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Here's Why Women Like Jerks, According To Reddit

The female community universally knows that jerks, f*ckboys, and a**holes are the worst, and should be avoided at all costs. Yet, we also have to admit that they're so good at what they do. For some reason, many of us keep coming back for more, and we're not really sure how to explain this toxic attraction. Thankfully, we can always count on Redditors to explain the strange phenomena of the world. Last year, a Redditor really wanted to understand WTF is going on when it comes to women who are attracted to jerks, and his fellow Redditors pulled through with all kinds of explanations. Scroll down to gain a better sense of our toxic attractions, and how we could avoid being into jerks in the future. 

Reddit thread explaining why women love jerks | thumbnail text - Posted by u/AdministrativeHour5 1 year ago What is really happening with women "liking jerks?"
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Most Effective Psychological Tricks People Use On Others Which Really Work

The internet is full of advice from people, some who know what they're talking about, and others who don't. You need to sift through a lot of crap to find the nuggets of helpful information online, but when you find something valuable, it's usually worth it. One such resource is this Reddit thread, where people shared the best psychological tricks they use on others, which actually work. We're not talking voodoo magic here; these are the mind games that people fall for without realizing which you can use to your advantage.



people reveal most effective psychological tricks which really work | thumbnail text - aaronmicook 2 years ago I currently manage around 240 people between 6 restaurants. It is often hard to get them to do what is needed. I have found saying "I need your help" is sufficient to get them on board. People want to feel needed and like they are making a difference. Expressing to them as much makes all the difference in the world.
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Psychotherapist Creates Hilariously Honest Self Help Books Based On His Observations At The Clinic

Johan Deckmann is a psychotherapist analyzing the human behavior of his patients and turns his observations to witty titles for fictional self-help books. For more, visit his instagram page. Via: Bored Panda 

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