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  1. Thank you for this article. I’ve been thrust into an unwanted acquaintenceship for over a year with someone that I now understand has either (or both) this type of aggression and/or is also fairly sociopathic. It’s my partner’s female business client; he thinks she’s just someone with a messed-up childhood (privileged nonetheless) who drinks too much every day & has too many Rx drugs. I have printed your articles for him to mull when he’s ready to face things calmly. I hope we can fix things as I do love him & want to protect him from this disturbed, wily, manipulative, predatory female.

  2. I understand that we need to confront the behaviors and thought process which I have done. I am now longer with the person. The abuse was really bad and nothing ever changed.

  3. I live on a property in San Antonio, TX that is RIFE with people such as described in this article. I am heartened to finally be able to put an identifying marker/term to the mentality that feeds their behavior, and am so encouraged by the article that I purchased “In Sheep’s Clothing,” by Dr. Simon so as to be better able to understand and interact with those around me. THANK YOU, Dr. Simon!

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