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Lovefraud Survey: How did you deal with a senior sociopath?

I am currently working on a book about senior sociopaths — how disordered people behave when they are over the age of 50. I’ve collected a lot of data about the experiences of Lovefraud readers with these individuals — perhaps you completed my previous survey.

One of the topics I’d like to address in the book is how to deal with this type of person. So I ask you: If you have, or had, a sociopath who was 50 years old or older in your life, how did you escape, cope or move on? What techniques or strategies did you use to manage destructive behavior or get the person out of your life?

I’m looking for information in the context of any type of relationship:

  • Romantic Partner
  • Parent
  • Child
  • Work colleague or business associate
  • Family member
  • Friend or acquaintance
  • Other

If you would like to share your experience and suggestions, please complete the new Lovefraud Survey:

Dealing with Senior Sociopaths

Posted in: Donna Andersen

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They are the most dangerous because they are the most DESPERATE! Only one year after I broke up with my lover 13 years my senior, I had another one approach me at a senior social club. Recognized her right away as she waited for the other senior social club members went to lunch, and she was very sexually dressed (wearing black leggings with a crop top) – it was like she borrowed from my ex’s playbook, and walked uncomfortably into my space!

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