About one year ago,
I created a post similar to this one to acknowledge all of you who come to this website. I’ve decided to make it a yearly tradition. Many more of you find your way here one year later, from many more countries around the world.
On an average day, between 1500 and 2000 visitors come to this site. Consistently, about 400 of you are returning again after having visited before.
Yesterday, over 1800 people visited. You came from 154 different countries, including the U.S., Ireland, England, Canada, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, France, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, India, Norway, Sweden, Romania, Turkey, South Africa, Kenya, Greece, Denmark, Brazil, Switzerland, Mexico, Belgium, Israel, Portugal, Bulgaria, Egypt, Austria, Poland, Argentina, Japan, Bolivia, Russia, Peru, Costa Rica, Iceland, Vietnam, Croatia, Nigeria, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Monaco, Taiwan, Albania, Nepal, China and Sri Lanka.
So many visitors from so many corners of our planet, and you all have something in common — you have all been through an incomprehensible experience, and you search for answers. But your experience with a psychopathic person is not your only connection. You are also determined, resourceful, and brave, and those strengths will take you far.
Once again, I want to acknowledge each and every one of you who comes here looking for support, validation and information. I hope you find these things, and more. And if not here, then somewhere.
♥Thank you for your support. Warmest wishes to each of you.
“You will feel the healing power of finally being understood.”
“If you have been the victim of a psychopath or you think you may be the next target of a psychopath, this book lays it all out for you. It is short, succinct, and gets right to the core of the predator.”
“I loved the author’s ability to simply and compassionately describe why, and how, I feel victim to a monster. For me, she eloquently describes the most complex, confusing, horrific experience of my life. It’s critical to organize the voluminous amounts of information in a way that, even if you have never met a Psychopath, you will have a clear, concise understanding of how these predators operate. To the author, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart.”