When you enter into a relationship with someone, there is a chance of you being manipulated, even though you entered that relationship with pure intentions. A manipulative relationship is often one-sided and unbalanced, as it only advances the goal of the manipulator at the expense of the person being manipulated. Since it primarily centers on control, a manipulative relationship is an unhealthy one that can lead to emotional, as well as physical abuse, if left unchecked.
The way to avoid this scenario is having the ability to recognize the telltale signs of manipulative behavior with the person that you are involved with or within yourself. Once you are able to recognize manipulative behavior, you can then determine the root of its underlying causes. This will allow you to effectively deal with it in your relationships.
If you are concerned that you might be caught in a manipulative relationship with your romantic partner, a loved one, your boss, or anybody else this audiobook by author Michael Wright will help you to recognize it, navigate through it, and possibly exit it if that''s your wish.
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I got this book thinking it may help me with my mother and I relationship as I feel it is very toxic and manipulative. From the information before buying it seemed to be about general relationships but when I listened to it I found it hard to relate to since my mother and I are not married or dating like most examples in book are about. Also the "quiz" section took up a huge amount
This was all fairly obvious information
If you want to actually learn about manipulative relationships, find whose pulling your strings. Now that book actually worked.
Narrator's performance is a new brand of torture. I'm so grateful to have gotten out alive.
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