Good Game, I Hate You.
9 Symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder.
Do you hate people who win?
Can you play I lose-you win?
Are you a sore loser?
What is a good game for you?
How competitive are you?
Do you secretly hate people who win over you?
Are you such a sore loser that you must plot the other party’s loss.
Can you declare defeat publicly, or do you hold on until you are forced to concede defeat?
The 9 Symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD):
- Fear of abandonment. People with BPD are often terrified of being abandoned or left alone. …
- Unstable relationships. …
- Unclear or unstable self-image. …
- Impulsive, self-destructive behaviors. …
- Self-harm. …
- Extreme emotional swings. …
- Chronic feelings of emptiness. …
- Explosive anger.
- Feeling suspicious or out of touch with reality
The Wisdom of Playing I Lose – You Win:
Many sales & marketing people are known to play I lose-you win.
By letting the customer win i.e. get a big first discount, and become a customer, the seller hopes to gain long-term business at normal prices.
Q. When is it a good time to play I lose-you win?
A. ● new customers ● let children to gain confidence ● to gain trust ● to show your generosity ● lose in the short-term to win in the long-term ● when you want to give enough rope for the other to hang oenself.
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Robren is the Twin Souls of Whisperer Robert Chaen and Angel Brenda (Robert’s late wife). Robert is the thinker, writer, speaker, and whisperer of Angel Brenda from The Afterlife. Robren’s mission is bringing light, truth, and love in darkness, corruption, tyranny, falsehood, fake news, lies, propaganda, victim-hood, attachments, sorrow, grieving, addictions, gender inequality, judgments, hatred and intolerance in community, races, and religions.
Published on 25th July 2018.
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