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Love Bombing & Mind F!@#$%^

Updated: Nov 6, 2023

I'm sure you've heard of love bombing and mind f*cking. But what is it? Let me explain!

I thought I was the crazy one in our relationship, but clearly, you are.

You're not crazy. You're not alone. You are not the first person to experience this and you will not be the last. There is no shame in being a victim of emotional abuse—you deserve to be loved, honored, valued and respected at all times.

You have every right to believe that your partner has changed into someone who treats you differently than he or she did before meeting with someone else or going through something traumatic (such as losing a loved one). He/she may even tell you this themselves if they realize how badly things have gone south since meeting someone else in their life!

Love bombing is a manipulation technique.

Love bombing is a manipulation technique. It's used to gain control over you, and it's a way to manipulate your emotions and make you feel like you are not good enough without them. The goal of this type of relationship is to make the other person feel like they need them so much that they'll do anything for their partner. This can include putting up with abuse or even committing crimes in order to keep the relationship together.

Love bombing can also be used by narcissists who want their victims' sympathy but don't want any kind of commitment in return (hence why so many people fall into abusive relationships). Narcissists often use love bombing as part of their strategy when they're trying to break off a relationship before it becomes too serious—and sometimes even after breaking things off!

Control by guilt and shame.

Mind fucks are a great way to control people. They’re extremely manipulative and often work by guilt and shame tactics. The mind fucker will say things like:

  • I need you to be there for me because no one else will understand how hard this is for me (they are trying to make themselves feel good in order not to think about how bad their situation really is).

  • I love you so much! You make me happy! Without you, my life would be empty…but now that we’re together again, everything can go back to normal again...can't we try?

Mind fucking uses extreme tactics of manipulation.

Mind fucking is a form of emotional abuse. It can be used to control and manipulate someone, but it's also used in romantic relationships. A mind fuck is when you make your partner think that something is true even when it isn't, to make them feel guilty or ashamed of themselves for something they've done wrong.

In the same way that gaslighting can be an abusive tactic used by abusers, mind fucking uses extreme tactics of manipulation. If your partner says something about you in an angry tone of voice then asks "Why do you always take things out on me?" You could respond by saying: "I'm sorry I did take things out on you but this time I didn't mean to.

" This response makes your partner feel guilty even though their actions weren't intentional (if anything at all). It's also important not only because they might start thinking twice before doing whatever it was they did wrong again - but also because if someone else sees how much power this method has over us then maybe we'll stop using it altogether!

You can't talk to friends or family about the relationship because your partner makes you feel dismissed or that it's all in your head.

When you are mind-fucked, it's hard to know what is going on. You might feel like your partner has the power to make or break you, and that they can do anything they want with their words. The truth is that no one has this much power over anyone else—and if there are problems in a relationship, it's because both partners contribute to them!

Even though you may think that your relationship is perfect and everyone else thinks so too, there may be something more going on behind the scenes than meets the eye (or ear). The good news is that when we fix our relationships by taking responsibility for ourselves first then working together as partners afterwards (as opposed to blaming each other), we can finally find happiness again!

It's like dealing with a child who is having a temper tantrum.

It's like dealing with a child who is having a temper tantrum. The child is blaming others for their problems and manipulating you into feeling guilty, which makes the person feel powerful because they can make you feel bad about yourself. This can be done through gaslighting: making it seem like everything is your fault by twisting reality around so that no matter what actions or words are said, they will always be seen as manipulative (which means “bad”).

It also causes denial because no one wants to accept responsibility for anything except themselves; therefore it's easier to blame someone else than take ownership of their own actions. Denial works very well in conjunction with gaslighting—if we deny something happened even though we know it did happen but don't understand why then there must be something wrong with us rather than our situation! So now instead of questioning whether this relationship might not work out after all...we're just going along with whatever happens next without questioning anything at all!

Love-bombing and mind-fucking are common red flags for emotional abuse.

Love bombing and mind-fucking are common red flags for emotional abuse.

Love bombing is a form of manipulation, which means that it’s used to control someone else. In this case, the abuser will shower you with compliments and affection in order to make you feel like you need them.

This may seem harmless—but it’s actually not: if someone tells you how beautiful or smart or talented they think you are all the time, there’s only one thing left for them to do! They need to use those words against their partner so they can feel better about themselves (and gain more power over him/her).

If love bombing sounds familiar then that's because most abusers use similar tactics when trying on someone else's relationship (including their own). It starts off slowly but eventually becomes more frequent and intense until finally reaching an abusive level where verbal abuse turns physical as well!

If you're in a relationship where your partner is constantly showering you with attention and affection, but they never seem to show the same amount of respect and love back towards you, then this may be an indication that your partner is using love bombing or mind-fucking. It's important that you are careful not to fall into these traps yourself, because if you do so it will only lead to more emotional damage down the road.

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