A manipulator can be a man or a woman, of any age, and the manipulation can occur anywhere – in a relationship, family, workplace, or even with strangers.Several cult leaders are known to be master manipulators in making people do things they would otherwise think twice about.
You have so many common interests and he remembers birthdays and anniversaries.
On the outside, you look like the perfect, well-matched couple, but on the inside, you don’t feel so good.
But, there are other people who lie habitually, with the intent to deceive and manipulate others for their own personal gain, and they do not feel bad about doing it. These people are pathological liars, and they are psychopaths.
After much research, I have concluded that all pathological and compulsive liars have personality disorders, and those disorders can be placed on a psychopathic spectrum. I will repeat that: pathological lying is the opposite of normal!
Imagine this scenario – you’re in a relationship with a wonderful person.