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Your colleague says that he agrees, but does he really or is it only a facade? Have you ever thought that you were going crazy, your self-esteems suffer or do you have a feeling that you are being used, manipulated or played? Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable around people and have a really hard time understanding their ‘real intentions’? If you Your colleague says that he agrees, but does he really or is it only a facade? Have you ever thought that you were going crazy, your self-esteems suffer or do you have a feeling that you are being used, manipulated or played? Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable around people and have a really hard time understanding their ‘real intentions’? If you answered yes to at least one of the questions above, you are absolutely not alone. Most people have real trouble recognizing false statements and differentiating fake from real emotions, even with the people close to them. Sure, the small little lie about how awesome Grandma’s homemade pie tastes will not really hurt and might even be necessary for smooth human relationships. But lying can also have tremendous potential for harm, hurt feelings or catastrophic business decisions. Diary studies of lying, conducted with both college students and adults from the community, have shown that lies are a fact of daily life (DePaulo, Kashy, Kirkendol, Wyer & Epstein,1996). Such studies suggest that people tell an average of at least one lie a day and describe their untruths as little lies of little consequence. They perceive their lies as not very serious, they rarely plan their lies, and they do not worry much about the possibility of getting caught, even if the consequences to the people they lied to might be dramatic (DePaulo, Ansfield, Kirkendol & Boden, 2004). Therefore, the skill to differentiate lies from the truth becomes critical and can be of tremendous value for anyone. This book includes: Dark Psychology Secrets: How To Stop Being Manipulated The Art Of Reading People: How To Analyze People Like The FBI In “Dark Psychology Secrets & The Art Of Reading People 2 In 1” you’ll discover: The 6 little-known facts to INSTANTLY kickstart your understanding of why and how people manipulate (Even if you are a bit socially awkward or don’t seem to ‘get’ people’s true self easily!) The exact formula to recognize the different stimuli that make people tick and that are founded in reason and science, not a pure ‘gut feeling’ How these 3 ways lead to becoming a manipulator’s victim – and how to stop any tries in the beginnings The 3 little-known facts to INSTANTLY kickstart your analysis of people’s true feelings and intention (Even if you are a bit socially awkward or don’t seem to ‘get’ people’s true self easily!) Why it is not enough to only OBSERVE and how the right careful actions can bring your game on a whole other level How a recent study by renowned researchers show a way to identify the root cue of a lie and provides new insights into the human psyche Why these VERBAL expressions carry way more weight than you have ever thought (and why it is so hard to oversee for untrained people) The absolute worst 3 things you might be misinterpreting currently that could cause you tremendous confusion and trouble (avoid these mistakes at all costs if you want to read people correctly!) …and much, much more! By relying on the latest scientific research from international experts, this guide is able to identify the exact hints and cues that drive body


