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  1. James Brown
    October 12, 2016 @ 8:30 pm

    God Bless you! My heart goes out to you. By sharing your story, you have exhibited a toughness and grace that will cause others in this situation to look deeper into their relationships for
    red flags and find the courage to pivot and move away from such toxicity. I am living with your regret as I am recently divorced from a narcopath. With my two young boys in her custody I am vigilant in protecting them from her neurosis and narcissism.
    Thank you for sharing your heartbreaking story!

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  2. Grace
    November 6, 2016 @ 11:59 pm

    Thank you for sharing your story, you spoke to me and my heart, I have 4 children, 2 of whom have begged me to leave him. 2 of whom are too young, I have a protection order for us all, but he is trying to manipulate the court system and tells me he is innocent, he is verbally and physically abusive, a sex addict, and all the rest, he gave me an STD. Please o ow your story helped me. Humbly and from the bottom of my heart thank you and I am so so very sorry for your pain and trauma.

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  3. Linda
    April 3, 2017 @ 1:26 pm

    This story is even scarier, and far more sad than mine. I am SO sorry you had to go through all that, and are still suffering with the memories. Only time heals, but helping others, as you did by being so open and honest, is where the healing begins. Thank you for sharing your heartbreaking story.

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  4. Jessica Goodwin
    July 10, 2017 @ 11:57 pm

    Im trying to figure out how I can get my life back. I let someone break me. I was naive. Perfect prey.

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    • narcissist.sociopath.awareness@gmail.com
      July 19, 2017 @ 11:29 am

      It can feel hopeless when you awaken to the realization that you have been fundamentally deceived by someone who supposedly loved you. You didn’t “let” someone break you; they CHOOSE to! Everyone is naive about things they don’t know to know about. This is where their strength lies, because the liar’s greatest tool is our innocence. Please see my RESOURCES page for incredible books & websites providing a wealth of information about recovering from experiences with narcissists & sociopaths. If you would like one on one support, please contact me by email.

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      • Amy
        November 20, 2017 @ 10:44 am

        This is heartbreaking to read. Iv been riding on an emotional roller coaster for for 3 years and iv been mentally abused to the point I didn’t know what was real anymore and I wanted to die. Thinking I’m worthless a burden to everyone. Asked Me to marry him after 6weeks then moved in very quick. Then abuse started he threw me outside in a towel I’d just got out the bath. Physically picked Me up. He’s gotten in my face screaming. I have a 7month old and have no contact with his dad anymore. He is a manipulative bully. He has had addictions to drugs betting and women. He aggressive towards me. He say he loves me he wants family, he hates me I’m making his life miserable. On and off all the time. He has made out to everyone it’s him who has been wronged and I am mental and need help.

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        • narcissist.sociopath.awareness@gmail.com
          November 30, 2017 @ 2:35 pm

          Amy, I’m so sorry this is happening to you. You need to get some time & space away from him so that you can think. Real love does not alternate between these polar extremes, and your child should not be exposed to this hostility. If you’d like to talk with me directly, please email me at:
          narcissist.sociopath.awareness@gmail.com.

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