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"Blood on the Tracks" is a psychological-horror manga written and illustrated by Shūzō Oshimi. In this manga, the character Seiko Osabe has an unhealthy possessive affection towards her son, Seiichi Osabe. Some of her main manipulation techniques include: 1. Emotional Manipulation: Seiko often uses guilt and her emotional vulnerability to manipulate Seiichi. She would cry or show distress to make him feel guilty and obliged to follow her wishes. 2. Isolation: Seiko tries to isolate Seiichi from other people, including friends or potential love interests. By keeping him dependent on her, she maintains control over his life. 3. Gaslighting: Seiko also uses gaslighting to manipulate her son. She presents her distorted version of reality to confuse Seiichi and make him doubt his own perceptions. 4. Deception: Seiko deceives her son by hiding her dark, possessive side initially. When Seiichi finally sees the truth, he's already much entangled into her toxic affection. As for why Seiko acts this way, there are a few potential reasons, although it's a complex character study: 1. Possessiveness and Fear of Abandonment: Seiko fears being abandoned by her son and sees anyone who tries to get close to him as a threat that she needs to remove. 2. Insecure Attachment Style: Seiko’s behavior can also indicate an insecure attachment style, possibly because of her own traumatic past experiences – which were subtly hinted, yet not explicitly depicted in the manga. 3. Emotional Instability: Seiko is emotionally unstable which can be caused by a range of issues such as a personality disorder or other mental health issues. 4. Pathological Love: In a very twisted way, Seiko did all of this out of a distorted sense of "love" for her child, leading to her dangerous possessiveness and obsession. Please note that this is an interpretation of a fictional character. The storyline and character behavior are designed to evoke thought and entertain, rather than providing a clinically accurate representation of behavior or mental health issues. For accurate understanding of such issues, professional literature or experts consultation is recommended.

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Feb. 3, 2024, 1:30 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, February 3, 2024

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