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Understanding Abuse People have difficulty understanding the motives of people who are involved in abuse.
David and Julie buy a house in the middle of nowhere to get out of the city.But to do so, she must collect a major donation from an important woman she’s never met, to whom money means far less than other things.What happens to Betsy when she realizes the experience with Heather has provided much more then research notes.This house has a rich and somewhat mysterious history, all owing to an antique mirror that’s has a strange influence over women.Rebecca Abrams has the chance to be a hero, to save the museum where she works from financial collapse.They may have an antisocial (sociopathic, psychopathic) or narcissistic personality disorder, and they may have anger or impulse control issues and substance abuse issues on top of that!
Such people may abuse because of the benefits they receive from doing so, for instance, sexual or financial gratification, or the simple allure of power over other people's lives.
Tiffany, her roommate, her RA, and William will never be the same.
A lush young peasant girl becomes the pawn of an ancient power, as the lord of the manor brings his just-wed and well-loved Lady to his lands.
Think of any dictator that springs to mind and you will have the personification of this type of individual (Saddam Hussain seems to fit well and comes to mind easily).
The character of Tony Soprano from HBO's television series, "The Sopranos" is also a good example of this type.
What makes Tony's character so interesting to watch is that he is aware of his tendency towards narcissistic sociopathy and struggles against it at times with varying rates of success.