Winifred Rule explains how it is so difficult to truly identify a psychopath that even a psychiatrist can be fooled.
Most psychopathy research has focused on psychopaths, not on their victims. In this interview, Dr. Adelle Forth of Carleton University calls for more research into victims and the effects psychopaths have on them.
I hope everyone is doing well. We have all been taken by storm by the onset of this virus that has turned life upside down. As the author of Born to Destroy, the first instructional book on the female psychopath, I am all too familiar with psychopathic deceit, stunts, tactics and fraudulent behavior. My mother...Read More
The psychopath never wishes you well — even if that person happens to be your boyfriend, girlfriend, or a member of your own family. Beware of the Valentine psychopath — lying in wait to exploit you at a vulnerable romantic moment. The more envious the psychopath becomes of you, the greater chance you will become...Read More
PSYCHOPATHS AT THE HOLIDAYS If you have a psychopath in your family, don’t expect the holidays to be peaceful. On the contrary, expect turmoil and to feel ill at ease from the moment you walk through the door. That coldness can be like an icy chill that runs up and down your spine. Confusion reigns...Read More