Recovery from Encountering An Antisocial
AFTERMATH: SURVIVING PSYCHOPATHY
A working coalition of psychopathy researchers, mental health professionals, victims and family members of those affected with
psychopathy. Our purpose is to provide information and support to those whose lives, health, and/or careers have been placed at risk or
negatively impacted by psychopathy. On this site you will find a variety of resources.
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The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Psychopathy Education was created to provide education and support to reduce
harm in pathological, violent, addicted, or abusive relationships. It also exists to bring public education about the least discussed
disorders of psycho-pathology and how the general public can understand, detect, and protect themselves from people with these
threatening kinds of disorders.
Sandra Brown’s Blog on the Psychology Today Web Site gives insight into the behavior of psychopaths and how it affects victims.
LoveFraud is a website that teaches people how to recognize and recover from sociopaths, psychopaths, narcissists and other exploiters.
NARCISSISTIC ABUSE RECOVERY: A FORUM FOR SURVIVORS OF A RELATIONSHIP WITH A NARCISSIST OR PSYCHOPATH
If you have been in a chosen or unchosen relationship with a narcissist or psychopath, this site will provide a learning and support environment of compassionate understanding, where we help each other learn, adjust.
The goal of this site is to provide information currently available on the subject of Psychopaths. We all learn each time someone describes their real life experience or presents questions to the group. This site hopes you will share your experience and/or questions with the forum when you are comfortable.
Practicing psychopaths fit the profile of domestic abusers. They are proficient at emotional and financial abuse. They may also revert to physical and sexual abuse to get their way. Domestic violence is about power and control. And a psychopath, who thrives on power and control, knows just how to get and sustain them.