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By September 30, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Canadian man admits 37 years of lies to family, friends and four ex-wives

In 1977, Ronald Stan, a 32-year-old, cheating-on-his-wife, father- of-two plumber from Canada burns down his pig barn, fakes his death and moves to the US where he starts a new life in New Orleans as Jeff Walton.

After 37 years of living a lie, three American wives, and a son named Jeff Jr., Jeff Walton is coming clean to his lies and deceit. He says he initially ran from his life in Canada so his wife could pay off their debts with the insurance money from his death. (Upon hearing Stan was not dead, she returned all of the insurance money.)

By September 29, 2014 12 Comments Read More →

Is this man insecure, a jerk or a sociopath?

Editor’s Note: This letter to Lovefraud is submitted by the  Lovefraud reader who goes by the name “Shanmoo.” Donna Andersen’s comments follow the letter.

I can’t believe I’ve had to come back here after five years. I had a spath boyfriend in 2008-2009, and spent many a night on this site. However, I did move forward, and I believed I had dealt with all the issues, karma and justice happened and in fact I met a decent guy. Unfortunately we went our separate ways because of my illness, at that time.

My relationship with co-worker “A”

By September 28, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Advice for breaking up with narcissists

Narcissists believe other people are on Earth to serve their needs, so they don’t believe in other people’s boundaries. According to a recent article on Huffington Post, this continues even after you end a romantic relationship with a narcissist. The author suggests how to deal with the issue.

Setting boundaries with a narcissist, on HuffingtonPost.com.

Story suggested by a Lovefraud reader.

By September 27, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

I am now the enemy, and I’ve never witnessed such coldness from the person I used to call my wife

Spath TalesEditor’s Note: This Spath tale was submitted by the Lovefraud reader whom we’ll call ” Walter.”

I believe I was married to a sociopath for over ten years.

She was an old date from high school and had recently run into my friend and gotten my email address.

We started talking via email for a couple months (we lived about eight hour’s  drive from each other). We agreed to meet near her and on our first meeting, she said I love you. I went along with it because it felt too good to be true.

By September 26, 2014 3 Comments Read More →

Cyber stalking made easy with smartphones and spyware

spywareEditor’s Note: This article is a MUST READ for anyone who is being stalked or who needs to keep their location a secret.

Because of the latest in smart phone technology, husbands, wives, lovers and exes don’t need to leave the comfort of their homes, or hire a private detective, to be able to know their victim’s every move. All they have to do is secretly monitor their victim’s smart phone, tablet or computer.

Mary Ann Glynn: Book Review of ‘The Psychopath Inside’

Mary Ann Glynn ad newThe Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist’s Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain – by James Fallon

Review by Mary Ann Glynn

I first came across James Fallon’s research on a show about psychopathy and the brain on the Science Channel. I was fascinated by what he found out by mistake about his own brain, which has added an interesting and significant spin to the discussion of nature and nurture in psychopathy.

By September 24, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

Mark Manson reveals why ‘Love is Not Enough’

lennon_reznor_smMark Manson is an author and entrepreneur who posts on his website hundreds of articles about psychology and modern culture.

‘Love is Not Enough’ is a straightforward look at love through Mark Manson’s eyes.

Manson compares John Lennon’s notion that “all you need is love” with Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor’s idea that “love is not enough.” Manson sides with Reznor and warns that there are three harsh truths about love: love does not equal compatibility, love does not solve your relationship problems, and love is not always worth sacrificing yourself.

By September 24, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

Blame the victim, again

Spath TalesEditor’s Note: This SPATH tale was submitted by the Lovefraud reader who goes by the name “Sisyphus Unchained.”

He was handsome; he was charming; he had an incredible zest for life.  But more importantly he was manipulative, deceitful and dangerous.

In 2007 I met a man with whom I thought I shared interests: educational/community development projects in Southern Africa. He portrayed himself as the founder of a South African-based charitable project focused on the needs of orphaned/disadvantaged youths in the townships of Johannesburg (which much later, once I investigated further, all turned out to be non-existent).

By September 23, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

Fraudulent love syndicate in Malaysia pulls in $68,955

facebookFive Nigerian students between the ages of 25 and 34, attending a private college in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, plus another girl local to Sungai Buloh, were arrested for operating a fraudulent dating syndicate on Facebook for the past six months.

The suspects formed relationships with the victims and then requested that the victims transfer money into the suspects’ accounts. So far, the syndicate has collected a total of RM 223,000 (US$68,955).

Local Girl Involved In FB Love Fraud, from Malaysian Digetst.com

By September 22, 2014 10 Comments Read More →

Ray Rice, the NFL, and domestic violence

I would like to thank the unidentified employee of the now-closed Revel Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, who leaked the video of the NFL player Ray Rice punching his fiancée in the head, knocking her unconscious.

The employee likely sold the video to TMZ for thousands of dollars. In my opinion, it was worth every penny he or she received, because now the public’s attention is focused on the issue of domestic violence.

It’s about time.


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