A sociopath went after my heart, and I offered it freely. I was lonely, vulnerable, and looking for love. I mean, Valentine’s Day was upon us and everyone else had a sweetheart, or so I imagined. That only made me an easy target.
He didn’t come after me looking or acting like what I figured a sociopath would. He came after me with words that I longed to hear. He made me feel special. I had a Valentine, too. I felt loved like never before, in the beginning.
He was a Christian, or so he claimed. He knew the Bible better than I did. He wooed me with all the wonderful verses he could repeat. Then, later, he used all the verses against me.
Before the end, I was worn down, trying to figure out how to prevent the rages of a mad man. I had to deal with verbal, emotional, and other abuse like I never thought possible.
You may be an easy target for a sociopath, or you may be in a relationship with one now. You’re not alone. Up to 4% of the population are sociopaths. Predators also prowl the Internet to gain easy access to victims.
In the beginning of a relationship we all put our best self on display. We exaggerate our good qualities, for the most part. Trying to be what we think the other person wants. If, in the end, you find yourself tangling with a sociopath, don’t be shocked when his mask slips and you find out what lurks behind the charm.
Read about the signs to be aware of in, Lonely Heart Meets Charming Sociopath. This powerful, expose-all book offers freedom and peace of mind as you unlock the secret schemes of a dangerous impostor. Peek behind the mask. Learn through vivid details, the true-to-life signs of a trolling predator. Protect yourself and the ones you love. If you think it can’t happen to you–you could be dead wrong.
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