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  1. Why Do Psychopaths Put Us On The Defense?

    The psychopath sits back, relaxes, and enjoys the show. They calmly point to the hysterical victim and say “Jeez, that poor, crazy person…”
  2. Please Let Go Of The Idea That The Psychopath Has "Won"

    Someday, when the crazy-making is finished and you're on your way to recovery, you're going to realize that the psychopath wins nothing.
  3. The Transitional Target

    Psychopaths are always on the prowl, we know this. But after a longer, more "substantial" relationship, they are usually seeking to take out their hatred.
  4. 4 Reasons for the Cruel Breakup

    The D&D is the psychopath’s most damaging form of emotional (and sometimes physical) abuse, but it also reveals something else: his accidental respect for you.
  5. Sexual Manipulation

    Like everything else, the psychopath mirrors our deepest sexual desires. That’s why it feels so incredibly passionate and flawless when you’re together.
  6. Torture by Triangulation

    To draw you closer, the psychopath creates an aura of desirability, of being wanted and courted by many. They manufacture love triangles with exes.
  7. The Loss of Innocence

    So many survivors long for when life was "normal" and "happy", but I don't know how much of that was ever real.
  8. No, You're Not A Psychopath

    Too often, survivors come to the horrifying (and incorrect) realization that they might be a psychopath. Don't worry, you're not alone!
  9. Beware of the Vultures

    Usually these faux-caring people feed off of drama and an insatiable need to be appreciated by others. You don't need these kinds of people in your life.
  10. Stages of Grief from a Psychopathic Relationship

    You will undoubtedly feel all of those at some point while recovering from the psychopathic relationship. But losing a psychopath is not like losing a friend.