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Caution: Sociopaths can be very convincing
By April 27, 2017 1 Comments Read More →

Caution: Sociopaths can be very convincing

Husband Liar Sociopath

Every week, a chapter of my book, “Husband, Liar, Sociopath: How He Lied, Why I Fell For It & The Painful Lessons Learned” (available via Amazon.com, just click on the title or book cover) will be published here on Lovefraud. To read prior chapters, please see the links at the bottom of the post.

Chapter 44B: A Second Honeymoon

I looked at him. “Are you serious?”

Announcing the new Lovefraud website, including online courses

Announcing the new Lovefraud website, including online courses

Now, it’s easier than ever to find what Lovefraud has to offer you! Check out our new home pages:

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The sociopathic MO in three easy steps

The sociopathic MO in three easy steps

Spotting the Red Flags of Love FraudI have a friend who lost his wife to cancer. After a year, he started going out in search of companionship. He knew my history of being involved with a sociopath, in fact, he knew my ex, James Montgomery. So when he had a bizarre experience with woman he dated for a few weeks, my friend had questions for me.

The woman claimed to be separated from her husband, although I’m not sure that was the case. She pursued my friend relentlessly, until they had sex. At some point, she made a comment about “a lion needs fresh meat.” After that, they spent an entire day together, then she unceremoniously dumped him.

Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, offers free online chat 4/30/17 at 8 pm EST

Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, offers free online chat 4/30/17 at 8 pm EST

Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, offers FREE online chat support group.  Mary Ann GlynnExperience the support of people who know!  Join our free online live chat support group Sunday night, April 30, 2017 at 8 pm EDT at www.destructiverelationshipshelp.com.  Share your struggles and get feedback, support, and hope from others who get it.  The group is professionally run.  

Here’s how to join:

At 8 pm come to the site and scroll down the home page to the Services section. Click on the green highlighted “live chat support group,” and you will be brought to the chat room as a Guest#.  When the chat room is not open that link will take you to a page with info on the next group.  Hope to see you there!

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Girl, 17, and her boyfriend, 18, murder her grandparents as they slept

Cassandra Bjorge

Cassandra Bjorge

Wendy and Randall Bjorge, both 63, won custody of their granddaughter, Cassandra, 17, last year. The teenager lived with them in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

But Cassandra said she “had basically had enough.” So she and her boyfriend, Johnny Rider, 18, allegedly murdered them.

After the grandparents had gone to bed, they broke into the house, bludgeoned them and slit their throats.

Teen couple invited friends over to smoke weed and party after murdering girlfriend’s grandparents and hiding their bodies in the house, on DailyMail.co.uk.

With a sociopath, the “good times” are bait to keep you in a losing game
By April 20, 2017 3 Comments Read More →

With a sociopath, the “good times” are bait to keep you in a losing game

Husband Liar Sociopath

Every week, a chapter of my book, “Husband, Liar, Sociopath: How He Lied, Why I Fell For It & The Painful Lessons Learned” (available via Amazon.com, just click on the title or book cover) will be published here on Lovefraud. To read prior chapters, please see the links at the bottom of the post.

Chapter 44A: A Second Honeymoon

To parents who have children with a sociopathic partner: There is hope

Photo by Photostock at Free Digital Images.net

Photo by Photostock at Free Digital Images.net

Editor’s note: This story was contributed by the Lovefraud reader who posts under the name “Getting There.”

I am guessing my story has many similarities to other victims of a sociopath. I fell in love with a façade. Charming, witty, so attentive, madly in love, a whirlwind intense romance followed by a long slow cruel erosion of my personality. By the time I plucked up the courage to finish the relationship some 13 years later, we had 2 children, a daughter and a son. I was convinced that everything was my fault, I was mad and a terrible human being. For months and months, I chanted a mantra, ‘ This is not all my fault. There were 2 people in our relationship. Life will get better!’ This helped.

No matter what they say, sociopaths only want power, control and sex

No matter what they say, sociopaths only want power, control and sex

LETTERS LOGO 2Two Letters to Lovefraud both had the same theme: Sociopathic men who relentlessly pursued women, proclaiming their love, making glowing promises of a committed relationship. The men pushed for sex, and although the women resisted, eventually, believing they were involved in real romances, the women succumbed to the men’s physical desires. With that, both women were dumped.

Read the letters here:

I met him on Facebook, was used for sex and dumped the next day

I felt bonded, even though this made me nauseated

Lovefraud is being upgraded

Lovefraud is being upgraded

Lovefraud_logo_4c_SQLovefraud is in the process of being upgraded, so some services may be temporarily unavailable.

For example, the Lovefraud Forum will not be open to new comments for a short time.

I am very excited about the changes we are making. Watch this spac for updates!

 

 

Getting over the relationship that didn’t exist

Getting over the relationship that didn’t exist

Unhappy-couple-breaking-up sizedLovefraud recently received the following e-mail from a reader:

How do I process a relationship that had so many lies in it that I don’t know really with whom I was involved?

I miss the person I thought I knew so much, but at the same time, he was involved with someone else, and others, since at least last June. I thought he had had one affair””but not anything to the extent that it looks like now.

How do I process a relationship I never had? Was he lying the whole time acting out the “I love you’s”, the romantic comments, and the idea that we should be together? Is it all an act?

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