Manipulation and Dark Psychology: Explained Techniques for Beginners: The Complete Guide to Learning the Art of Persuasion, Influence People, Mind Con (Paperback)
Are you tired of being manipulated?
Do you want to know secrets of dark psychology?
If that's the case, this book is the right book for you. This book will be your guide in learning Manipulation and Dark Psychology. In many ways, beyond containing within its deception, manipulation hints at and implies the existence of the other tools of dark psychology. Dark psychology is ultimately a method for better manipulation.
If you Google "dark psychology" and click through the first few articles, you will see immediately that almost every source on dark psychology uses manipulation several to many times, and that in most cases it is a subheading within the article, or even in the subtitle to the article itself This illustrates how significant manipulation is to dark psychology and how broadly the two are connected. In fact, as was hinted at above, manipulation could itself be split into several subcategories. Obviously, one would be deception, which was already covered, otherwise, their Machiavellianism, reverse psychology, semantics, all of which could be described to some extent or another as kinds of covert-aggression.
This book covers:
- Theoretical Overview
- Historical Overview
- Dark triad Personalities
- Tips to read and Analyze people
- Mind Control
- Assuming Success
- How to use Dark Psychology in Your Daily Life
- And Much More
All forms of manipulation could be described as covert-aggression because manipulation is inherently an aggressive social tactic. The proof of this is in the word "aggression" itself. Forms of aggression are, at their core, about exerting power over another person or animal. If a driver shouts aggressively at another car to "MOVE " or because that driver of that other car cut him or her off, that driver is aggressive because he or she wants his or her will to take precedence over the other driver's will. He or she shouts "MOVE " because he or she wants the other driver to move, in other words, and manipulation functions the same way. Unlike other forms of aggression, though, it has a secondary aim: avoid the detection.
This also speaks to the dark or sinister core of manipulation; it is always about power, and power is always, on some levels, angry and forceful.
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