Sharing a Few Blogs and Other Tidbits That Might Be Helful

Healing from a relationship with a psychopath involves a learning curve.  Identifying your partner or spouse as a psychopath isn’t easy, especially for “tempting” targets who want to see the good in everyone and have a high degree of empathy for others.  They rely on “pity ploys” to arouse our natural sympathy, and hence we want to think they make be “broken” but not “evil.”  Evil is a harsh word, especially when many of us tend to think in shades-of-gray.  As we go along in the relationship, the mask falls, and they shame and blame us, lie and distort and deceive, use gas-lighting and the silent treatment and other emotionally abusive techniques, to the point we begin to question our own reality.  All this begins to fade after we establish no contact, and a new normal emerges, but the path to the new normal is talking to other survivors whose stories seem to strangely mirror our own, and to educate ourselves.  Here is just the barest smattering of links that may help in the education process:

After Narcissistic Abuse – There is Light, Love, and Hope

Psychopathy in the Newz

How to Identify a Psychopath

Aftermath: Surviving Psychopathy Foundation

Cappuccino Queen


Psychopathy in the Legal System

I am FishHead — documentary

Trans-Masculine Abuse Project

William Jordan — newspaper article

Evil Up Close: William Jordan — documentary

Chris Mackney — suicide note (from YouTube)

Chris Machney — suicide note (website)






IMPORTANT NOTE:  All views are an expression of my opinion only.








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Dog Dharma is written by a human who loves dogs and who believes dogs have attained enlightenment. The human behind Dog Dharma came from humble origins, has faced many trials, enjoyed many adventures, and taken a path less traveled. He claims no special privilege or expertise, and remains humble. Dog Dharma‘s author has learned a few things along the way, and has much yet to learn. He has been told by many people that he has a talent for writing, and aspires to write a book, but is a little too lazy and disorganized, so his blog will suffice for now. He opens a window into his life in the hope that some of his words may be of comfort, some may be a beacon or warning, and perhaps he will connect with like-minded souls. Everything shared comes from a place of openness and honesty, but with no claim that he possesses the Truth. People and places mentioned should be taken as pseudonyms. In many cases, details may be an amalgamation of actual events disguised to protect the “innocent.” Nothing written is to be taken as actual fact, but as the author of Dharma Dog‘s limited understanding. From the mouths of the Beatles: In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make
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2 Responses to Sharing a Few Blogs and Other Tidbits That Might Be Helful

  1. Adding another blog that I feel your readers will derive benefit from….


    They can identify the offender and find out about the laws pertaining to defrauding a victim of sex or love. They can also relate to the journey from beginning through recovery by reading CAD- “Carnal Abuse by Deceit, How a Predator’s Lies Became Rape.”

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  2. DogDharma says:

    Thank you, Joyce, I very much appreciate you sharing!


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