1. Martha
    September 24, 2016 @ 7:32 pm

    I was warned and I didn’t believe it. I’m starting to see signs.


  2. Los angeles
    September 27, 2016 @ 7:29 pm

    I was never warned! Wasted six years and thousands of dollars on building something he said he wanted…only to find him cheating on Tinder


  3. narcissist.sociopath.awareness@gmail.com
    October 4, 2016 @ 1:19 am

    It’s a huge risk for the previous victim to reach out to the new target. Doing so puts them in peril, as the abuser will sabotage them with a smear campaign. If someone tried to warn you, I would take their statements VERY seriously.


  4. Miguelina suriel
    October 24, 2016 @ 6:18 pm

    You are absolutetly correct. By the time I tried to talk to her she didn’t even want to hear what I had to say. He had been preparing his new target for a couple of months . I feel sorry for her because to me she is weaker than I was when I met him and fell for him. I had no warnings or red flags. But hat is no longer my problem. I have found peace in God and these articles because I have learned that here is nohing wrong with me……..He is sick and nedds help PRONTO.


  5. Charlotte
    March 8, 2017 @ 3:35 am

    To warn, not to warn. Personally, if the new target is easily warned via mutual friends- my personal philosophy is to warn. I did not get a warning and I like to believe that if I had, I would’ve seen the flags and saved myself a mountain of stress and grief, some which will follow me the rest of my life. My
    Ex is dangerous however, so I’ve only warned twice, and very carefully. I know he will do it again, and I know I cannot stop it. If however I end up with the information and ability to warn- I couldn’t live with myself if I did not take the opportunity and she and/or her child/ren were the next victims.


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