Since 2001, Marion Trent has devoted thousands of unpaid hours serving those in need.
Many have found the information on the Sociopathic Style website extremely helpful and oftentimes
Emails and phone calls come in daily and Ms. Trent answers all questions with love and much insight.
Thousands of visitors access the information on this website each month and it can be overwhelming from time to time to answer all the inquiries. Therefore, we are now asking you to please consider donating so that you may pay it forward and become part of the ongoing netword and resources to help those in need now and in the future.
Your contributions will not only help with inquiries, but it will help accelerate the growth of this website, which will include a blog and a community board, maintainance and ongoing costs associated with owning a website.
Suggested doantion is $20, but all donations are welcome.
May you be blessed for your kind heart.
The Sociopathic Style Team
Emails from readers:
"I am so glad to have found your website. I have a few questions about sociopaths that I feel you can adequately answer. I seem to have no luck finding answers to this anywhere."
"Thank you so very much for your kind words and understanding. People can't fully appreciate how dangerous a sociopath is and what it's like to have to deal with them in your life, unless you have been severely affected by one..."
"Firstly, this website is the most informative I've ever found. Thank you, I have learned so much."
"It's been 12 long years i've dealt with my boyfriend who I've recently diagnosed as a sociopath. I have so many mixed emotions, heartache, disapointment, anger, I probably could go on and on. I now know I need help. For ever I thought the problem was me so I started researching for the last maybe two years and now I know that it wasn't me. I have a daughter with him and I tried sooo hard. I need to move to the next step but I'm not sure how. Can you help?"
"I was writing to see if you could recommend any resource [in my area] to deal with sociopaths. My ex-husband is a sociopath. We have been divorced a long time. We have young children and I am trying to re-address custody issues. He tires everybody and even our mediator does not want to continue working with us. The court agreed to a custody evaluation but I do not have the funds to pay for that. I need to set clear boundaries in a custody agreement that will protect myself and children from his ways. The court and mediator know there is an issue but do not understand the depth of it or how to address it. Frankly I think he's a time bomb. Any ideas?"