20 manipulation tactics that can control you 


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15 signs that you are being manipulated



If you’re in a relationship and notice the following signs, there’s a high probability you’re being manipulated:

  • Your joy at finding love has turned into the fear of losing it. You will start feeling stressed at this point. Your feelings have gone from happiness and euphoria to anxiety, sadness and even desperation. (This is known as “the manipulative shift.”)
  • Your mood depends entirely on the state of the relationship.
  • You’re unhappy in your relationship most of the time…yet you dread losing it. You feel like you’re screwing up the best thing that ever happened to you, but you’re not sure how.
  • Your relationship feels very complex, although you’re not sure why. When talking about it, you might find yourself saying “It’s hard to explain. It’s just really complicated.
  • You obsess about the relationship constantly. You endlessly analyze every aspect of it as you desperately try to “figure it out.” You talk about it constantly, to whomever will listen. None of this gets you anywhere.
  • You never feel sure of where you stand with your partner, which leaves you in a perpetual state of uncertainty and anxiety.
  • You frequently ask your partner if something’s wrong.
  • You always seem to be on the defensive. You find yourself feeling misunderstood, so you continually feel the need to explain things and defend yourself.
  • You’re frustrated about ongoing issues that come up repeatedly and are never resolved. Conversations about these issues always seem to end up being about your problem with mistrust or insecurity.
  • You feel that you just don’t know how to make your partner happy. You try hard but nothing seems to work, at least not for long.
  • Expressing negative thoughts and emotions feels restricted or even forbidden, at times causing you to experience extreme frustration and even hostility.
  • You feel inadequate. You don’t feel as good about yourself as you did before the relationship. You feel less strong, less confident, less secure, less intelligent, less sane, or in some way ‘less than’ anything you were before the relationship.
  • You always feel you’re falling short of your partner’s expectations.
  • You often feel guilty. You continually try to repair the damage you believe you’ve caused.
  • You blame yourself for your partner pulling away from you. You can’t understand why you keep sabotaging the relationship.
  • You feel like you’re walking on eggshells around your partner, carefully controlling your words and actions to keep him from withdrawing his affection again.

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