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Have you met someone who acted like they were for you but they were ghosting you in some manner when you met them? This includes autistic friends.
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Its quite common. Its called mirroring when its done unconsciously, but can be done in purpose to seduce or apear friendlier. In those cases it becomes a way to manipulate. Some manipulations are socialy accepted, like when a seller manipulate clients to increase their sales or bosses manipulate their workers so they are happier and more productive. Psicopaths also do that, but at another level. So yes, its quite common and a must handle when working at a company.Have you met someone who acted like they were for you but they were ghosting you in some manner when you met them? This includes autistic friends.
People who cant properly do #2?I guess lies can be bothersome. Lies can endanger people. This person said yes this place is safe to live in. Then l had my defenses down when l moved in, and the place was infested with two legged cockroachs. So l asked on this final place l am in now. Oh sure, that's a good place. Outright lies. That bothers me. Now l really distrust men. I also mentioned l was sick twice at their place. That trigger some ptsd issues l have. With friends like that who needs enemas?