Sociopathy and Social Media


From the Facebook page

This is only one page on Facebook that seeks to shed light on Sociopaths. There are many others dealing with all sorts of sociopathy. Narcissism, Psychopaths, Sociopaths all have one thing in common. They can use social media to their own ends. With billions of users Facebook is a fertile hunting ground for these people. They can find the vulnerable, the lonely, the naive. If one finds them out it is just on to another one. From the Nigerian scammer to the fake lover that turns out to be a phantom there are all kinds of people just looking to prey on the innocent. Thankfully along with these predators are people that are just the opposite. They fight the lies, the manipulation, the control that sociopaths exert over their prey. For some it becomes too late. Suicide, shame, financial ruin can result from a run in with one of these so educate yourself. Visit the groups and pages. On the internet there is literally thousands of pages of information.
Don’t become a statistic or a victim. Also watch your young people and also the elderly they are a prime target for social predators.

Here are some sites to start you off.

A wonderful blog to follow too.

Good luck and stay safe. If you know of any other good sites to add to this please do. There are a lot of victims out there that can use your help. If you see anyone that is being taken advantage of by any of these sorts guide them to this post, the internet anywhere they can see the truth.

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  1. curepornaddiction · January 23, 2015

    Thank you, Gale. Sociopaths prey on the elderly and the youth. You are right that we have to keep a watchful eye out for them. Thanks.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Gale A. Molinari · January 23, 2015

      I see too much of this people preying on the weak. Defaming people without cause I can’t stay silent because a little knowledge is a powerful thing.


  2. curepornaddiction · January 23, 2015

    Reblogged this on How to Stop Pornography Addiction and commented:
    Predators come in many forms. Keep a watchful eye open for them.


  3. Kaine Andrews · January 23, 2015

    The picture at the top amused me, mainly because it seems like these days, that’s not just the sociopath’s method of getting things done; that’s how we teach practically everyone to behave anymore. But that could just be my curmudgeon nature peeking out again.


  4. marilynmunrow · February 16, 2015

    Reblogged this on Marilyn Munrow.


  5. Gale A. Molinari · February 16, 2015

    Thank you for the reblog!!


  6. LindaGHill · July 2, 2015

    I’ve been in such a relationship and I know, when I think back on it now, I was lucky to get out alive. Predators are everywhere and they’re charming as hell. Great post, Gale. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Gale A. Molinari · July 3, 2015

      Thanks. Oh yes and there is nothing more charming or alluring than a sociopath that wants something. I was lucky to see her for what she was. Others not so lucky


      • LindaGHill · July 3, 2015

        Yup, mine was a woman too. My “best friend.” Pfft. Glad you got out – relatively unscathed I hope. It’s rare that there aren’t at least some lasting effects.


      • Gale A. Molinari · July 3, 2015

        Still makes me look twice at people. You never see people the same again after that kind of relationship.


      • LindaGHill · July 3, 2015

        So so true.

        Liked by 1 person

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