From an outsider’s perspective, it is very difficult to imagine why anyone would join a cult of their own free will. There are thousands of cults in existence, with millions of members all over the world. According to multiple psychologists and sociologists, there is no stereotype of the sort of person who would join a cult. In fact, it could be any one of us, if we were not on guard to stop it from happening.
10. Seductive Recruitment Process
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According to an article written for the American Psychological Association by Dr. Philip Zimbardo, there is no “type” of person who joins a cult. In fact, many of these people are well-educated, sensible, and logical. He claims that anyone, under the right conditions, could be convinced to join a cult. So, instead of blaming the victims,
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Before someone gets a driver’s license, they take a drivers ed course, practice with the help of an experienced driver, and closely study the rulebook. These are all valuable things to do, because driving without the necessary skills would make someone a menace on the roads, and a danger to themself and others.
The same thought process applies to getting married, as well. Before getting a marriage license, people must learn how to do the high-skills activity that partnership requires. Otherwise, couples are at risk for intense fighting, and launching a marriage that’s at risk from the outset.
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Here are five ways to strengthen friendships with your 5-to-15 closest friends
1. Send positive text messages.
- “How’s that hard thing going?” or “How did it go with your dog training lesson?” or “How’d your mom’s surgery go?” or “How was the test?”
- Congratulations texts
- Holiday texts
- Funny memory or old photo text: “I was just thinking about that time we dressed up like the four seasons for that Halloween party. Can you believe we did that?”
- “What are you up to?” texts
2. Call your friends back.
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If you notice these things, you may want new friends… or to work on your personality.
1. They have lots of parties, don’t invite you to them, and never show up to any events you try to put together.
This is what really made me realize that I wasn’t as liked as I thought I was. When people don’t want to voluntarily hang out with you, they don’t like you. It’s just that simple.
2. You don’t ever end up in group photos on social media.
The reason why they don’t put you there is because they’re embarrassed to be seen with you. Remember, people see social media as a way to show off what a nice life they have. If they don’t want people to see them with you, that’s a sign you’re annoying and they’re embarrass
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