Kamis, 14 Juli 2011

A gripping story

Dance With Devil Marriage Psychopath

Dance With Devil Marriage Psychopath

Romantic relationships can be so much fun with the right person. A relationship with a misfit however can lead to years of depression, stress, heartache, emotional/social damage, and even financial ruin. A damaging adult partner can turn what is supposed to be a loving, supporting, and understanding relationship into the "fatal attraction" often described in books and movies. There are a multitude of un-nerving ineractions or dangerous situations that may be encountered everyday, but most are easy to identify and avoid. We all know to avoid people that appear crazy, abnormal and/or aggressive. But, some individuals are better at hiding their personality and behavior abnormalities. In an effort to provide some warning about these very damaging individuals, Barbara candidly outlines a type of individual commonly found in the dating scene, a male sociopath.

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10 komentar:

  1. This is a classic book written by an "insider" to a psychopath's life. As the daughter of such a man, this book allowed me even more empathy toward the six women (at this writing) that my "father" victimized. I would HIGHLY recommend that anyone related to, or affected by, this behavior buy this book NOW - I promise you won't be able to put it down, and it may give you hope on surviving life after the experience.

    BalasHapus
  2. I am shocked that many of the reviewers blamed the author and victim in this book. First, a book reviewer should evaluate the merits of the book. They do not denigrate the author for not leaving sooner or being a loving, loyal and compliant wife. That is exactly the type of woman the sociopath preys upon. Until you have walked in the shoes of someone who has been held hostage and terrorized for years, stick with criticism of style and content. Do not critize the victim.

    BalasHapus
  3. This is a wonderful first-person account of the truth behind living with a sociopath. As a graduate student in Criminology, I am deeply frustrated by how little my peers know about the reality of how sociopaths behave. The reason they are so successful, and get away with various forms of thievery from educated businessmen and love interest alike, is because they are such amazing performers; they can replicate human emotions flawlessly. Like many of the more academic books concerning sociopaths/psychopaths out there indicate, they leave their victims heartbroken and with empty wallets. It's refreshing to read a personal account, to add a unique richness to the formal books out there, which describe these individuals from a safe distance. The most terrifying truth about psychopaths is that the law is always on their side, and anyone too close to them need to beware; cross them or threaten their livelihood, and you are likely to end up dead.

    BalasHapus
  4. Jacqueline Dickson17 November 2011 13.32

    Romantic relationships can be so much fun with the right person. A relationship with a misfit however can lead to years of depression, stress, heartache, emotional/social damage, and even financial ruin. A damaging adult partner can turn what is supposed to be a loving, supporting, and understanding relationship into the "fatal attraction" often described in books and movies. There are a multitude of un-nerving ineractions or dangerous situations that may be encountered everyday, but most are easy to identify and avoid. We all know to avoid people that appear crazy, abnormal and/or aggressive. But, some individuals are better at hiding their personality and behavior abnormalities. In an effort to provide some warning about these very damaging individuals, Barbara candidly outlines a type of individual commonly found in the dating scene, a male sociopath.

    BalasHapus
  5. Reading is not my forte, however, I could not put 'A Dance With The Devil' down. Barbara Bentley opens her world to readers, she shares her story of being married to a psychopath who drains her emotionally, financially and physically. Her dreams of a happy marriage are destroyed when her husband attempts to kill her. Barbara takes us through the ups and downs of her marriage and explains how she puts together the pieces of the puzzle that would ultimately expose her husbands lies and deceit. Barbara describes the many events she shared with her husband, John, in great detail, making this book a true page turner.
    In this true story, you will read how Barbara not only survived the attempt on her life, but how she courageously battled California's no-fault divorce law for victims rights.
    I highly recommend this book to anyone who has been in an abusive relationship, it may just save your life.

    BalasHapus
  6. I could not put the book down and missed my BART stop while reading a gut wrenching portion of the book! Barbara's story is amazing and shows us how we can be strong even in the most difficult times of our lives. Barbara gave a selfless act by changing the laws of Californa so that others would not have to go through what she did while trying to divorce the man who tried to kill her. I strongly encourage those who are struggling with co-dependancy issues and someone they think might be a psychopath to read this book, they are not alone.

    BalasHapus
  7. Author, Barbara Bentley, gives us a firsthand look into the deceitful mind of a psychopath. She conveys the doubt and confusion of being married to and manipulated by such a person as only one who has lived it could.

    Ms. Bentley's determination in getting California's no-fault divorce law changed is truly inspirational. The reader can feel her confidence grow as she pursues her goal.

    I could not put this book down until the very last page.

    Alma J. Meyer
    Shepherdsville, KY

    BalasHapus
  8. Herman Robertson26 Oktober 2013 14.32

    I wasn't expecting this book to be a first hand account of living with a psychopath (I don't remember why I bought it actually) but after I had read a couple of chapters and discovered this is what it was, it was too late. I couldn't put it down. Barbara did a great job telling us of how she was conned, and even though the signs were very clear to me that she should have known better, I can see why women (or men) would refuse to believe such a thing about someone they love and believed in. It took nearly dying before she said enough is enough and left. That would be good enough if the story ended there, but she went much further to prevent this from happening to someone else in the future.

    Some of the other reviewers have commented that Barbara might have been a little greedy too, was too anxious to live the semi-extravagant lifestyle and that she should have been able to see that she was being conned. OK, maybe she wasn't as smart about it as others might have been, but the man conned her, he stole from her, and he tried to kill her. Make no mistake, she was the victim.

    BalasHapus
  9. The best book I've read on this subject. Barbara Bentley wrote from a first hand experience things that I went through. My ex tried to kill me; he came very close. Amazing how he became the victim, even though I almost died. I wish I had read a book like this years ago, maybe it could have given me insight a lot sooner. We need a lot more awareness in this area, especially knowing this is not an isolated case. I highly recommend this book.
    Thank you for writing it, Barbara!

    BalasHapus