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Many of us think we have life all figured out.

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Mind games. Life's survival is based on the best of the best of mind games. Sometimes you just gotta get someone to do what you need, like diffuse a dangerous situation. Is it always right or morally ethical? NO. But please, let he is without sin cast the first stone. A little trickery goes a long way... often for good.

Redditor u/PM_ME_UR_PUPPYDOGS wanted us all to fess to some shady yet clever mind games we've all played.... What is the most effective psychological "trick" you use?

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Who doesn't love a good medical TV show? We marvel on a weekly basis about the medical cases our tv doctors are faced with. Some of those episodes become epic and we never forget them because of the patient's ordeal (None of us will ever forget the couple on Grey's who were connected by a pipe going through them both and we learned early on that only ONE could live...) that seems to ludicrous to ever happen in "real" life. We often think... "That is too crazy, even for fiction!" But clearly some of us need to have a chat with some more medical personal. Life is strange and miracles are a thing!

Redditor u/yetanotherowl reached out to the Docs of the internet asking them to share.... Doctors of Reddit, what is your best "How the hell did the patient survive" - story?

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The funny (in a tragic kind of way) thing about manipulative and abusive relationships is that sometimes you don't realize you're in one until something so ridiculous happens that you can't deny it any longer. One Reddit user is facing that realization after her husbands ultimatum, an assault by his friend, and the victim blaming that followed.

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