Coercive mind control tactics
Coercive mind control tactics are techniques used to manipulate and control the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors of another person. These tactics can include manipulation, deception, intimidation, threats, and other forms of psychological abuse. Examples of coercive mind control tactics include gaslighting, guilt-tripping, shaming, and emotional blackmail.
Schein’s stages of conversion
1. Unfreezing: This is the first stage of conversion, in which the individual is made aware of the need to change. This can be done through education, persuasion, or other forms of influence.
2. Changing: This is the second stage of conversion, in which the individual begins to make changes in their behavior or beliefs. This can involve learning new skills, adopting new values, or changing existing behaviors.
3. Refreezing: This is the third
Examples of Coercive mind control tactics
1. Isolation: Keeping someone away from friends, family, and other sources of support.
2. Intimidation: Using fear to control someone’s behavior.
3. Gaslighting: Manipulating someone into doubting their own reality and memories.
4. Guilt-tripping: Making someone feel guilty for not doing what you want them to do.
5. Manipulation: Using deception and lies to get someone to do something.