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This book describes the techniques through which people tend to express their ideas and beliefs. It describes the behavioral characteristics that we as human beings possess, and how we can use them to our advantage in communication, manipulation, and persuasion, so that people do that which we want them to, or even in our daily signals that might be secretive to a group of people.

Reverse psychology is something we use often. This book describes how we can employ these techniques in the right manner, the right location, and with the right people to be able to pass the desired message without it being misinterpreted.

This book also talks about the different kinds of personalities and how to appreciate people's unique differences and likes. We have to accept each other the way we are with our different likes, responsibilities, and challenges. Take the time to listen to this book. It will give you insight into an important aspect of psychology.

©2016 Katherine Shepard (P)2016 Katherine Shepard

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It is not about reverse psychology

In the exception of the first and last 2 minutes
This book is not about reverse psychology

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