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Your colleague says that he agrees, but does he really or is it only a facade? Have you ever thought that you were going crazy, your self-esteems suffer or do you have a feeling that you are being used, manipulated or played? Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable around people and have a really hard time understanding their ‘real intentions’? If you Your colleague says that he agrees, but does he really or is it only a facade? Have you ever thought that you were going crazy, your self-esteems suffer or do you have a feeling that you are being used, manipulated or played? Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable around people and have a really hard time understanding their ‘real intentions’? If you answered yes to at least one of the questions above, you are absolutely not alone. Most people have real trouble recognizing false statements and differentiating fake from real emotions, even with the people close to them. Sure, the small little lie about how awesome Grandma’s homemade pie tastes will not really hurt and might even be necessary for smooth human relationships. But lying can also have tremendous potential for harm, hurt feelings or catastrophic business decisions. Diary studies of lying, conducted with both college students and adults from the community, have shown that lies are a fact of daily life (DePaulo, Kashy, Kirkendol, Wyer & Epstein,1996). Such studies suggest that people tell an average of at least one lie a day and describe their untruths as little lies of little consequence. They perceive their lies as not very serious, they rarely plan their lies, and they do not worry much about the possibility of getting caught, even if the consequences to the people they lied to might be dramatic (DePaulo, Ansfield, Kirkendol & Boden, 2004). Therefore, the skill to differentiate lies from the truth becomes critical and can be of tremendous value for anyone. This book includes: Dark Psychology Secrets: How To Stop Being Manipulated The Art Of Reading People: How To Analyze People Like The FBI In “Dark Psychology Secrets & The Art Of Reading People 2 In 1” you’ll discover: The 6 little-known facts to INSTANTLY kickstart your understanding of why and how people manipulate (Even if you are a bit socially awkward or don’t seem to ‘get’ people’s true self easily!) The exact formula to recognize the different stimuli that make people tick and that are founded in reason and science, not a pure ‘gut feeling’ How these 3 ways lead to becoming a manipulator’s victim – and how to stop any tries in the beginnings The 3 little-known facts to INSTANTLY kickstart your analysis of people’s true feelings and intention (Even if you are a bit socially awkward or don’t seem to ‘get’ people’s true self easily!) Why it is not enough to only OBSERVE and how the right careful actions can bring your game on a whole other level How a recent study by renowned researchers show a way to identify the root cue of a lie and provides new insights into the human psyche Why these VERBAL expressions carry way more weight than you have ever thought (and why it is so hard to oversee for untrained people) The absolute worst 3 things you might be misinterpreting currently that could cause you tremendous confusion and trouble (avoid these mistakes at all costs if you want to read people correctly!) …and much, much more! By relying on the latest scientific research from international experts, this guide is able to identify the exact hints and cues that drive body

30 review for Dark Psychology Secrets & The Art Of Reading People 2 In 1: Signs A Toxic Person Is Manipulating You And How To Handle It

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Shea

    Stay away from psychopaths, sociopaths, and narcissists

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Venegas

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The first half of this book gets quite interesting in breaking down the psychological traits of a manipulative person. It's also provides some interesting tactics in reading people and stepping in their shoes for a moment. This does, however, come off as a Self-Help book rather than an informative book on psychology which is not exactly what I was looking for in this book. The second half of the book includes a portion of one of Richard Martinez's other books which comes to me more as a work in The first half of this book gets quite interesting in breaking down the psychological traits of a manipulative person. It's also provides some interesting tactics in reading people and stepping in their shoes for a moment. This does, however, come off as a Self-Help book rather than an informative book on psychology which is not exactly what I was looking for in this book. The second half of the book includes a portion of one of Richard Martinez's other books which comes to me more as a work in progress rather than a completed, well-thought out book. This second book expands on the idea of EI or EQ which points out the basics of these. This half generalizes the idea of emotional intelligence and is only applicable to those who don't have much emotional intelligence in the first place. I feel that this half of the book could have expanded more on specifics of certain situations in which those who come forth as having emotional intelligence tend to end up not really having much at all. I feel this could have definitely been a good thing to bring up since these situations tend to lead to bad consequences for just about everyone. This other book over generalizes people by calling those who overreact in certain situations as "having low EI or EQ" rather than considering the mental health or condition of the person. There is a common theme of generalization in this book. It fails to bring up those who have high Emotional intelligence by living healthy in the past but suddenly change the way they act while trying to deal with certain heavy life situations. However, the first half of this book somewhat hits the mark of its purpose. Barely.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leticia

    This book is informative but anxiety driven. Leans more toward a negative side. Was hopeful to learn more of how to handle said negative sides I read; for example more on how read cues that you’re dealing with a narcissist, more on how to strengthen your mind and not falling into the hands of these types of people. All in all I did enjoy reading there were a few errors but I honestly didn’t have a problem reading through. I get it they are dark psychology secrets it’s possible my expectations we This book is informative but anxiety driven. Leans more toward a negative side. Was hopeful to learn more of how to handle said negative sides I read; for example more on how read cues that you’re dealing with a narcissist, more on how to strengthen your mind and not falling into the hands of these types of people. All in all I did enjoy reading there were a few errors but I honestly didn’t have a problem reading through. I get it they are dark psychology secrets it’s possible my expectations were not in line with the purpose of the book

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