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You’re in a relationship with someone who, when you first met, seemed to be your perfect soul mate, in fact, too good to be true. But every once in awhile, you get the feeling that something is wrong with the person or the relationship, although you can’t quite identify what it is. So you stuff your apprehensions down and keep going.
If this sound familiar, you may be involved with a sociopath. No, sociopaths are not all deranged, violent serial killers. But they are social predators, who live their lives by exploiting people.
As much as 12 percent of the population has psychiatric disorders that make them unsuitable as romantic partners. This includes both men and women. Most people see the warning signs, but don’t know how to interpret them. Read this book, and you’ll know if you’re being targeted.
When sociopaths are on the prowl for a hook-up, they engage in calculated seduction. They probe for our strengths and weaknesses, and then use them to worm their way into our lives.
Donna Andersen’s book, Red Flags of Love Fraud 10 signs you’re dating a sociopath, explains exactly how the sociopaths do it. This Red Flags of Love Fraud Workbook focuses on you. It enables you to identify your vulnerabilities before the predators do, so you can recognize when you’re being targeted. Or, if you suspect that you’re already in an exploitative relationship, this workbook helps you figure out how you were seduced, what you need to do to leave, and how to protect yourself so that it never happens again.
Love Fraud tells the story of Donna Andersen’s marriage to this a sociopathic con artist. It’s a juicy, outrageous tale, full jaw-dropping lies and manipulation. The book focuses a harsh light on James Montgomery’s despicable behavior. Andersen’s goal is to provide an up close and personal look at what it’s really like to be targeted by a sociopath. But that isn’t her only goal.
Andersen believes the importance of the book is not explaining what happened to her, but why it happened. What is the reason for this experience? She discovered, much to her surprise, that she had a huge karmic issue to work out with James Montgomery, and she came into this life to do it.