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I am getting more imprisoned daily

Spath TalesEditor’s Note: This Spath story was submitted by Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call “Tina-Marie.”

I was married to a Cluster B - sociopath, psychopath, narcissist.

He left the children and me six years ago. He created a smear campaign against us before he left unbeknownst to us.

This was so he would have a posse of people who would feel sorry for him.

He took all the money and borrowed against our jointly owned home without my knowledge or consent. Since he left he has denied the payment of our daughter’s school, while he pays for the son.

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Explaining evil — the psychopathic agenda

Evil does, in fact, exist. That was the revelation posted last week, by Richard Cohen, a columnist with the Washington Post.

The impetus for his column was the atrocities committed by the Islamic State — the jihadists who overran Iraq, murdered anyone they didn’t like, and beheaded American photojournalist James Foley.

“I used to not believe in evil,” Cohen wrote in his article, The Islamic State is evil returned. Now he does.

Researchers use light to change memories in mice

Researchers at the Massachusetts Intstitute of Technology have found a way to change good memories into bad ones, and bad memories into good ones — at least in mice. The researchers used light to switch particular neurons in the brains of mice on and off, which had the effect of changing their memories.

Although the findings are very preliminary, experts believe the technique may lead to more effective therapies for people suffering from depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder.

Light can switch bad memories to good, on USAToday.com.

Using light technique, scientists find dimmer switch for memories in mice, on NYTimes.com.

Posted in: Scientific research

Cop allegedly violates the women he stops for traffic violations

Holtzclaw

Daniel Holtzclaw, 27, a Oklahoma City police officer, allegedly “required” women to undress during traffic stops and then forced them to perform sexual acts on him.

Don’t police recruits take an oath to be the good guys? Daniel Holtzclaw, from Oklahoma City, must have been absent the day the police academy taught that idea because Holtzclaw has allegedly been stopping women for traffic violations and then sexually assaulting them.

Holtzclaw, who’s been on the Oklahoma City police force since 2011, has been arrested on rape, sodomy and sexual battery charges for acts committed during traffic stops. Police Chief Bill Citty reported that they are aware of seven women  Holtzclaw allegedly has assaulted, but it is possible more may come forward.

Struggling with no contact?

No contact is of the utmost importance when it comes to recovering from any unhealthy relationship.  Why, then, can it be so hard to maintain?  How is it that we can do so well for long stretches and then become instant Jell-O with seemingly little warning?

Of the myriad of struggles we may experience during recovery, this seems to be one of the most common snags.  The cold reality is that we are going through withdrawal and there is no methadone to ease the pain of this addiction.  Making matters worse, each and every time we break it, the clock starts over, feeling worse than we did previously.

If his eyes could talk when he walked out, they would have said “this pond’s been fished out”

Spath TalesEditor’s Note: This Spath story was submitted by Lovefraud reader “Christina2014”

I met him while I was working as a designer.

He was homeless, penniless, hitchhiking through the country.

He told me that his family disowned him and that he is a writer/activist. He introduced himself with a fake name at first, but later, when he realized that I was a worthwhile victim, he gave me his real name and decided to camp out in my life for a while.

Students develop scientific way to reduce date rapes

Four students from North Carolina State invented a nail polish that can detect date rape drugs.

Four students from North Carolina State invented a nail polish that can detect date rape drugs.

Four students from North Carolina State University invented “Undercover Colors,” a  nail polish that can detect if a date-rape drug has been added to a drink.

A woman wearing the nail polish just stirs her drink with her finger. If a drug is in the drink, the nail polish changes color.

The nail polish is a scientific attempt to thwart a nationwide problem. A recent Washington Post analysis showed more than 3,900 allegations of forcible sex offenses on college campuses nationwide in 2012, a statistic that rose 50 percent in three years

New York couple releases two Amish girls after 24 hours in captivity

Stephen Howells and Nicole Vaisey

Stephen Howells and Nicole Vaisey mug shots.

In upstate New York, Nicole Vaisey and her boyfriend Stephen Howells Jr. allegedly lured two Amish girls, ages seven and 12, away from the family vegetable stand they were working and into their car.

St. Lawrence County Sherriff’s Sgt. Brooks Bigwarfe said the couple shackled the girls and intended on turning them into slaves.

According to police, the pair got frightened by news reports and released the girls 24 hours after their capture  some 30 miles from where they had been abducted. Authorities revealed that the girls had been sexually assaulted while in captivity.

Robin Williams, suicide and sociopaths

Robin Williams

Robin Williams

Like millions of fans around the country and the world, I gasped when I heard the news: Robin Williams was dead of an apparent suicide.

How could it be? He was so funny! Every time I watch Birdcage I practically fall off the sofa laughing.

And he was such an amazing talent! In Good Morning Vietnam, Williams ad-libbed all of the Adrian Cronauer’s broadcast scenes. And the movie Aladdin was rejected for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay because Williams, as the Genie, ad-libbed so many lines.

See some of Williams’ magnificent improvisations here:

I had a seven-year affair with my sociopath pastor

Spath Tales

Editor’s note: This story was written by a reader whom we’ll call “Carlotta.”

My story began rather sad. I met the P when I was almost 15.

I am 22 now and had dated this man for seven years in a secret relationship that no one knew about. At that time (seven years ago), he was married for a year and was a pastor of a church.

He began using his authority to get close to me and hang out with him more and one day approached me and told me that he is attracted to me and loves me, also mentioning that he feels so loved by me and no one else.

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