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Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution. Think for yourself. Trust your intuition. Another’s mind is not walking your journey, you are.
In any relationship, do boundaries get set? When you hurt someone, do you pretend to suffer a memory lapse suddenly or are confused about the facts? Demolish as a verb is to pull or knock down, destroy or flatten, bulldoze or topple. Negative people do all of the above.
When people in positions of power lie, you not only become disaffected with them but you become alienated with everything they represent. Manipulative people are in every walk of life. You might meet them at work, or they take credit for your achievements or in social situations they are controlling, demanding or even abusive.
Everyone falls out at times and then there are those that flip the script. Manipulative people are masters at smoke and mirrors. If you are their target, they will have intensely studied you and will know all of your strengths and weaknesses. These are the tools to understand how to wind you up. Often, they will accuse you of the very things they have done themselves. Ultimately, to a manipulator, everything is a game. It happens slowly, so the victim does not see the deception coming.
Do not get emotionally overwhelmed. Primarily, you do not want to get into a heated debate. To do so, you cannot react too aggressively. Some issues are objective, and some are subjective. Make sure you are correct. Whenever you think you are right, prove it without making assumptions.
The devil does not care if you go to church or read your bible as long as you do not apply it to your life.
Remember to keep the circle positive, peaceful and loving. ©
Written with love.
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Joy M. Mills (IP)
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*This article is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal or other professional advice. This article was written to support, not replace medical or psychiatric treatment. Please seek professional care if you feel you have a condition.