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The Empathy Trap

The Empathy Trap

“This deeply compassionate book offers answers, healing, and game-changing new insights.” – ‘Peace’, author of Psychopath Free

If you’re in a relationship where you’re always in the wrong, and constantly being criticised, the chances are you’re with a sociopath – someone without a conscience, whose personality shows extreme antisocial tendencies.

This book is designed to help you identify the sociopath destroying your happiness, and it gives you the tools you need to protect yourself against these arch-manipulators. It will help you to see their behavior for what it really is, understand the way they interact with others, and extract yourself from a destructive relationship – whatever its nature. You will regain control of your life for good, and become a survivor; a stronger person.

More than just a practical guide, The Empathy Trap sends out a call to all of us, not only to identify and call out the sociopaths in our midst, but also to contribute to a culture where empathy exists as a prized virtue with the potential to transform society at every level.
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On Sale: 25th July 2019

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9781529329209

Reviews

"With an energetic mix of scientific research and revealing real-life experiences, Tim and Jane McGregor get beyond the obvious traits of sociopathic behaviour, to explore its effects on those who live and work with them."
Louise Chunn, founder, wellbeing.org
"A must-read for anyone who has lived through the nightmare of a sociopathic encounter."
'Peace', author of "Psychopath Free"
"Revelational and helpful. It explained for the first time a bullying process I had been subjected to, as a professional in an empathic profession. All it takes for evil to flourish is a few people to do nothing."
Deirdre Boyd, CEO, Addiction Recovery Foundation
"Written in clear and simple language, this book encapsulates and renders accessible otherwise complicated terms and relational paradigms."
Erma Cooper