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  1. To accuse someone, it is not necessary to pass a sentence – “guilty”. Sometimes, in order to feel guilty, even another person is not necessary. In any case, his physical presence.

    Guilt is a difficult feeling to experience. In the case of constant guilt, we are talking about toxic, if you will, chronic guilt. Once upon a time, someone important behaved with a child in such a way that all his actions and actions were inappropriate. “You're doing everything wrong” – this message forms toxic guilt. Accordingly, then, the person experiences himself as regularly doing wrong.�

    People with toxic guilt often project blame on others. You don't have to say anything, just be present to make the other person feel guilty over and over again. Internal conversations with the prosecutor often ruin relationships. Don't let them flow naturally. A person who is guilty in life is indecisive and tries to ask for forgiveness and apologize at an opportunity. Of course, next to such a person you can experience yourself as a tyrant, despot and XO.�

    Racketeering feelings happen. Just in case of chronic guilt. This is when it is extremely difficult to experience guilt. Then the person can be angry, behave aggressively towards a potential accuser.

  2. Intonation decides in this case. You can also say the most pleasant words in such a tone and with such a facial expression that a person will have a big out of sync, including a sense of guilt. Because you seem to say he's doing great, but the look on your face says otherwise. So the “what did I do wrong?”process starts.. Bottom line: facial expressions, intonation and content of the address should correspond to each other, then there will be no unreasonable feelings of guilt in the interlocutor.

  3. People, in addition to the direct meaning of words spoken to them, have a good sense of the facial expressions of the person who is talking to them and the tone of their voice.

    People are perceptive, so they can understand that sometimes a person means one thing and says another.

    Thus, if the other person has an unfriendly face and an accusatory tone, the person will think that they are being blamed regardless of what they are being told.

    Plus, many people are receptive and can come up with something from scratch.

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