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A controlling personality manifests itself in constant criticism, snooping, excessive jealousy and ridicule, explains Psychology Today. The person being controlled feels increasingly confused, emotionally exhausted, guil... More »

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Some general signs of a personality disorder include problems maintaining healthy relationships, blaming other people for problems and feelings of loneliness, according to Healthline. Some symptoms are specific to person... More »

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People with controlling personalities feel a compulsive need to be in charge of their environment and dictate other people's behavior. They are unable to admit mistakes, assume authority without being asked, always insis... More »

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