Psychopaths in Our Lives: My Interviews

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Psychopaths in Our Lives contains actual interviews with three “normal’ psychopaths. We think of serial killers when we hear the word psychopath, but the vast majority are not in prison, but walking among us. Lacking a conscience, they leave a path of destruction and despair as they pass through. 

You will read in their own words how they approach relationships, how they manipulate their partners, and what they think about themselves and others. 

Which one is your psychopath? The lover who broke your heart? The friend who stole your husband? The neighbor who poisoned your dog? The arrogant boss that flaunts his power? Read their words; hear the narcissism and callous indifference. Be prepared before you allow a psychopath to destroy your life. 

Perhaps you already suspect something wrong in your relationship. What can you do? Knowledge is power, so learn to recognize the behaviors and the tricks that psychopaths use to manipulate their prey. Will you recognize the mind games? Learn about “gaslighting” and the “victim card.” Learn not to trust what seems too good to be true. It probably isn’t. 

Psychopaths are focused and intense, ready to pounce when the opportunity arises. They have magnetic personalities, drawing in their victims with their charm and intelligence. They are soulless and coldblooded, extracting pleasure from gaining control and inflicting pain. 

There is no doubt that there is at least one psychopath in your life. You may not even know it, as psychopaths are typically charming and persuasive. Your partner, your coworker, your boss, your neighbor – any one of them may be a psychopath. Psychopaths pursue their chosen victims with smooth talk and allure until they have total control. Then they play with them like a cat with a mouse, until they become bored and move on to the next target. Their victims feel abandoned and abused, but can’t understand what happened or how anyone could be so cruel.