Expert reveals sneaky psychological hack that will reveal whether someone secretly hates you


A psychology expert has revealed a hack that will help you to weed out your enemies, enabling you to discover whether or not someone hates you and ‘startle the snakes’ by giving them a seemingly superficial compliment. 

Austin, an expert who frequently shares psychological hacks on his TikTok channel, where he goes by @austy_j, and who is based in the US, has revealed a surefire way to discover if someone ‘secretly dislikes you.’ 

The psychology expert regularly shares hacks to his over 492,000 followers and in his most recent video he helped his followers ‘open [their] eyes to how someone really feels’ with his ‘extremely powerful’ hack. 

Austin, a psychology expert based in the US, has revealed a hack that will help you discover someone’s true feelings for you

The psychology specialist regularly shares sneaky hacks to his over 490,000 followers

On TikTok, the expert on psychology goes by The psychology specialist, who goes by @austy_j

The psychology specialist, who goes by @austy_j on TikTok, regularly shares sneaky hacks to his over 490,000 followers

In his most recent video he helped his followers 'open [their] eyes to how someone really feels' with his 'extremely powerful' hack

In his most recent video he helped his followers ‘open [their] eyes to how someone really feels’ with his ‘extremely powerful’ hack

In his video, which garnered over 1.8 million views, he begins by noting that his technique will weed out who secretly dislikes you. 

‘This technique is called startling the snakes,’ he says in his viral video. 

He adds that when you have ‘have a suspicion’ someone dislikes you, you should say something to them that can be perceived as either ‘superficially polite or subtly insulting.’ 

Austin gives an example of a surface level compliment you can give others to test their true feelings for you. 

‘Hey, nice outfit,’ the psychology specialist says. 

He then notes by complimenting someone’s outfit, you can discover their inner feelings. 

‘A friend will take this as a superficial compliment, but a secret enemy will interpret this negatively and lash out.’ 

Austin adds that someone who secretly hates you will insult you after you give them a compliment that could be perceived as insulting. 

He concludes his sneaky hack by noting: ‘A strong negative response will let you see what’s boiling under their surface and make you aware.’ 

To reveal whether someone secretly dislikes you, he said you should give them a compliment that can be perceived as superficial or a subtle insult

To reveal whether someone secretly dislikes you, he said you should give them a compliment that can be perceived as superficial or a subtle insult

Austin gives an example of a surface level compliment you can give others

He adds that by complimenting someone's outfit you can reveal their true feelings about you

Austin gives an example of a surface level compliment you can give others to test their true feelings for you and says that you should compliment their outfit to discover if they hate you 

In a previously viral video, Austin shared a 'sneaky psychology hack to find out how someone really feels about you'

In a previously viral video, Austin shared a ‘sneaky psychology hack to find out how someone really feels about you’

Although Austin disabled the comments on his viral video, in the past he has shared many other psychological hacks that seem to help his viewers. 

In a previously viral video, Austin shared a ‘sneaky psychology hack to find out how someone really feels about you.’

He begins by noting that you can use his trick with family, friends and partners but adds that you should be prepared to receive an ‘unexpected’ response. 

Austin adds: ‘Next time you’re with your selected person, ask them ”what do you think about me?” and expect a superficial answer. 

He notes that usually people respond by noting that you are ‘nice and fun to hangout with.’ 

From here, Austin encourages his followers to ask their selected person why they’re ‘nice and fun to hangout with’. 

He notes that if their selected person doesn’t go into detail or says ‘I don’t know’, they most likely don’t put ‘much thought’ into your relationship with them. 

His followers flooded his comments section with praise, thanking him for his 'help' and teaching them 'sneaky' tricks to reveal the truth behind their relationships

His followers flooded his comments section with praise, thanking him for his ‘help’ and teaching them ‘sneaky’ tricks to reveal the truth behind their relationships

His followers flooded his comments section with praise, thanking him for his ‘help’ and teaching them ‘sneaky’ tricks to reveal the truth behind their relationships. 

‘You help me a lot,’ said one user. 

Another user added: ‘This is cool! Oh I would love to get into psychology TikTok!’ 

‘You just cleared up a lot for me,’ commented one user. 

Another user wrote: ‘Thanks bro.’  

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