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Manipulators Accuse Others of Manipulating: Are You a Victim?


A common characteristic of manipulators is to accuse you of behaving in the same way as them. Indeed, the manipulator sees it as a useful resource to divert attention away from themselves, generate doubts, and modify the narrative of a situation by creating false nuances. One of the manipulator’s main objectives is to distort the facts. This, in itself, is a way of twisting reality according to their own interests. As a rule, they want to establish the idea that they’re acting correctly, while it’s the others who are making mistakes or carrying out negative behaviors. Manipulators are usually extremely…

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Chantal Maille
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