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The Manipulative Parent

There are many ways in which the manipulative parent may manipulate their offspring, including:

  • emotional blackmail

  • threats (explicit or implicit)

  • deceit

  • control through money/material goods

  • positive reinforcement of a behavior which is damaging to the child

  • coercion

Because parental manipulation, by the mother, father or both, can take on very subtle guises, when we were young we may not have been aware that we were being manipulated; we may only come to realize it, in retrospect, with the extra knowledge we have gained as adults.

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https://childhoodtraumarecovery.com/2017/03/26/childhood-trauma-manipulative-parent/

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