Have you ever felt that your relationship is going in the direction decided only by your partner? Have you felt like they are the ones making all the decisions? Do they make you feel guilty if you don’t do their thing? If you answered yes to any of these then you may be in a relationship with a manipulator. Hi viewers and welcome back to another Bestie video!
Manipulative behavior from a partner isn’t always easy to notice. Sometimes the red flags aren’t easy to spot, but in today’s video, we will tell you about all the signs that indicate you’re being manipulated.
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Intro – 0:00
Crying – 00:38
Gaslighting – 01:02
Home court advantage – 01:23
Silent treatment – 01:48
Guilt trip – 02:12
Isolation – 02:33
Snarky comments – 02:58
You are made to feel responsible for their emotions – 03:16
They are too much, too soon – 03:43
They are dismissive of your feelings – 04:09
They never apologize – 04:34
Victim card – 04:57
Their actions don't match their words – 05:30
Your sense of self is blurred – 05:58
Love-Bombing – 06:24
Not saying what they mean – 06:47
They won’t take no for an answer – 07:22
You always have to prove your love – 07:58
Crying: Some partners resort to crying whenever there is a difference of opinion or a fight.
Gaslighting: Some partners constantly imply that you're wrong with every decision, opinion, or choice you make.
Home court advantage: As human beings, we find comfort in the familiar, in our own routines.
Silent treatment: More often than not, a manipulating partner will be very petty. They’ll intentionally not respond to your calls, text messages, emails, or other methods of communication.
Guilt trip: Manipulators are masters at leveraging your guilt to their advantage. If you bring up something that's bothering you, they make you feel guilty for mentioning it.
Isolation: Often manipulative people will try to isolate their partner from their support system.
Snarky comments: If your partner is making derogatory comments or backhanded compliments, they’re likely trying to cut down your self-esteem.
You are made to feel responsible for their emotions: Manipulators are ironic in the sense that they spend quite a bit of time making you feel as if you can’t think for yourself.
They are too much, too soon: Whether it’s personal or a business relationship, emotional manipulators always seem to skip a few steps.
They are dismissive of your feelings: A healthy relationship is where you are comfortable sharing your concerns with your partner who listens to them and addresses them. They don’t dismiss your feelings or deny what happened.
They never apologize: When you express the fact that you are hurt by your partner’s actions, instead of apologizing or addressing it, they tell you how to feel about it.
Victim card: Who wouldn’t feel pity for a poor little kitty? That’s how manipulators want you to see them.
Their actions don't match their words: Emotional manipulators will tell you what you want to hear, but their actions are another story.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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