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It’s often in retrospect that we can clearly see what they did and how they manipulated us.

Predatory people are masters at being able to fake emotions including kindness and intimacy. Predators are chameleons in that they know positive emotions are important in relationships. They pretend to be whatever it is they need to be in order to gain your trust; however their heart is not in it. A predatory person will find a person’s weaknesses and exploit them to their benefit. They may go out of the way to tell intimate secrets that they say is only for the victim to know, which makes them feel special and fosters a feeling of exclusivity. By the time the victim realizes it is all for show, they are already trapped. They’re lured through kindness, but harmed through abuse and control.
Read more at https://www.beliefnet.com/love-family/relationships/galleries/8-surprising-traits-of-predatory-people.aspx?p=3#2aW0Jk6TyoK6brUm.99

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