My Trials

as the Transitional Target of a Religious Psychopath

by Mark Wilson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/20/2017

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781480845237
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781480845244
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781480845251

About the Book

Mark’s story begins several years back when he ventured to a foreign country for unique career-building experiences. It is there he eventually met more and more like-minded individuals and someone who appeared extra special.

This same-aged woman was on her game as she presented a convincing picture of virtue. Mark had no idea that he was about to become quite the victim of a high-functioning, proactively religious psychopath.

Mark beautifully illustrated how counterintuitive his experiences with a psychopath were and goes in great depth to show how these abuser victim roles play out in real life encounters. This is interesting information that is often not included in other books on the same subject matter.

In sharing how he figured his way through his extended encounter with a primary psychopath, he seeks to spread awareness which will help members of our global society identify psychopaths before they cause their applicable levels of damage.

Join the author to educate yourself on the increasingly trending topic of psychopathy. There are many things Mark assists you in taking away from encounters with psychopaths and their influence on the world around us. Psychopathy is certainly a topic worth getting a grasp over. Look into this critically constructed book and you’ll be happy you did!”

About the Author

Mark Wilson is a young man with many interests that keeps him active and enjoying life. He brings an intelligent, biological perspective to the psychology of the disorder psychopathy. His real-life story teaches society why we need to spot dangerous predatory psychopaths before they can cause serious damage and become legendary in antisocial ways.