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Donna Andersen to star in ‘My Life is a Lifetime Movie’

I’m going to be on TV again, and I’m really excited about this new show. The Lifetime network is launching a new series called My Life is a Lifetime Movie, and my story will be featured in one of the episodes.

The series has seven one-hour episodes, and each episode tells the stories of two women, all of whom have lived through unbelievable circumstances. It will premiere on Wednesday, October 17 at 10 p.m. on Lifetime, and will continue for six more Wednesdays. I don’t yet know when my episode will air, but I will certainly tell the Lovefraud community as soon as I find out.

My objective in participating in this project is raising awareness about the millions of sociopathic predators who live among us. Most of us at Lovefraud learned about these con artists the hard way by tangling with them, then losing our money, homes, jobs, health, children and almost our sanity. By telling my story, I hope people who may be in similar situations will recognize what they’re dealing with and get out before too much damage is done.

I know it works. Two years ago, I starred in the premiere episode of Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry? on the Investigation Discovery network. The show has probably run 50 times by now. I know because every time it does, I get email from people who are also involved with sociopaths. Some are amazed to learn that other people have gone through what they’re going through—they thought they were alone. Many are astounded to know that there is a reason for the insanity in their lives—their partner has a personality disorder. Before seeing the show, they thought they were simply losing their minds.

Lifetime has a big following, so I’m sure the show will reach a really a wide audience. I’m grateful for the opportunity to tell them my story. For those who realize it’s also their story, it will be like turning on the lights.

For more information about the show, read the official press release:

‘My Life is a Lifetime Movie’ to Premiere October 17

UPDATE:

My episode will air Wednesday, November 7 at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.



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Sparrow, wow – what a terrible experience you had! I’m convinced that just about every attorney only sees a case in terms of FEES, and not as acting as a legal advocate.

Same situation with me – all attorneys have advised that I simply forget what the exspath has done because there’s no “remedy.” What they mean to say, if they had the balls to say it, is that there’s “no FEES to collect,” even if I were to win my case. One attorney came close to speaking the truth when she said, “And, how do you imagine that you’d ever collect the award? There’s no assets to attach…”

In your case, it’s clearly criminal assault if he broke your ribs! I’d file criminal assault charges because prosecuting attorneys are bound by their job descriptions to do their jobs. I don’t know what the statute of limitations are in your area for assault….but, that predator needs to be cut off at the knees before he kills someone.

Brightest blessings

Thank you so much. I am going to Netflix NOW!

Wonderful news Donna!! I wish you could get on Dr. Phil and do an entire hour on psychopaths. I’ll be looking forward to the Lifetime episode.

Congratulations, Donna. I don’t have a TV but will have to find some way to watch it. You are certainly an example of someone who has turned their tragedy into something that benefits others. I hope many many people watch the show.

Donna

I found the ID Network and have learned that I am not alone in the aftermath of the sociopath/psychopath. I love that Network.
I, too, should tell my story on Who the Bleep Did I Marry? I know that often ask for stories. Just thinking I really want to stay under the radar now.

I will be watching LifeTime for your story. I am absolutely certain many people will benefit from your story and experience.

I am finally finished with my ex. In the end, God got the last laugh. He does take care of us in so many ways and grows us to be better than we could have ever been without our terrible experiences. After 5 years of NC, and now happily remarried, I am now the person I really love to be and am wiser and happier than I ever could have imagined.

My blessings and good wishes to you and all at Love Fraud.

Perhaps I will someday tell my story on the ID Network.

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