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    Watch Trump ditch his wife in bad weather to board Air Force One

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    26 Dealbreakers That Are An Instant Unfriend/Unfollow

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    Everyone’s online now. It’s literally the route we interact , now. And because of that, we’ve all had to evolve our own systems of filtering out people we don’t want to deal with. So we asked our readers to come up with their short list of red flags, when it comes to surfing the onslaught of internet pal requests.

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    Woman Overhears Man Manipulating His Girlfriend And Live-Tweets The Conversation

    One of the most crucial elements of a healthy, long-term relationship is honesty. When it’s missing, so is trust. Still, some would rather keep their partners in the dark to avoid confrontation , no matter the consequences.

    One man lately disclosed an incredibly important aspect of his life to his girlfriend — an uncomfortable dialogue author Maria Dahvana Headley overheard while sitting in a restaurant. The man had purposefully maintained secret that he had a 12 -year-old son for the duration of the relationship. As Headley heard, the revelation was upsetting enough. But it got much worse when not only did the man refuse to take responsibility for the lie, but also made his girlfriend feel guilty for her reaction.

    “This conversation took place in June of 2017, before the Weinstein revelations, before #MeToo gained traction- and it was a tremendously clear instance of everything we’ve talks to ever since- gaslighting and what it looks like in real period, ” Headley told Bored Panda.

    “This is why I talk about things like this in public- I crave victims to realize that they are not the ones at fault in scenarios like this one, and to depart these situations when they recognize the warning signs- lying, refusal to acknowledge wrongdoing, blaming the person or persons they are lying to for judging them.”


    That’s also why Headley decided to live-tweet their entire conversation. Read on below because the situation plays out and see if you can spot the signs of manipulation.