honest conversation." If you're upset because of something they said, who cares what their intentions were?
You're in a fight about something stupid and they call you a bitch. Anyone who nitpicks your body/personality/career that much is pretty insecure about themselves. You always have to sleep at their house instead of yours. If they love you sooo much after dinner but kind of like you I guess over breakfast, it's not a very healthy relationship.12. They only do something sweet when they want something in return. Oh, and can you do all of my laundry while I watch TV? Their selective memory makes it impossible to have a normal discussion about anything.
This is the ideal foundation for a good relationship, but of course all of us fall short of this ideal from time to time.
We might use passive aggressive tactics to express our pain or get our way in a disagreement.
Emotional manipulation can be subtle and deceptive, leaving you confused and off-balance.
Eventually, any remnant of a healthy connection is destroyed, as the foundation of trust, intimacy, respect, and security crumbles under the hammer of manipulation. For example, you might make a legitimate complaint like, “It really bothers me you didn’t help me clean the house when you promised you would.” Instead of apologizing, acknowledging his or her actions, and correcting the situation, a manipulator will say something like, “You would never have asked me to help you if you knew how overwhelmed I am. ”Or they might offer a quasi-apology like, “Well I’m really sorry but I was working until midnight last night.
Healthy relationships are based on trust, mutual respect, and security.
Each person must feel they are valued and loved unconditionally, accepted for who they are, and safe to expose their vulnerabilities and flaws.
They know your strengths and weaknesses, and prey on the latter. They have double standards for how you should behave in a relationship.
That's so college of you." Oh, because dancing is fun, so get over it, please.6.