This blog comes from a life that has been a real journey of learning and discovery. I live in the UK, I spent my life, in the real world, working with statutory homeless people. I worked daily with drugs, alcohol, mental health, domestic violence, prolific offenders, prostitutes, young people leaving care, asylum seekers from war torn countries, to name but a few. Of course, working with the issues that come from this too. I have worked in this field for over 25 years.
I have a BA Hons. In Housing and Development, so I am not a writer. despite this time at uni, i still returned to working with homeless people, and networking with other agencies. Following on from this I completed studies at University in Counselling. I also have a qualification in psychology.
Coming from a background working with people with complex needs, I try to write in a way that is down to earth and easy to understand. It complicated enough having been with a sociopath, as they are prolific liars and masters of deception, so I try to write in a way that is easy to understand.
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I am not a writer. Everything that is written here, has been as a result of the life that i have led, either relationships, spiritual understanding, professional experience, academic understanding, and just common sense! – Probably most importantly, when it comes to healing and recovery, KNOWING what works to help, heal and recover people, tried, tested and practiced for most of my life working with people 1-1 in the real world.
I truly believe that the truth will set you free. Once you know the truth, you can’t really fully return. I did try though!! And this too was an experience. The sociopath even if they care about you, the most that they can possibly do, they cannot change. The outcome will sadly always be the same.
If you have been affected by a sociopath, don’t give up hope. There are millions of
victims survivors throughout the world. Spreading the truth, survivors can support and help to heal each other.