This is not a normal break-up
When you end an involvement with a sociopath, there is no amicable separation. A sociopath will either abandon you, or refuse to let you go. He or she may cry, grovel and plead — or threaten you. Here’s what you need to know.
• When escaping, put safety first
• After leaving a sociopath, No Contact
• Children with a sociopath
• And more…
Ending a relationship with a narcissist or sociopath is unlikely to be amicable. You need to plan your exit strategy. First of all, here’s what NOT to do.
Divorcing a sociopath is a nightmare of lies, child custody battles and legal expenses. Learn what to expect, so you can counter your soon-to-be ex’s moves.
This curated collection of Donna Andersen’s best articles explain everything you need to know about spotting, escaping and recovering from sociopaths.
Lovefraud readers have been where you are. They can offer advice, suggestions, or at least moral support. Read what others have written, or post a question.
Sociopaths are fundamentally incapable of being supportive partners or loving parents. So what do you do, especially when there are children involved?
Many police officers, courts and child protective services know nothing about sociopaths. Understand the blindness, so you can plan a path forward.