In order to do any work, the person we want him to do the work is to exclude him and make him more enthusiastic about doing the work.
It is a technique the parents often apply to children. Reverse psychology is a simple concept. You want a person to do something, but even if you ask politely, you are almost certain that you will not do it. For this reason, you want to do the opposite of what you want it to do, or tell him to do it by asking him to do as you want to try to do.
In the field of psychotherapy, reverse psychology is more accurately called paradoxical intervention. In paradoxical intervention, the therapist instructs the client to act in a manner that he is trying to overcome. For example, if a client is trying to terminate the procrastination behavior, the counselor may ask the counselor to delay him by delaying one hour a day. The idea behind it is that this will help the client to focus on the possible causes of behavior and behavior, and will enable the behavior to be seen as a voluntary movement and thus to be controlled.
Hi. The best way to describe reverse psychology is "an offender putting blames on someone innocent so as to make them feel guilty for what they actually did." They offenders do this in order to make they innocent powerless and vulnerable.
Reverse psychology can be very manipulative that if they victim continues to let such or agree to the statements that aren't true about them, they begin to doubt themselves and their lives might become complicated in the process of staying with such persons. I will always advise anyone who is in this situation to leave such people who try put blames on them just because they do not want to accept their own wrongs. People should be accountable for their actions no matter how hurtful it is, than casting blames on someone innocent for something they themselves should be guilty of.
Saying the opposite hoping they do the opposite to what you suggest. It is working in a smart way to get what you or they need in a round about way.