NOTE: William took great pride by appearing a man of ethic and integrity
to the world, -“There is nothing about me on the web“- he often said.
Instead, he told me: “Look what people say about you?“
He was building up a scenario where he would have been able to leave safely,
after having ruined my reputation.
I have nothing but love for this sick being.
This post is to warn his future victims
as I wish someone would have warn me.
It is to help the many people who have been severely harmed
by William during work or private life interactions.
Psychological violence and abuses cannot be easily demonstrated or proof
and too many times they go unpunished by the law,
although they cause many victims and deep long-lasting wounds.
This is the story of a man who can get inside your body,
your mind and your soul,
and just like a drug it takes all of you
and leave nothing for yourself.
William is a Sociopath by definition.
He wrote me once he had PTSD.
No. He didn’t.
His self-centered, capricious, abusive behaviour started way before he even joined the Air Force, although him blaming it on the deployments, can get him to draw some extra money on his disability check.
Many of his past victims can testify that.
When he has gotten everything he leaves like you never existed.
As drugs do, you will go through a severe withdrawal symptom…
the dreadful feeling of death.
But it is only when the deadly poison leaves you body
you realize that by leaving you he gave you back life.
Most, like William do put you aside, while not allowing to go, till they have found their next victim.
… This kind of people with their new love, soul mate.. are starting anew.
They block their past, their view to the blood they have spread all over.
And if you make the mistake to direct their attention to that horror,
to destroy their illusion of “true love’,
you are going to become the target of their madness.
He denied he ever loved me. He told me he did not even know what “The notebook” was; our favorite movie.
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In the name of love, he asked me to give everything I had
included my son,
my cat, my best friends…..
I had to turn down 3 good job offers because he wanted me to be with him all the times, to be one with him, nothing else should have existed aside from him., yet, at the same time (behind my back) he told some of his friends/family I was suffocating him and I did not have a job.
On mother day 2013 he took me out for sushi. He did not like or wanted my son, but I ask him if for the occasion he could come along.
He ordered the cheapest food and in a bar, after his second beer, he got up in the middle of the place
and shouted: “I DON’T LIKE YOUR FUCKING SON.”
That was 2013 William’s mother day present to me.
William would punish me with anger and rejection every time I will pay attention to my son or my cat.(emotional blackmail)
He took pleasure in letting me know how much he would have loved to kick my cat (he call him varmint) out of the balcony.
He told me that if he was really a priority as I promise him to be, I would get rid of both my son and my cat.
They were the only 2 things left very dear to me.
Shortly after our divorce he ask me to go back to him as his girlfriend, as a sex partner. He offered to pay for all my expenses as I was a prostitute.
Interesting, because we were never sexually a good match, he is unable to make love, sex to him is a way to self-appreciation and gratification. Another opportunity to path himself on his back after the great show.
On the day our divorce became official:
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Signs of PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSED of a Sociopath
Saturday, November 30, 2013 Is He A Sociopath? – 20 Signs The Sociopath You may be wondering if he’s a sociopath and what makes up one. Here is a list of 20 signs to help…. 1. You are walking on eggshells… you feel on edge around him and yet strangely enough you want to be his one and only. Yes, it’s sick. This is not normal. 2. He originally placed you on a pedestal and was in awe of you. Now, later, it’s like you are in this weird dance where he waffles between placing you on the pedestal and treating you like you are disposable. It creates confusion instead of peace. 3. He refers to you as his trophy wife and bases your value on how good you make him look. He expects affirmation he’s done well in life at his 20 year high school reunion based on your looks and you on his arm. When no one validates him, this is when you unknowingly enter the discarding stage by him. 4. In the beginning he wanted to seal the deal quickly and marry you speedy quick. He doesn’t want a long engagement, he gives ultimatums, sets the wedding date and if you waver…. he accuses you of being not committed. 5. You catch him in a lie. And another lie. And another. It’s pathological for him and he won’t stop. He accuses you of being a liar or a cheater. That’s called projection; him twisting what he’s doing onto you. 6. Nothing phases him. He drives like a maniac to intimidate you. Or you’re in the car with him and nearly get hit by another car. Anyone else would flinch, grip their hand rest, something. Not him. He’s cool as a cucumber and never feels fear, anxiety or worry. No, that’s not normal. 7. Appears needy but is actually controlling. Texts you incessantly. Initially you may see it as flattery, as lovely attention, but eventually down the road you will feel suffocated because he’s in fact controlling. 8. Sex addict. He craves stimulation and high risk. He may use you for his main source of supply but needs supply from others too. Likely a cheater. He will put you at risk for STD’S. Get tested. 9. Views women as inferior. His friend may likely be a narcissist, maybe even a sociopath…. has had sex with hundreds of women then discards them. He texts him nude photos of the women he’s slept with and when you discover it and confront him… he makes excuses. You are disgusted by him and for good reason. 10. Mocks you, stone-walls (gives you the silent treatment). You feel voiceless and exasperated. In a normal relationship you feel heard. 11. He is loved by those around him who know him superficially like his co-workers and employees. They believe you are the issue after you discover what he is because he has skillfully and cunningly painted himself to be this great, respectable, all around decent human being. He gives them shallow praise and they eat it up while he uses them in some way gaining supply. 12. He ignores you. When you ask him “Why are you treating me this way?’ you will be met by a blank stare. He walks away. Your feelings chronically feel unimportant. 13. He demands respect from you. He desires you to adore him and follow him. And yet as time goes on you are a big inconvenience to him. He voices complaint he has to provide for you “Why can’t you go get a job?” and “You expect me to do everything” when in reality you’ve been standing on your head like a three ring circus act doing everything except wiping his butt. You feel like a hundred years old and don’t recognize yourself in the mirror. 14. He expects that you better be perfect. You better work like a dog but look like a Victoria’s Secret model doing it. His expectations are sky high and you can never live up to them. Don’t even try, it will kill you trying. 15. The relationship doesn’t feel secure. In normal secure loving relationships there isn’t worry that one little spat is going to be the end of a couple… but with him, yes. You find yourself always being the one to give in, to compromise, to apologize… because there is this unspoken feeling that if you don’t he will toss you aside. Don’t accept this as a way to live. 16. Gas-lights you. Claims you said something you never said or alternatively tells you something in anger “Stop talking to me about God!” and then a few weeks later denies “I never said that”, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about” ever saying it. In the beginning it will be he said/she said type scenarios. Later, it will be items (books, etc) moved in the house and he claiming you did it when you didn’t. Yes, you begin to question yourself and wonder if you’re going crazy. That’s his plan. Get yourself a plan… walk away from him and his bag of crazy. 17. Comments on your looks and other women’s. Constantly critiques how you could improve your hair, your outfit, etc. Who cares what he thinks? Why put value in it? 18. His idols are status, image and money. He has to have the big house, keep up with the neighbors and drive the expensive car. Post divorce he buys himself a second vehicle and takes his newest sex supply to New York, the trip he always promised you. He gains new supply from her and materialism. Take your own trip to New York. Why ruin it with a case of crazy? 19. He uses the children as pawns when and after you divorce. He uses them to punish you, to turn one or all of them against you. Because who exactly do you think you are to leave him after discovering he cheated? He does the discarding, no one else. 20. You don’t recognize him as the same person you first met. Because that person never really existed. That was a facade, a trick, a phony. He could only wear the mask for so long before it crumbled off. Now you know what he is. Run. And don’t look back. © gps-gracepowerstrength.blogspot.com ~ 2013