Call to action – Psychopathy researchers need you!

Call to action – Psychopathy researchers need you!

Our stories will transform and shift the perspectives of the police, the courts, psychiatrists, therapists, lawyers, and our support groups of family and friends. And it’s up to us, no one else, to open their minds to fully understand the impact of...

I lost a friend this week…

When I learned she was dead, I was shocked but not surprised. She had been sick for a very long time, and I felt relief that her suffering had finally ended. Knowing what I know about the struggles of my friend over the past 2 years, I’m not particularly...

Practice healthy selfishness and pride despite what the Sociopath thinks of the matter

One of the hardest things for empathic people to balance is our need to care for ourselves while also caring for the needs of others. We worry so much about the happiness of others that we often cause ourselves undue stress and anxiety worrying that we haven’t...

The Role of Your Conscience when Dealing with the Aftermath of a Sociopath

When trying to understand a sociopath and how a sociopath will react to you and any attempts you make to seek justice or revenge, you MUST remember two very important facts: 1. Sociopaths are not connected intimately to a spiritual core. 2. Sociopath’s are...

More on finding fault with the Sociopath’s Family

Yesterday’s post about mothers of sociopaths garnered lots of reaction on this blog and on the Facebook page dedicated to my book, Escaping the Boy. First, I think it’s wonderful that everyone is sharing their specific experiences and reactions. Doing this...
Hard Work Ahead in the Aftermath of the Sociopath

Hard Work Ahead in the Aftermath of the Sociopath

Sociopaths see all people, especially intimate partners, as possessions and acquisitions. Remember that Tootsie Roll Pop commercial from decades ago? Well, I can’t help but think about it when I think about the sociopath, the boy in my story. He behaved like a...