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To judge for yourself, Mc Nelis suggests connecting with how comfortable you feel with the attention, even if you think your potential S. is the kind of person who just wears their emotions on their sleeve, or just seems like a generally earnest individual.Says Mc Nelis, "Instead of just listening to the words they say, look carefully at their behavior, as well as the people with whom they surround themselves." Ask yourself questions like: "Trust your intuition," Mc Nelis says. If the person seems like they are too good to be true, that is likely the case.Often, narcissists use flattery and seeming devotion to 'hook' a person and gain their trust," Mc Nelis explains. Many narcissists recognize that once people catch on to their game, the relationship will end.But the narcissist tries to hold on to you by putting you in the starring role of the relationship.As Mc Nelis explains, "Love bombing is meant to create feelings of obligation and dependency in the 'object' of attention, the operative word being 'object.' There isn't really a sense of mutuality when you're love bombed." In fact, "what looks like chivalry and good, old-fashioned romance at first can quickly descend into feeling like you're being bombarded and there's no space to just breathe.tells Health that love bombers may not be a narcissist, but have an unhealthy attachment style instead.Successful love bombing is designed to win someone over, so the attention they receive makes them feel special and cared for.
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Violent and controlling relationships may begin with overwhelming attention, sweet words, and gifts that make future victims close their eyes to the red flags indicating potential abuse. Within two weeks, he had moved into her apartment, put his name on her bank account, and claimed her every second when she was not at work.
It's been widely reported that the term was coined by a religious cult in the 1970s, where its leaders weaponized love for their own gain.
And its modern meaning doesn't veer too far off course.