Lovefraud should be on Oprah. I can’t tell you how many times people have told me that. I agree. So let’s contact Oprah and tell her—along with other media outlets.
Lovefraud educates people about sociopaths. Sociopaths are the most destructive element of the human race, but few people know they exist. And, because they don’t know about these predators, people are victimized.
Oprah probably has the world’s biggest media platform, and she talks about important issues. The issue of sociopaths is incredibly important. A show that informs her audience about these dangerous predators could make a huge difference in the lives of millions of people.
The Oprah.com website includes a form in which you can e-mail the producers. So let’s do it. Click on the link below. Tell Oprah’s producers why you think Lovefraud should be on the show.
Maybe, if hundreds of us contact the Oprah show, they’ll take the pitch seriously.
And while you’re at it, if you have any other broadcast contacts—TV or radio—please suggest a show on the topic of sociopaths. I am prepared to talk about:
- The social predators among us, and how to avoid them
- Why smart women fall for con men
- Dangers of online dating
- Why sociopaths get away with exploiting people
- Spiritual lessons from a run-in with a sociopath
- Betrayal, recovery and transformation in the book “Love Fraud—How marriage to a sociopath fulfilled my spiritual plan”
I am also happy to do interviews with reporters from newspapers, magazines or websites. Anything to get the word out.
When something happens that seems to involve a sociopath—I know you can spot the news stories, because many of you send me the links to articles that I’ve been posting—producers and reporters are often looking for experts to explain what has happened. I’m always happy to do that.
The objective, as always, is to educate people about these disordered individuals, hopefully before they are exploited. Here are some links that members of the media may find helpful.