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While you and I are waiting for the answer to your great question, I did find something that might interest you.
1. "Guilt trippers attempt to manipulate or control your behavior by using guilt-inducing statements, looks or threats." -- DR. CAT'S HELPING HAND (2000) Google "books".
2. An example of a guilt tripper's statement: "After all I've done for you, you refuse to do this one little thing for me. How could you [treat me this way]?" -- HONEST TO GOD? (1992) Google "books."
3. "[A controller] could be someone who has done a lot for you in the past -- and who regularly reminds you of it." -- APPROVAL ADDICTION (2005) Google "books."
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