The most dangerous psychopath is the educated, wealthy and socially skilled psychopath. Danger Has a Face identifies psychopaths as the perpetrators of harassment, manipulation, abuse and conflict. These socially skilled psychopaths can be found running companies, in prestigious government appointments, as judges, therapists, in our families, or living next door. However, they are not like normal people. These types of psychopaths do untold damage to us all; they create drama and devastation by abusing loved ones, manipulating others and blaming those consequences on others.
They know they are different. They know they must carefully hide their true nature because others will not accept it. Without being able to recognize them at the onset, they have easy access to prey on us. We are seeing in the news every day the incomprehensible behavior from educated and powerful people; behavior we cannot understand and cannot assign a reason for. We cannot understand that which has not been given a name. This book names and provides the traits of a psychopath so you can identify the psychopath before it is too late!
It has been estimated that 1 out of 20 men and some experts in the field suggest that 1 out of every 10 men is a psychopath. The majority of these psychopaths are not violent criminals. Danger Has a Face gives you the insight and knowledge to be able to spot the psychopath immediately and be able to defend yourself against these predators.
Written with the experience and insight only a survivor of a psychopath can impart, Danger Has a Face is above all a practical book, which could save your life.
The Story of A:I feel paralyzedby the challenge to survive that which is in front of me. I am overwhelmed by his sickness and abusive behavior. I have become numb in order to survive. He controls my emotions and creates panic, confusion and despair for all of us in our home. I have searched for ways to understand what was happening to me in this dangerous relationship. I abandoned myself, as I knew me to be. I unconsciously adapted to a destructive environment through compromise, rejection, and loss of love. I have little left of the identity I use to enjoy.
The Story of M:Iblamed myself for not being able to stop the nightmare. I sensed that something was wrong, but I didn''t know enough to know what it was. In a way he punished me most when I was creative, happy and free. I stopped being happy because it made him uncomfortable and rigid. I learned to be more silent, so he would open up. I took on his thoughts and beliefs in an attempt to show him my love. I just wish the therapist had told me he was a psychopath, as I would have been able to know what to expect and know that his behavior was not my fault.
The Story of L:After wasting years, I now know that there is no balance with a psychopath. No common ground. No compromise. My ex-husband is a psychopath who has always been disturbed, reactive and depressed. I have clearly encountered someone who will not leave my children or me alone. His distorted fears, his corrupted idea of righteousness continues to feed the hellish nightmare he brings to bear on my family and me.
The Story of D:I have tried everything that works with ''normal'' people thinking I had a chance to help him. I don''t think he is like other people. I know this sounds crazy, but he is just different-and not in a good way. I have exhausted myself trying to fix, heal, and make sense of him and this situation I find myself in. The person who is my husband has drained me of my vitality.
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