How they act with people they want something from - Deepstash

How they act with people they want something from

Some people don't really have an established sense of self—who they are changes completely depending on who they talk to. And they only put on their “A-Game” when they’re around a person they like, they admire, or they want something from.

  • Do they put on a special show around certain people?
  • Do they “kiss up” to people above them while ignoring people below them?
  • Do they “friend hop” to climb their way up the social ladder?


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