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No more hiding behind the safety of this blog. I took a leap and FINALLY published my first story to CommDigiNews with “sociopath” in the title.

Changing and transforming society’s perception can happen. It can. But it takes a collective effort. Please read, share, Tweet and Pinterest the following story!

Identifying and Protecting Ourselves from the Sociopaths in our Midst

By Paula Carrasquillo for Communities Digital News, LLC

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abuse, Cluster B disorders, CommDigiNews, domestic violence, Emotional Abuse, Health, Lessons, Mental Health, mindfulness, Narcissist, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Sociopath, NPD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Psychopaths, PTSD, Rape, Recovery, Relationships, Self Improvement, Sociopaths, Spirituality, Washington D.C., Writing
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  1. In recent news, I’ve read some articles where the authors have suggested Bill Cosby is a sociopath. If the stories from the victims of his rapes are true, and I certainly find them completely believable, he definitely comes across as a sociopath. I know my ex used laughter to get attention, approval, and to deflect from his frequent psychological stabs. He also had, it turned out, a predatory past.

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  2. […] morning, by way of this post, written Paula’s Pontification’s, I learned of this site: PsychopathFree.com  As I […]

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  3. Paula,

    I don’t know how I missed this post but what a GREAT article. I love the way you write. And after reading this article, it is clear to my that my Ex fits into almost every characteristic of a sociopath.

    BTW, I’m 1/2 way through Stout’s book — fascinating and scary. I have to say, knowing what I know now, (thanks to you and the books I have read), I’m too frightened to date anyone for fear of attracting another piece of shit socio into my life.

    xoxo
    -Susan

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  4. What an amazing article! It gives a good overview for those who are not familiar with these types of people.

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  5. Paula, thanks for the suggestion about Creative Commons- much appreciated!

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  6. Amazing article – many congratulations! Delighted to share it – the world needs more voices like yours ‘out there’

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  7. Your story will help so many, Paula. Your writing is a special

    gift that you do well and for all of those who have already and will

    benefit from it, as I have so much, thank you. I will certainly pass this on.

    Sincerely,

    Anonymous

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  8. Hi Paula 🙂

    Fan-bloody-tastic!

    Yay you & Thank-you for ‘Standing Up’ & sharing your ‘Voice’ as many of us need a spokesperson 🙂

    I shall share etc…& I admire your ability to ‘go public’ & I hope to do this also one day soon 🙂

    I am attaching a link re a case here in Australia & I am sure you will understand why the need to expose these Sociopaths/Narcissists is even more imperative today.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-02-11/simon-gittany-sentenced-to-18-years-for-fiancees-murder/5251168

    Sadly Lisa did not survive the ‘Monster’ but, with your help & others, maybe that will be her justice 🙂

    Love & Light 🙂
    PR xoxo

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  9. Your work just so continues to evolve. I have enjoyed witnessing it.

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    • Thank you, Kimberly. Have you ever thought about licensing your work in Creative Commons? As I was trying to find an image to attach to the story, I thought about your artwork.

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  10. Way to go Paula! This is a great step for you.

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    • Sometimes you just gotta say “Screw it!” and just go for it…right? 🙂

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    • Yes! Exactly. You have such a confident grasp on this subject, and speak with passion, empathy, and authority, and a bit of humor here and there. You’ll do well, I just know it!

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  11. Awesome article! Thank you so much for putting it out there. Also bookmarked!

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