Psychology of intimidating people Xxxchat
Being cognizant of control tactics used by challenging people can make the difference between awareness versus ignorance, and mastery versus victimhood.
Below is a list of fifteen controlling tactics difficult people often use to maneuver others into positions of disadvantage, excerpted from my book (click on title): “How to Successfully Handle Aggressive, Intimidating, and Controlling People”.
— Paramhansa Yogananda Most of us come across difficult personalities at some points in our lives.
These individuals may exist in our personal or professional environment.
The Traveler: You are a person who cannot be without adventure in your life.
You explore every single mystery you come across, love to find new and interesting things you've never seen before, and you absolutely love to share your experiences with your loved ones. Just as long as you have your spirit of adventure there isn't anything you can't overcome together!
Not everyone who acts in the following manners may be deliberately trying to control you. Regardless, it’s important to recognize these behaviors in situations where your rights, interests and safety are at stake. Home Court and Time Dominance An aggressive and controlling person may insist on you meeting and interacting in a physical space where he or she can exercise more dominance and control.
Intimidation is a maladaptive outgrowth of normal competitive urge for interrelational dominance generally seen in animals, but which is more completely modulated by social forces in humans.
Questions are more likely answered with greater care and detail. Strength and Intimidation in Numbers Some aggressors like to dominate a situation by having a number of associates or friends present to support her or his position.
The superior numbers alone may constitute an intimidating presence.
Often times people think you are very shy or are extremely calm.
There is an inner fire you have that everyone cannot be without.
When someone’s name is called, the speaker has the listener’s attention.