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#16952 - 07/04/17 09:22 AM 012 - Gaslighting and Psychopaths [Re: Dianne E.]
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Psychopath in Your Life

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Episode 012

Summary:

In Episode 012, Dianne talks about how psychopath harm the victims by the of use Gaslighting (a form of mental abuse). The word Gaslighting was first used in a play in the 1938 version. A movie about Gaslighting was released in 1945. The term Gaslighting comes from the psychopath flickering the lights and dimming the lights used at that time.

Gaslighting starts out very slowly and increases over time. The end goal is to get the victim to start to question their sanity. Typically victims start to believe they are in fact crazy because the Gaslighting is so hard to detect.

Psychopaths were interviewed in Dianne’s book about Gaslighting. Dianne shares an example from her book, Psychopaths in Our Lives Much to the surprise the psychopaths had never heard the term but considered it a key element in how they abuse victims. Gaslighting will be discussed further in the next podcast. Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website. You can get in touch with Dianne on her website or by email.



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#16954 - 07/12/17 08:37 PM 013 - Gaslighting and Psychopaths Part 2 [Re: Dianne E.]
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Episode 13

Summary:
Dianne today continues to describe what victims go through with Gaslighting. It is a key element used by psychopaths.
Victims of psychopaths either in the workplace, at home or in relationships find that they get the feeling they are being done is making them feel crazy.

Key Points:
Gaslighting usually happens gradually in a relationship
It can happen with your boss, a parent or friends, or romantic relationships.
Gaslighting is to decrease someone’s self-esteem and self-confidence
Psychopaths who gaslight you will systematically and frequently withhold information and then deliberately alter facts to disorientate their victim.
If the psychopath in your life is making you feel crazy — and accusing you of being too sensitive to make the "crazy" label stick — the problem might not be all in your head.
Psychopaths were interviewed in Dianne’s book about Gaslighting. Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website. You can get in touch with Dianne on her website or by email.

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#16959 - 07/17/17 09:19 PM Re: Podcast - Psychopath In Your Life now live*** [Re: Dianne E.]
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Psychopath in Your Life
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Episode 014

Summary:

Dianne today continues to describe what victims go through with Gaslighting. It is a key element used by psychopaths. Victims of psychopaths either in the workplace, at home or in relationships find that they get the feeling they are being done is making them feel crazy.

Key Points:

Gaslighting usually happens gradually in a relationship
It can happen with your boss, a parent or friends, or romantic relationships.
Gaslighting is to decrease someone’s self-esteem and self-confidence
Psychopaths who gaslight you will systematically and frequently withhold information and then deliberately alter facts to disorientate their victim.
If the psychopath in your life is making you feel crazy — and accusing you of being too sensitive to make the "crazy" label stick — the problem might not be all in your head.
Psychopaths were interviewed in Dianne’s book about Gaslighting. Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website. You can get in touch with Dianne on her website or by email.

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#16963 - 07/31/17 08:16 PM 015 – Gaslighting and Psychopaths Part 4 [Re: Dianne E.]
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Psychopath in Your Life

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Episode 015

Summary:

Dianne today continues to describe what victims go through with Gaslighting. It is a key element used by psychopaths. Victims of psychopaths either in the workplace, at home or in relationships find that they get the feeling they are being done is making them feel crazy.

Key Points:

