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  1. The Survivor's Quest: A New Book About Recovery

    Sometimes, evil does not translate into violence or murder. Sometimes, evil can be difficult to detect. It can be masked by charm and flattery.
  2. Codependency & Victim Blaming: Why Abuse Is Always Wrong

    Regardless of whether you're codependent, insecure, naive, vulnerable, or a perfectly healthy human being, abuse and exploitation are always wrong.
  3. The Battle

    From abusive partners to corporate manipulators to the lying politicians who run this world, we've reached a breaking point. Evil isn't some obscure concept.
  4. Exposing a Sociopath: Should You Warn a Sociopath's Next Victim?

    We've all been there. Through a lucky Google search, you come across your first few articles about psychopathy and everything starts to fall into place.
  5. The Art of Gentleness

    We have to remember that we did not ask for this, we did not deserve this, we did not do this to ourselves. By reminding ourselves this, we reclaim our power.
  6. Closure Without Contact

    Many survivors write that what they want more than anything is to find closure. Some hope that they can somehow obtain that closure from the psychopaths.
  7. 5 Boundaries for Survivors of a Psychopathic Relationship

    During the relationship, boundaries were destroyed and our identities were reduced so much that we hardly recognized ourselves. The lines were so blurred.
  8. "All of My Exes are Bipolar / Crazy / Hysterical / Bitter / Jealous / In Love With Me"

    “Crazy” and “Hysterical” are words of invalidation, minimization, and dismissal. They imply that any reaction you display is over-the-top.
  9. 7 Signs of Hypocrites & The People They Target

    Hypocrites are experts at blaming others, while empathetic people are experts at blaming themselves. You absorb their poison and begin to believe it as truth.
  10. Working Through Rage After Abuse

    Anger is usually perceived as a "bad" emotion. Most of us are taught not to talk about it or even acknowledge it. We are taught to stuff it down into our hearts