Okay, so you met this super cool girl or guy who is your ideal kind of person, all perfect and you start counting yourself lucky for founding the right one (a genuine person) only to find out at the end that the person is so fake and you become heartbroken. People have become Pro at masking their flaws, masters at manipulating others in several ways that one tends not to even trusts one’s shadow at times but there are signs to know when somebody is faking it with you before it’s too late only if you are observant.
Below are some signs to show you are with a fake person.
They are good only when it is convenient for them:“They sweep you off your floor and work their charm to get things done from you whenever they want, they pan things for themselves and don’t really care about others even though they portray it otherwise, they might be really kind and caring at first but once they’ve impressed you and won your confidence, they’ll manipulate and extract as much benefit from you as they can from you and also, not maintain constant contact with you”.
You are not important:“Their priorities change every day, the moment they find someone better or some opportunity they’ll just peel off and they might even use you as a ladder to meet new people and bag better opportunities”.
Fake people are self-obsessed:“They brag, they will always weigh their words before speaking, are always diplomatic and will never take your side in public, they want to be in everyone’s good books and will do everything to impress everyone because they are looking for an opportunity to use everyone they meet”.
“You have felt it several times that you’re being taken for a ride by this person but you don’t want to believe that, this person has made such an impression on you that you try to see him/her in good light at all times and you want to give them the benefit of doubt each time”.
They are all about big talks and fake promises:“They’ll impress you with dream dates or amazing vacation ideas but that never happens, chances are they won’t even go to a movie or shopping with you basically, they are never going to be available for you”.