Gaslighting usually happens gradually in a relationship
It can happen with your boss, a parent or friends, or romantic relationships.
Gaslighting is to decrease someone’s self-esteem and self-confidence
Psychopaths who gaslight you will systematically and frequently withhold information and then deliberately alter facts to disorientate their victim.
If the psychopath in your life is making you feel crazy — and accusing you of being too sensitive to make the "crazy" label stick — the problem might not be all in your head.
Psychopaths were interviewed in Dianne’s book about Gaslighting. Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website. You can get in touch with Dianne on her website or by email.
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#16964 - 07/31/17 08:18 PM 016 - Gaslighting at Work Part 5 [Re: Dianne E.]
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PIYL SHOW NOTES 16
Psychopath in Your Life
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Episode 016
Summary:
Dianne today continues to describe what victims go through with Gaslighting. It is a key element used by psychopaths. Today’s episode will talk about some evil tricks used by a psychopath to get a co-worker fired and out of their
Victims of psychopaths can be created from being in the workplace with a psychopath. They will make everyone around you feel like you are a liar by very careful manipulations.
Key Points:
Gaslighting usually happens gradually in a relationship
It can happen with your boss, a parent or friends, or romantic relationships.
Gaslighting is to decrease someone’s self-esteem and self-confidence
Psychopaths who gaslight you will systematically and frequently withhold information and then deliberately alter facts to disorientate their victim.
If the psychopath in your life is making you feel crazy — and accusing you of being too sensitive to make the "crazy" label stick — the problem might not be all in your head.
Psychopaths were interviewed in Dianne’s book about Gaslighting. Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website. You can get in touch with Dianne on her website or by email.
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#16965 - 08/07/17 09:23 PM Re: Podcast - Psychopath In Your Life now live*** [Re: Dianne E.]
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017 - Interview with a Father of a Psychopathic Child - Part 1

In today’s episode, Dianne begins a multi-part series about psychopath children. Some of the beginning diagnosis can include RAD – Reactive Attachment Disorder – Conduct Disorder. Dianne also shares an example from her book, Psychopaths in Our Lives from the viewpoint of a psychopath that she interviewed.

Dianne interviews a parent of a budding psychopath named Jack. It is a very complex situation for the entire family. Jack has worked tirelessly to find help for his child and his family. The entire family is affected in a very negative way. Family members are typically isolated and suffer from severe PTSD. RAD is very interesting because it is in a higher search category according to Google than the word Psychopath. Parents with this children suffer from a lot of blame and have to navigate a very complex set of issues to find help. We will talk more about RAD, conduct disorder and the early symptoms that Jack started to see in his son.

Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website

We would appreciate it very much if you would also share the podcast links on social media

You can connect with Dianne on her website or by email

Parents of budding psychopaths have very complicated family situations

Remember to be kind to yourself – it’s not your fault if you find yourself in this kind of situation.

Resources Mentioned:

Psychopaths in Our Lives – Dianne’s book


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#16966 - 08/16/17 07:30 PM 018 - Father of a Psychopathic Child - Part 2 [Re: Dianne E.]
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Episode 18
In today’s episode, Dianne continues a multiple part series about psychopath children. Some of the beginning diagnosis can include RAD – Reactive Attachment Disorder – Conduct Disorder. Dianne also shares an example from her book, Psychopaths in Our Lives from the viewpoint of a psychopath that she interviewed.

Dianne interviews a parent of a budding psychopath named Jack. It is a very complex situation for the entire family. Jack has worked tirelessly to find help for his child and his family. The entire family is affected in a very negative way. Family members are typically isolated and suffer from severe PTSD. RAD is very interesting because it is in a higher search category according to Google than the word Psychopath. Parents with this children suffer from a lot of blame and have to navigate a very complex set of issues to find help. We will talk more about RAD, conduct disorder and the early symptoms that Jack started to see in his son.

Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website

We would appreciate it very much if you would also share the podcast links on social media

You can connect with Dianne on her website or by email

Parents of budding psychopaths have very complicated family situations

Remember to be kind to yourself – it’s not your fault if you find yourself in this kind of situation.

Resources Mentioned:

Psychopaths in Our Lives – Dianne’s book


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#16967 - 08/25/17 05:44 AM 019 – Father of a Psychopathic Child – Part 3 [Re: Dianne E.]
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019 – Father of a Psychopathic Child – Part 3

Summary:


In today’s episode, Dianne continues a multiple part series about psychopath children. This is Part 3, the first Episode begins with Episode 17. Some of the beginning diagnosis can include RAD – Reactive Attachment Disorder – Conduct Disorder. It is very hard to diagnose a child.

