manipulation

Trump’s insult about a reporter was edited out of an official White House transcript.
Let's call the manipulative, cliché, controlling, nonsense what it is: spiritual abuse
I can't stress enough that I want you, me and every other couple to have a healthy, prosperous and life-long relationship, but that can't happen if there is dishonesty and manipulation in our midst. If you have been guilty of using the tactics above, make a commitment today to be open, honest and transparent.
I don't know what's worse: the fact that Creflo Dollar believes God spoke to him and told him to buy this jet, or the fact that people are so gullible and delusional and are actually supporting this guy.
As American pundits are discussing the Clinton Cash affair and worrying about possible undue foreign influence on U.S. foreign
Higley's video is part of a larger project called "Manipulated," which includes portraits of women who have been digitally
Abuse is sometimes extremely subtle. It is often insidious: You go from thinking you are falling in love to wondering why all of the "problems" in your new relationship seem to be your fault -- with no clear idea of how you got from point A to point B.
The latest reports from Europe about ordinary, normal young men suddenly shifting to become jihadis -- throat cutters, suicide bombers, assassins of children and women -- reminds me of the way cultish holy men formed their slavish followings in the 1960s, '70s and '80s.
I pride myself on being a relational and socially conscious woman in the workplace. I had no idea that these qualities made me a prime target for emotional abuse from a business colleague.
New York City filmmaker and TV host Mike Sargent wants to get to the bottom of a phenomenon that is able to show so much about the way men and women relate, cross-cultural, cross-continental, global.
"Never trust the artist, trust the tale." Christopher Yates invokes the famous D.H. Lawrence quote that functions as an epigraph to Black Chalk, Yates' darkly psychological debut thriller.
This question originally appeared on Quora. By an Anonymous User of Quora There were highs and lows, but I always felt sick
The initial feelings that rushed over me after hearing the announcement that we're pulling out of Iraq were of deep relief. But then they turned to deep sadness over the terrible cost of a war that was always wrong: intellectually, politically, strategically and, above all, morally.
It's a whole lot easier to emotionally manipulate someone who has been conditioned by our society to accept it. We continue to burden women because they don't refuse our burdens as easily. It's the ultimate cowardice.
If you do not like the status quo: Evidence Congress is dysfunctional and not working according to your plans. Change is
Fear is a natural response to threats; it is part of our biological legacy to have a "fight or flight" system. Emotional systems are targeted by political marketers seeking to manipulate voting behavior.
A love that is non-coercive is truthful and genuinely concerned more for the subject of love than for its owner.
"Now it's your turn..." (with props to Neil Innes)