Sunday, March 26, 2017

OHIO LIBRARY PRESENTATIONS - Winifred Rule


Meet Winifred Rule and learn how to spot and protect yourself from a psychopath.  Four library presentations from April 24 - 27 in northeast Ohio. No charge for admission.

Winifred Rule is a member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Psychopathy, and is author of Born to Destroy, the first instructional work on the female psychopath, based on her experiences and lessons learned from living with two psychopaths--her mother and her sister.  Her work has been featured in libraries and curriculums of major universities in the United States and abroad.  Most recently, Born to Destroy was accepted into the collections of Columbia University and the Leninka Library, Russia’s Library of Congress, to assist psychiatrists, researchers and lay people to better understand the impact of psychopaths in everyday life. Rule has received certification in using the principal diagnostic instrument for evaluating psychopathic characteristics (Dr. Robert D. Hare’s PCL-R) from the Darkstone Group, the only organization authorized to issue this certification in the world.


April 24 - Oberlin Public Library - 6:30 p.m.
https://oncampus.oberlin.edu/classifieds/2017/04/05/traits-of-a-psychopath-program-at-oberlin-public-library

April 25 - Willoughby Public Library - 6:30 p.m
http://welibrary.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=11584&backTo=Calendar&startDate=2017/04/07

April 26 - North Hill Branch Library, Akron - 6:30 p.m.
http://eventful.com/akron/events/protect-yourself-psychopath-/E0-001-101070854-3

April 27 - Lakewood Public Library - 7:00 p.m.
http://lakewoodpubliclibrary.org/programs/author-event-born-to-destroy-book-by-winifred-rule

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Female Psychopaths: Callous and Unemotional from Birth?

CALLOUS - UNEMOTIONAL traits are associated with being a psychopath.

One of the last times I saw my father alive, Dad shared a secret with me that he had never told anyone.  He expressed sadness about my older sister Dee, telling me that he could never get close to Dee from when she was a baby, no matter how hard he tried.  Dee remained callous and unemotional all of her life.  Dad died with that pain buried in his heart.

Children who display a callous and unemotional demeanor are at high risk of being a psychopath.

Please take a moment and stop by my newly designed website, www.winisbooks.com, for more information.  Also, Born to Destroy is available for sale on my website, where it can also be purchased in Kindle or Nook versions.

For more information ... www.winisbooks.com

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Female Psychopaths - Blind to What They Are

Psychopathy researchers have found that psychopaths do not recognize or acknowledge they have a character disorder.  In short, the psychopath does not believe he or she is a psychopath.  They do not see this disorder in themselves.  I saw this in my personal experience with my mother and sister who surpass the definition for clinical psychopaths.  When they learned of my book, Born to Destroy, my sister Dee left a message on my answering machine saying, "You are the psychopath!" Though I wrote under a pseudonym, my book is based on fact and is entirely true.  The psychopath has an uncanny way of turning around facts, making you guilty for doing to them what they have done to you!

Please take a moment and stop by my newly designed website, www.winisbooks.com, for more information.  Also, Born to Destroy is available for sale on my website, where it can also be purchased in Kindle or Nook versions.

For more information ... www.winisbooks.com

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Female Psychopaths - www.winisbooks.com new site

Come to the new www.winisbooks.com . See new photos of appearances.  Paperback, Kindle and Nook editions of Born to Destroy are now available. 

Female Psychopaths - Toddler Emotions

"Psychopaths live in a presocialized emotional world. Psychopaths possess an emotional range and depth similar to -- although not identical with -- those of a young toddler prior to sustained interaction with his peers. Emotions that are consciously felt include excitement, rage, boredom, envy, frustration, dysphoria, and shame.  ... The psychopath does not display feelings that necessitate a capacity for attachment. These emotions include anger, guilt, fear, depression, sympathy, empathy, remorse, gratitude, sadness, loneliness, and reciprocal joy -- a range of feelings that is broad, deep, and complex."       --J. Reid Meloy in The Mark of Cain

For more information ... www.winibooks.com