I’m set to be on air today at 2:40 p.m. EST in support of awareness and education of sociopaths! Just select the image below at or close to that time to watch the video live!

I added the question mark (?) in the title of the segment above. Not certain why we need to learn to love that which is incapable of love, but the show should be interesting.

And for any of my readers who don’t know me personally or have never talked to me, you can at least get a chance to put a face and voice to my name.

HuffPost Live Sociopath Show

http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/learning-to-love-the-sociopath/51c1ea6a02a7602946000312

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Lessons, Love, Mental Health, mindfulness, Psychopaths, Recovery, Relationships, Self Improvement, Sociopaths, Spirituality
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  1. You are doing a fantastic job of speaking out and speaking up for the victims. God bless.

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  2. You looked amazing, when they let you speak you were well organized. I thought two of them were very abrupt, then I thought ” hmm your speaking with two doctors, hello”. Your coming as a victim, they are coming as scientists (or as one), they don’t understand. It’s called “Practicing Medicine” for a reason. And you smiled the entire time! Good Job!

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    • Thank you!! I was initially intimidated when they explained the other folks involved in the discussion. But I was able to meet and talk to the two Dr.s prior to the start time. I understand that most will only look for letters behind a person’s name before they consider what they have to say. I let that go and made my best attempt to add what I felt was missing from the conversation. Maybe I’ll get another chance in the future to talk more. Who knows? 🙂

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  3. I check it late…but was able to see and hear you…great job and I did leave two comments. Perhaps more opportunities will come to you!

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  4. Well you didn’t get much time! Still you made one point VERY clear; that sociopaths affect people deeply! Wow: “there really is no treatment…” Except…confession? Recognizing consistent sociopathic behavior is just another way of naming sin? Well I liked the one point that finding a relationship with God or the greater Whole, you might say is the only hope (if there is any hope?) because that is the root inspiration of yoga, to connect mundane and universal.

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  5. Very interesting! Nice work 🙂

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  6. GO PAULA!

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