Dark NLP: The Art of Reading People. How to Analyze People, Spot Covert Emotional Manipulation, Detect Deception and Defend Your (Paperback)

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Do you feel like what you do in life isn't decided by you? Do you feel like someone is brainwashing you and using you as a chess piece?

If you want to learn how to detect and defend yourself from the Dark Psychology Techniques effectively, then keep reading.

Dark Psychology is becoming more and more used by those who want to control your actions, to get what they want. All in all, it is quite clear that the knowledge of this subject is necessary for daily survival.

NLP techniques were created for positive purposes, but if used by manipulative and toxic people, they can have devastating effects on the minds and lives of their victims.

Dark NLP is an exploration of antisocial behavior in society, and how to counter it. We want to provide you the tools you need to feel safe and secure in navigating what can be a scary world.

You Will Learn:

- How to Recognize the Behavioral Traits of Manipulative People

- How Persuasive People Use Dark Psychology to Control their Victims' Minds

- How to Understand Non-verbal Communication

- Simple Strategies to Read Body Language

- How to Spot Dark NLP Techniques

- How to Analyze People to Defend Yourself from Dark Human Behavior

- Simple Methods to Avoid Brainwashing

Dark NLP provides practical actions that can create real and lasting change to help you intercept these manipulations.

Even if you've never been able to defend yourself from dark NLP techniques and manipulative behaviors, this book will be teaching the strategies you need in your toolbox to fight all parts of dark psychology.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9781838223885
ISBN-10: 1838223886
Publisher: Smart Creative Publishing
Publication Date: October 8th, 2020
Pages: 136
Language: English




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