Dianne continues her interview with a parent of a budding psychopath named Jack. It is a very complex situation for the entire family. Jack has worked tirelessly to find help for his child and his family. The entire family is affected in a very negative way. Family members are typically isolated and suffer from severe PTSD. RAD is very interesting because it is in a higher search category according to Google than the word Psychopath. Parents with this children suffer from a lot of blame and have to navigate a very complex set of issues to find help. We will talk more about RAD, conduct disorder and the early symptoms that Jack started to see in his son.

Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website

We would appreciate it very much if you would also share the podcast links on social media

You can connect with Dianne on her website or by email

Parents of budding psychopaths have very complicated family situations

Remember to be kind to yourself – it’s not your fault if you find yourself in this kind of situation.

Resources:

When Your Child is a Psychopath – The Atlantic

Psychopaths in Our Lives – Dianne’s book
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Psychopaths in Our Lives: My Interviews by Dianne Emerson
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#16968 - 08/28/17 08:14 PM 020 – Father of a Psychopathic Child – Part 4 [Re: Dianne E.]
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Episode 20
Summary:
In Episode 020
In today’s episode, Dianne continues a multiple part series about psychopath children. This is Part 4, the first Episode begins with Episode 17. Some of the beginning diagnosis can include RAD – Reactive Attachment Disorder – Conduct Disorder. It is very hard to diagnose a child.
Dianne continues her interview with a parent of a budding psychopath named Jack. It is a very complex situation for the entire family. Jack has worked tirelessly to find help for his child and his family. The entire family is affected in a very negative way. Family members are typically isolated and suffer from severe PTSD. Parents with this children suffer from a lot of blame and have to navigate a very complex set of issues to find help. We will talk more about RAD, conduct disorder and the early symptoms that Jack started to see in his son.
Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website
We would appreciate it very much if you would also share the podcast links on social media

You can connect with Dianne on her website or by email
Parents of budding psychopaths have very complicated family situations
Remember to be kind to yourself – it’s not your fault if you find yourself in this kind of situation.

Resources:
When Your Child is a Psychopath – The Atlantic
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Psychopaths in Our Lives: My Interviews by Dianne Emerson
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Get In Touch
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#16971 - 09/04/17 06:17 PM 021 – Father of a Psychopathic Child – Part 5 [Re: Dianne E.]
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Episode 021
Summary:
In Episode 021
In today’s episode, Dianne continues a multiple part series about psychopath children. This is Part 5, the first Episode begins with Episode 17. Some of the beginning diagnosis can include RAD – Reactive Attachment Disorder – Conduct Disorder. It is very hard to diagnose a child.
In the last episode
Dianne continues her interview with a parent of a budding psychopath named Jack. It is a very complex situation for the entire family. Jack has worked tirelessly to find help for his child and his family. The entire family is affected in a very negative way. Family members are typically isolated and suffer from severe PTSD. RAD is very interesting because it is in a higher search category according to Google than the word Psychopath. Parents with this children suffer from a lot of blame and have to navigate a very complex set of issues to find help. We will talk more about RAD, conduct disorder and the early symptoms that Jack started to see in his son.
Please subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Facebook, Youtube, and on the website
We would appreciate it very much if you would also share the podcast links on social media

You can connect with Dianne on her website or by email
Parents of budding psychopaths have very complicated family situations
Remember to be kind to yourself – it’s not your fault if you find yourself in this kind of situation.

Resources:
When Your Child is a Psychopath – The Atlantic

Psychopaths in Our Lives – Dianne’s book
___________________________________________

Psychopaths in Our Lives: My Interviews by Dianne Emerson
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Get In Touch
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Forum - Psychopath Victim Support Website
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