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Psychopath In Your Life


May 20, 2017

Psychopath in Your Life

-Podcast Show Notes-

Episode 006

Summary:

In Episode 006, Dianne shares a mail she received from a woman who has married 2 psychopaths. Listen as the writer shares and describes her life with husband #2 and opens up about her son. Dianne offers her sincerest advice and encouragement—reminding the writer and each of us that there IS hope and a way OUT of this life.

Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:06 – Introduction to Psychopath in Your Life

  • 00:13 – Dianne is the author of the book, Psychopaths in Our Lives

  • 00:26 – Dianne reads a letter she received last week

    • 01:16 – The person who sent the letter married 2 psychopathic men

    • 01:22 – Dianne has a relative who married 2 alcoholics

    • 02:04 – “I have an older son who suffers from several disorders”

    • 02:30 – People refer to psychopaths as men

    • 02:41 – Dianne recommends reading Bitter Harvest

    • 03:41 – “I cried buckets. It is so isolating”

    • 04:14 – Dianne would like to answer you in this way:

      • 05:00 – The answer won’t be in a pill – no antidepressants

      • 05:16 – Realize you’ve gone through hell, but there IS a way out

      • 06:30 – Think about trying to manage the feelings of being right

      • 06:53 – Be careful about who you communicate with

      • 07:27 – Never go to couples’ counseling

      • 08:37 – Safety is very important

      • 09:11 – Find an abuse center that is private or located in another town

      • 09:54 – Your son may have gotten his disorder from his father’s genes

      • 10:41 – Deal with one issue at a time

      • 11:02 – Refrain from telling him you know

  • 11:45 – Get in touch with Dianne on her website or by email

  • 12:42 – Subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website

3 Key Points:

  1. Victims of psychopaths go through hell, BUT remember, there IS a way out.

  2. Be careful with whom you communicate your plans and issues.

  3. Your safety is the MOST important thing you need to consider.

Resources Mentioned:

Psychopaths in Our Lives – Dianne’s book

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