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November 22, 2010

The 30 Characteristics of the Manipulator

Filed under: Cult,NATLFED,Politics,Uncategorized — ghostwriter1984 @ 22:24

The 30 characteristics of the manipulator

(Source: “Les manipulateurs sont parmi nous” d’ Isabelle Nazare-Aga).

(Source: “The manipulators are among us” by Isabelle Nazare-Aga). 

  1. He/She blames the other, on behalf of the family relationship, friendship, love, professional dedication, etc.
  2. He/She carries the responsibility over others or resigns of his own responsibilities.
  3. He/She does not clearly communicate its demands, needs, feelings and opinions.
  4. He/She responds vaguely very often.
  5. He/She changes his opinions, attitudes, feelings, according to the person or situation.
  6. He/She relies on logical reasons to disguise his claims.
  7. He/She makes others believe they must be perfect, they should never change their minds, they must know everything and respond immediately to requests and questions.
  8. He/She discredits the qualifications, competence, and personality of others: He/She critics, devalues and judges without seeming to.
  9. He/She delivers messages through intermediaries (phone instead of choosing the face-to-face, leave written notes).
  10. He/She sows discord and creates suspicion, divide and rule, and could break a couple.
  11. He/She knows how to put himself as a victim so we are sorry for him/her (exaggerated disease, environment “challenging” work overload, etc.).
  12. He/She ignores the requests (even if he/she says taking care of them).
  13. He/She uses the moral principles on others to satisfy their needs (concept of humanity, love, racism, “good” or “bad” mother, etc.).
  14. He/She covertly threatens or openly blackmail.
  15. He/She changes the subject suddenly during a conversation.
  16. He/She avoids the interview or meeting, or he/she escapes it.
  17. He/She relies on the ignorance of others and a belief in its superiority.
  18. He/She lies.
  19. He/She preaches the false to learn the truth, distort and interpret.
  20. He/She is egocentric.
  21. He/She may be jealous even if he/she is a parent or spouse.
  22. He/She does not tolerate criticism and denies the obviousness.
  23. He/She does not take into account the rights, needs and desires of others.
  24. He/She uses very often the last moment to ask, order, or make others act.
  25. His speech seems logical or coherent, while his/her attitudes, actions or lifestyle meet the opposite pattern.
  26. He/She uses flattery to please us, makes gifts or suddenly starts to pamper us.
  27. He/She produces a state of discomfort or a feeling of unfreedom (trap).
  28. He/She is quite effective in achieving his/her own goals, but at the expense of others.
  29. He/She makes us do things we probably would not make our in own free will.
  30. He/She is constantly the subject of discussions between people who know him/her, even if He/She is not there.
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