Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. The Squeaky Wheel. Guilt trips are a form of verbal or nonverbal communication in which a guilt inducer tries to induce guilty feelings in a target, in an effort to control their behavior. As such, guilt trips are a clear form of psychological manipulation and coercion. However, we rarely think of guilt trips in such harsh terms.
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The certificate was laboriously scrawled with an ancient fountain pen, and the registrar solemnly asked me to check the details before signing it. I dragged my eyes through the words, which all seemed to make sense, until the bit about me: Relationship To Deceased; and then there was a word I couldn't make out. It should have said Husband, but I couldn't make the spidery blue marks on the paper form into that. And that was the first time I'd contemplated that word, in relation to me and my new categorisation in the world. And you don't, somehow, think about that word.
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