“How to recognize ‘parasitic personalities’: These pleasant and positive people are actually predators”

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Therefore, there is a need to unmask these smiling yet voracious predators. Like any respectable manipulator, the parasitic personality is hidden. And since the mask in question is charming, friendly, and empathetic, it is difficult to distinguish the calculation and voracity it hides.

“These pleasant, positive people are actually hunters, predators, who see others as a resource. And they are all the more formidable because one often takes time to realize that they are being sucked in, used, and manipulated,” explains Johanna Rozenblum, a clinical psychologist and author of “Déconditionnez-vous.” A room to spend their vacation, your address book, your decorating ideas, your negotiating skills…

These predators…

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