How to Make Someone Feel Bad?

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You can make a person have a guilt trip or feel bad by being sad yourself. If they was supposed to do something but didn't tell them it's okay, you understand, they were too busy to help you out. Telling a person how they may say things hurts you causing you to feel bad will put a guilt trip on them too.
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To make someone feel bad you can remind them of something they did that they're not proud of. You can tell them you no longer admire or respect them. Seems cruel to me and I wouldn't want to make anyone feel bad.
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