Psychologically intimidating questions
The authors of the book Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work describe a five phase model of how a typical workplace psychopath climbs to and maintains power.
In phase three (manipulation) - the psychopath will create a scenario of "psychopathic fiction" where positive information about themselves and negative disinformation about others will be created, where your role as a part of a network of pawns or patrons will be utilised and you will be groomed into accepting the psychopath's agenda.
People with histrionic personality disorder are usually high-functioning, both socially and professionally.
They usually have good social skills, despite tending to use them to manipulate others into making them the center of attention.
First, find something you really like to do or something you’d like to have that can, realistically, serve as a reward.
Telepathy- transfer of information from one person to another without known mediation of sensory communication, 2.
Clairvoyance- acquisition of information about places, people, or events without mediation of known senses, and 3.
Precognition- acquisition of a future event that could not be anticipated through any known processes of inference.
In a study of telepathy, or psi, for example, participants are seated in two separate rooms; while one “transmits” signals, the other attempts to “receive” them.