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Relationships of the Managing Emotions in Others Scale (MEOS)

Instruments The scales listed below were used in the correlation comparisons. Descriptive statistics for the scale scores and scale internal reliabilities are reported in the previously-published papers using these datasets (Austin and O’Donnell, 2013; Austin et al., 2014; Austin and Vahle, 2016). Mini-markers (Saucier, 1994) This set of 40 trait-descriptive adjectives provides scores on the Big Five dimensions of […]

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Psychological Characteristics of Alienating Parent

Parent Alienation Syndrome occurs when individuals who have certain psychological characteristics manage internal conflict or pain by transforming psychological pain into interpersonal conflict.

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Will you remain the wake of your grown child’s rejection?

Imagine your child is on a boat, and that you are in the water below. See your son or daughter dropping all sorts of poison off the back of the boat. Imagine the angry, stinking words they have flung at you. See those poisonous words hitting the water with a splash. Acrid smoke rises from […]

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Psychological manipulation

Psychological manipulation Psychological manipulation is a type of social influence that aims to change the behavior or perception of others through indirect, deceptive, or underhanded tactics.[1] By advancing the interests of the manipulator, often at another’s expense, such methods could be considered exploitative and devious. Social influence is not necessarily negative. For example, people such as friends, family and doctors, can try to persuade to […]

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ADDRESSING MANIPULATION IN THERAPY

Treatment and therapy for manipulative behavior may depend largely on what underlying issues are causing the behavior. If, for instance, the manipulation is being caused by an underlying mental health issue, individual therapy may help that person understand why their behavior is unhealthy for themselves and those around them. A counselor may also be able […]

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Psychological Manipulation and Induced Psychological Illness

As indicated on the home page, psychological harassment and psychological manipulation “mind control” can induce psychological and physical disorders. When an individual is targeted, the level of harassment usually begins slowly and increases with time. Anytime someone interacts with you they can influence your thoughts and also manipulate your thoughts. Usually, people “tune out” the […]

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DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA FOR VENGEFUL FATHER SYNDROME

Taken from:-http://mothersoflostchildren.org/2015/09/vengeful-father-syndrome/ Charles Pragnellto‎Psychopathy DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA FOR VENGEFUL FATHER SYNDROME The most notable behaviors and attitudes manifested by vengeful fathers and which indicate Vengeful Father’s Syndrome. 1. CONTROL AND DOMINATION – The outstanding feature of Vengeful Father Syndrome is an obsessive and relentless drive for continuing control and domination over their former spouse and their […]

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How manipulators control their victims according to Simon

According to Simon Simon identified the following manipulative techniques:[2] Lying: It is hard to tell if somebody is lying at the time they do it, although often the truth may be apparent later when it is too late. One way to minimize the chances of being lied to is to understand that some personality types […]

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How manipulators control their victims

According to Braiker Braiker identified the following ways that manipulators control their victims:[1] Positive reinforcement: includes praise, superficial charm, superficial sympathy (crocodile tears), excessive apologizing, money, approval, gifts, attention, facial expressions such as a forced laugh or smile, and public recognition. Negative reinforcement: involves removing one from a negative situation as a reward, e.g. “You […]

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Psychological manipulation

Psychological manipulation is a type of social influence that aims to change the behavior or perception of others through abusive, deceptive, or underhanded tactics.[1] By advancing the interests of the manipulator, often at another’s expense, such methods could be considered exploitative, abusive, devious, and deceptive. Social influence is not necessarily negative. For example, doctors can […]

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