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Free Ebook: "Mental Manipulation: The TOP 10 Manipulation Techniques, Learn How To Influence People, About Dark Psychology, Persuasion Tactics, Mind and Emotional Control, and Covert Mind Games" regularly $2.99.

Has the longest title of any book I've bought in a while :-)

Interesting book about how to manipulate people. Covers a lot of the basic techniques "bribery, gas lighting, fear-to-relief" and so on. Please only use for ethical purposes.

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I feel mentally manipulated into buying this.
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Perfect for anyone interested in a career in politics or mass media.
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These aren't the droids you're looking for.
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This is fake. I know it. You know it. Everyone knows it. Believe me!
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New and trendy words to use. Maybe if you're stuck in the roaring 20s. 1920s, that is. This term originated in the 30s and caught on in the 40s.

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Gaslight? Really? Which stooge in your office are you listing to for new and trendy words to use?
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Quote from LEOMHK1.0 :
I thought it read: Ebook Metal Manipulation
I figured a book by Erik Lensherr
Don't know where my mind was as I was browsing the deals but I thought it said Mental Masturbation Ha hashake headLMAOLMAO Seriously I did. Gotta get back to work
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I was hoping it was about telekenises!
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Going to manipulate Slick Deals into giving me some better deals.
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New and trendy words to use. Maybe if you're stuck in the roaring 20s. 1920s, that is. This term originated in the 30s and caught on in the 40s.
I am aware the term has been around for quite some time. In fact, Gaslight is one of my favorite films.

My comment was meant to be an indictment of when management types who believe their MBA from the University of Phoenix impresses everyone around them hears a term and then adopts the same as something they came up with. They drop the newfound term every chance they get and look douchier each time they say it.

Gaslighting has not been used in typical everyday conversations for most people, but now I hear it at least a few times a week and often incorrectly. I recently heard it's use from pundits in mainstream media.

Gaslighting reminds me of cringeworthy terms like "wheelhouse" or "bandwidth" often found in corporate parlance.

Yes, I just used parlance.
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You should buy this book. You should buy this book. You should buy this book…
It would be unsafe to skip this offer.
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Hah, "wheelhouse" is one that gets under my skin too. I see where you're coming from now, sorry.

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Gaslighting reminds me of cringeworthy terms like "wheelhouse" or "bandwidth" often found in corporate parlance.

Yes, I just used parlance.
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