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How to Spot and Stop Manipulators

Manipulative Individuals

  1. They know how to detect your weaknesses.
  2. They use your weaknesses against you.
  3. They convince you to give up something of yourself that serves their self-centered interests.
  4. Once a manipulator succeeds in taking advantage, they will likely repeat the violation until you put a stop to the exploitation.

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