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      The Social Guide to Handling Toxic People: Become too Charismatic to be Bullied and too Charismatic to be Resisted

      Imagine This . . .

      You are out with your friends. You are having a great time.

      Suddenly, one of your ‘friends’ makes a sarcastic comment about you. That is, he makes fun of you and makes the entire group laughs. At you!

      Suddenly, you are feeling so insecure and resentful. You stay silent or fake a nervous smile. It hurts. But you don’t say anything. You can’t or don’t want to, it doesn’t matter.

      Then when you go home, you set there thinking about all the things you could have said and could have done. All the ways it sucks to let someone walk over you. And that kills whatever self-esteem that is left.

      Or How About This . . .

      You are in a great mood. Everything is beautiful. You are smiling and waving at cats and doves at the park for no reason other than you being ecstatic (and a little maniac!).

      Then somehow, you meet this person. This person is charming. This person comes across as someone who has it all together.

      Few minutes of his charisma and you are feeling bad. You are feeling bad about yourself. Your life. Your good day. Everything sucks, including, and especially, you.

      It had something to do with something that this person said or did. You can’t put your hand on it because their charisma is distracting. But you know, deep in your heart, that there was something toxic in that interaction.

      OK, Here Is A Last, But Extreme, One . . .

      There is this someone who knows that he can push you around. He can do it and get away with it. He knows you won’t do anything even if you wished.

      He knows he can mock you, undervalue you, disrespect you, and even mistreat you. He knows that when it comes to charisma and social abilities, he wins and you suck.

      So, he does just that. He makes you lose your self-esteem and suffer silently. He derives his sense of worth from your suffering. You know he is toxic, but it is usually you who is portrayed as toxic and timid and meek. And you hate it.

      (If that is not you and it is a bit of an extreme example, you probably know someone who is in this miserable situation. Don’t stay silent. Speak up and/or teach them how to speak up for themselves.)

      Does It Hurt To Imagine (Or Remember!) These Situations?

      If it does, then you need to read the following story.

      Harry Potter was an outcast.

      He never fit in. Boys his age never seemed to relate to him, and neither did he.

      But there was something about him.

      He was different in a peculiar way that made him unique.

      His parents were killed by an evil villain who was so terrifying that people couldn’t even utter his name.

      Harry survived. But this evil man left a piece of him in Harry: a scar.

      Harry would grow up and own his truth. He would be the man who is able to stand up against this malevolent, horrible man. He would become the one who defies the evil by which he was touched.

      He was touched by evil and he knows evil; he can defy it because of that.

      As Jordan Peterson describes this, “The reason Harry Potter can withstand Voldermort is that he’s got a piece of him. The way to keep the psychopath at bay is to develop your own inner psychopath, so that you know one when you see one.”

      How Do You Stop Toxic People From Screwing Up Your Life?

      And how do you actually create a social circle in which you are respected and valued?

      This book will help you become your own Harry Potter in your own life.

      Chances are, there are toxic people in your life (Voldemorts!) who are making you unbelievably sick and mad. And they subtly make you feel weak for being helpless against their toxic behavior.

      It doesn’t have to be this way.

      But it can be this way. In this case, the price is your self-respect and sanity.

      Having people walk over you and mistreat you isn’t pleasant. It makes you grow resentful. And with enough resentfulness, you may explode in delinquent ways.

      And I don’t have to state the obvious. The world is not a beautiful place. And without understanding toxicity and evil people, those toxic people can have more power and status than you and end up doing more harm to you and to more people.

      How This Book Is Different?

      I have  ability of empathizing and understanding because I have lived this; by 'this' I mean being picked on as well as being respected.

      Next, the information that is presented is what really has helped me and what has been proven to be useful in social settings and social hierarchies.

      Here is a glimpse (those are not necessarily explained one by one, but they are used as base ideas):

      • Psychological projection;
      • the black-triad theory;
      • attachment theory and secure, effective communication methods;
      • attachment theory and what marks the insecure behavior;
      • some of Jordan Peterson ideas on assertiveness and how it is a part of the psychotherapy training;
      • the shadow theory;
      • the big 5 theory (mainly: agreeableness vs. disagreeableness);
      • sarcasm and humor as defensive and survival mechanisms; and
      • social intelligence.
      • And more, of course.

      The book is short and to the point. No pages for the sake of increasing the number of pages.

      It contains 5 chapters.

      The first three chapters help you “study evil” and “get touched by it” and “develop your own inner psychopath” as a result of understanding toxic people on a deeper level. Some tips to protect yourself are included.

      The last two chapters are not what you might think. They don’t focus on toxic people and how to destroy them. Rather, they focus on you and how you can become a higher status individual.

      It builds on the knowledge of the previous chapters but focuses mainly on developing skills and thinking patterns that should lift up your status.

      What Readers Are Saying About The Book

      This book consists of a clear analysis of what makes one a toxic person or a charismatic leader. Giving you insight into why and how toxic people get under your skin. Definitely recommend it if you need to take control of your emotional life, instead of being pushed around. Mosab’s experience will truly help you grow more charismatic.

      – Timon, a social skills coach and founder at Techlecticism.com

      This book is one of the best books I have ever read. It discusses a very sensitive problem that we all face in our daily lives directly or indirectly cause we deal with people every day and as this course mentioned not all of those people are good, there are dicks and assholes. So we need to prepare ourselves and learn not to make assholes of ourselves but to defend ourselves. Really, I am surprised by how many toxic people in my life after learning how to know them and how to protect myself from them! It was a turning point in my life. And I hope it will become one for you.

      – Mohammed Kemya

      Toxic people, bullies, and narcissists are all diseases and this is like surgery to remove them. Well done, Mosab.

      – Elhuseen

      As humans, we meet a lot of toxic people in every turn, but most of the time we decide to ignore them or act like we don’t care about everything they say. But sometimes it hurts us. Many articles tell you how to act and deal with them but this book is different in everything; at first, it gives you psychological look about them and how they think and after that how to handle them in a simple way; it mixes between human development and psychology in a funny way.

      -Suzan

      Here Are 8 More Benefits You Can Get

      • Stop being a target for bullies and jerks: you will get the chance to grow and become a different person: a person who demands respect.
      • Stop going through the scenarios in your head of things you could have said or done: and actually say and do the very things that will make bullies stop and think twice before attacking you again.
      • Stop being bullied for being too quiet/ for being too nice/ for being yourself: you don’t have to change who you are and fit a specific social persona to stop being bullied and pissed off by mean people. You can still be who you are and demand respect.
      • Become respected socially: this has a lot of benefits. Not only will it scare away bullies, but also it will make you able to choose who you want to spend time with instead of being forced to be with certain people.
      • Defusing bullying techniques: I am not fond of tactics, but we do have some tactics in this course that can immediately make you more assertive. In fact, they are only 2 techniques but, once mastered, they are very effective.
      • Get over you guilt when it comes to saying, ‘no’ and asserting your boundaries: if you are one of the people who cannot say, ‘no’ then you will suffer a lot because of not being able to reject what you do not like and not being able to assert yourself and needs.
      • Project strength without opening your mouth: without saying a word! And no, it is no only about body language.
      • Have better emotional connections: Emotional connection is probably one of the best things you can experience as a human being. charisma will get you to the door and help you weed out the wrong people. But to have REAL emotional connections, which is probably the most important part of any human relationship (we are emotional creatures, like it or hate it!), you need more than charisma.

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      • The number of pages: 75 pages.
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