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Did a suspected psychopath make you question your memory of a past event?

University of WindsorUniversity of Windsor researchers still in need of participants to complete online survey about experiences in relationships with psychopaths

Researchers are interested in hearing about your experiences with suspected psychopaths. Use the link below to complete a screening questionnaire to determine if you are eligible to participate in the study:

Screening questionnaire

For this screening questionnaire, you will be asked about a specific time when someone you suspect is a psychopath made you question your memory for a past event. This may have been because they told you that your memory was incorrect, that the events did not happen, or that other people have doubts about your experiences. The researchers are hoping to learn more about your experiences … Read more

Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, and Rose T to hold weekly conference call support groups Sundays at 5:30 pm ET

Experience the support of people who know from wherever you are! Join our free support group every Sunday at 5:30 pm EST. Go to destructiverelationshipshelp.com and use the Contact Form at the bottom of the home page to state your interest in joining.  Do this every time even if you have joined us before!  We will reply to you with instructions to join the conference call.  It is anonymous and no personal information is displayed or shared.

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Research participants wanted to complete online survey about experiences in relationships with psychopaths!

Researchers at the University of Windsor are currently recruiting participants for a study investigating experiences of remembering past events in interpersonal relationships with suspected psychopaths.

We are interested in hearing about a time when a person you suspect could have psychopathic traits gave you feedback that led you to question your memory for a specific past event.

If you have had such an experience, follow the link below to complete the screening for the study.

Please follow the instructions carefully. If you meet the eligibility criteria for the study, we will send you an invitation to complete the remainder of the study within about one week. Upon successful completion of the study you will receive the full compensation … Read more

Interview: Donna Andersen on spotting and recovering from sociopaths

What are the warning signs that partner may be a sociopath? If you realize that you’re already involved with a sociopath, how do you escape and recover?

Donna Andersen answers these questions about spotting and recovering from sociopaths — and more — in the IndoctriNation podcast, hosted by Rachel Bernstein. Rachel is a therapist in Los Angeles who specializes in helping people trapped in cults, and a relationship with a sociopath is just like being in a cult.

In the beginning of the interview, Donna describes the upcoming Lovefraud Understanding and Recovery 5-part Masterclass, a series of webinars that begins on January 30. Then she talks about typical control tactics sociopaths employ, parental alienation, and more.

Listen to … Read more

About Lovefraud.com — new index of features and resources

Lovefraud offers you a multitude of features and resources, and now you can find an index of them on our new About Lovefraud.com page.

The page includes links to:

  • Lovefraud’s FREE checklist — is your partner a sociopath, narcissist or psychopath?
  • What’s a sociopath? — the information you really need to know.
  • Webinars for survivors and mental health professionals
  • And much more!

Please visit the new About Lovefraud.com page. It’s located in the red navigation bar on a laptop, and the black navigation bar on a phone. Maybe there are features and resources you haven’t discovered.

About Lovefraud.com

Plus, Lovefraud has gone back to our roots — displaying blog articles on the home page. A couple of years … Read more

FREE with Masterclass! ‘Love Fraud and How to Avoid It’ webinar

Upcoming webinar:

The Basics: Love Fraud and How to Avoid It
Jan. 16, 2019 • 8-9 pm ET
Instructor: Donna Andersen, author of Lovefraud.com 

Is your charming, attentive love interest really a predator waiting to pounce? 12% of the people around us have serious personality disorders, and they’re all looking for hookups. Learn to protect yourself. There are two ways for you to buy the webinar.

Purchase Love Fraud and How to Avoid It for only $18.75. More info.

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Sign up for the Lovefraud Understanding and Recovery 5-part Masterclass, and it’s FREE. You get six webinars for $99. More info.

Millions of sociopaths live all around us. Learn how to protect yourself. Or, if you’ve already … Read more

The gift of understanding and recovery — a 5-part Lovefraud Masterclass

Feel better in the New Year! Starting in January, I’ll be presenting the six webinars to help you understand and recover from your romantic involvement with a sociopath. This is Lovefraud’s best deal ever! You get:

  • My 6 best-selling webinars, presented live with updated information, on Wednesday evenings starting on Jan. 16.
  • An opportunity to ask me questions during the webinars.
  • A private forum for each webinar, where you can ask more questions and connect with others
  • Immediate access to the existing recorded webinars

The webinars usually cost $25 each, so six of them would be $150. But the price for the Masterclass is only $99 — a savings of $51. And, if you sign up by January … Read more

Research participants wanted to complete online survey about experiences in relationships with psychopaths!

Researchers at the University of Windsor are conducting a study investigating experiences of remembering past events in interpersonal relationships with suspected psychopaths.

As a participant, you will be asked about a specific time when someone you suspect to be a psychopath made you question your memory for a past event. This may have been because they told you that your memory was incorrect, that the events did not happen, or that other people have doubts about your experiences. The researchers are hoping to learn more about your experiences of remembering and communicating with suspected psychopaths about things that happened in the past.

Your participation in this research is important for gaining new knowledge about how individuals in relationships … Read more

Holiday deals: Save 20% on all Lovefraud webinars and 57% on printed books!

All 3 Lovefraud books

Save 57% when you buy all 3 Lovefraud printed books!

It’s the season to save money — which, after the sociopath, many Lovefraud readers need to do as you work on your recovery. So Lovefraud is doing our part to help you.

From now through the end of the year, Lovefraud offers you the following discounts:

Savings offer #1: 20% off of all webinars for survivors and therapists!

For survivors: If you’re trying to figure out what just crashed into your life, Lovefraud can help. Our webinars explain:

  • Why you fell for sociopaths
  • What the sociopaths wanted
  • How to escape a sociopath
  • How to recover yourself after the experience

If you’re trying to divorce a sociopath, we have … Read more

Help your therapist measure the abuse you’ve endured with this questionnaire and survey

Mary Ann GlynnBy Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHT

For several years I have been working with people in abusive relationships, that includes partners of those with Cluster B personality disorders and co-morbid traits of psychopathy — those we call narcissists, sociopaths, psychopaths, exploiters.

There is one complaint I hear most often and continually: “I can’t find a therapist who gets these relationships,” or “The therapist we went to sided with my partner in blaming me and I feel traumatized all over again.”

The people making these complaints are right. Therapists are not trained in how relationships go with these personalities and the inherent, and often subtle, abuse that is present. It has now been proven by Lovefraud’s research study that … Read more

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