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Publisher's Summary

Do you feel like you have to walk on eggshells around your partner? Or that the wrong phrase might set them off? Are you unhappy in your relationship, but can't bear to pull yourself away from it? Do you feel inadequate and sometimes deserving of the treatment you get? Recognize that your partner is your manipulator and abuser - don't allow them to force the upper hand. Mind Games uncovers a host of underhanded, sneaky, and malicious emotional manipulation tactics that manipulators and abusers use to beat you down and control you. We might all be able to recognize blatant abuse, but when we're emotionally invested, it's tough to see the little signs that are in front of our faces sometimes. They'll lead to you feeling worthless and vulnerable, making it almost impossible to leave your situation.
In this book, I identify many common tactics that you may be intimately and sadly familiar with, complete with real life examples for each to help you identify them in your daily life. What emotionally manipulative tactics will you learn to identify and stop? *



Gaslighting and telling you that your concern is an overreaction, or quite simply wrong
How the silent treatment is used as punishment and forces compliance
Playing the victim and how it transforms your issues into guilt and pity
Your abuser's time machine and how they use it to their advantage

More importantly:



An analysis of the psychology behind why your partner acts the way they do...and why you stay
Guidelines for how to deal with a partner that is your manipulator and abuser
Why your abuser loves controlling you, not necessarily you

Emotional manipulation tactics are still abuse, even if there are no physical signs. Gain the knowledge and subsequent courage you need to leave your situation and find true happiness, not someone else's definition of it. Learn to detect when your abuser is not acting in your best interest, and exactly how they make you believe that they are.
©2017 Pamela Kole (P)2017 Pamela Kole
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By Amazon Customer on 05-26-17

Narcissist says women are perfect and men are evil

Lots of good examples of passive aggressive behavior from women, but attributed to men while author, in true narcissist fashion, acts like these behaviors aren't mostly coming from other women.

The person reading the audio book sounds like an impulsive/immature/childish/histrionic person themselves, which fits with the tone of the book, but also makes it difficult for somebody who's not a bratty teenage girl to listen to.

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By Michelle on 02-10-17

This is a good read

What made the experience of listening to Mind Games the most enjoyable?

I could relate to everything in this book. I have been married to a verbal abuser for years and this book just reconfirmed everything for me.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes.

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By said artan on 11-15-17

So so amazing,

This book is clearly writen by, an auther who is so so experienced and artfull with her presentation, that i she change the whole reality of minipulative female and male, and arms and this best chapter, she doasn’t beautyfull show over hundred different technique but also tels the cure, and how to get back at them.

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