Welcome to the book club!  

Books on Sociopath


The book club is now moving forward full-steam ahead!  My intention is to have my notes on each book posted in the book club area of the support group (as well as a page here on the website) by the 10th of each month.

I am new to running a book club, so if you have any ideas or feedback on how to make it run smoother please let me know. 🙂

I’m so excited about this, and I hope you are too!  I look forward to hearing everyone’s insights on all these different books.


* I will also be placing some affiliate links to Amazon that you can click to buy the book(s).  These affiliate links help to support this site, and don’t impact the price you pay for the book.  If you want to use the affiliate links, that’s great, and we all much appreciate it–but if you don’t want to (you want to get the book at your library, or for any other reason) that’s  totally fine too–your feedback and insight on the different books are what’s most important.  🙂

Book Club Books:

2018 Book Club Books


January 2018: Codependency for Dummies by Darlene Lancer

February 2018: Who’s Pulling Your Strings by Harriet Braiker and Kate Reading

March 2018: Emotional Blackmail by Susan Forward and Donna Frazier

April 2018: The Body Has a Mind of Its Own by Sandra Blakeslee

May 2018: Out of the Fog by Dana Morningstar (me)  🙂

June 2018: The Sociopath Next Door by Martha Stout

July 2018: Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith

August 2018: Start Here by Dana Morningstar (me) 🙂

September 2018: TBD

October 2018: TBD

November 2018: TBD

December 2018: TBD






2017 Book Club Books

January 2017: “Becoming the Narcissist’s Nightmare” by Shahida Arabi

February 2017: “How To Do No Contact Like A Boss!: A Guide to Detaching from Toxic Relationships for Intuitives, Empaths & Sensitives” by Kim Saeed

March 2017: “The Dance of Anger: A Woman’s Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships” by Harriet Lerner

April 2017: “In Sheep’s Clothing” by Dr. George Simon

May 2017: “Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse: The Warm, Hard Truth” by Joanna Moore

June 2017: “Respect Me Rules” by Michael and Shelly Marshall

July 2o17: “Women Who Love Psychopaths” by Sandra Brown

August 2017:The Betrayl Bond” by Patrick Carnes

September 2017: “Necessary Endings” by Henry Cloud

October 2017: No book (it’s a long story lol)

November 2017: “Boundaries After a Pathological Relationship” by Adelyn Birch

December 2017: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown (it was “I Thought it Was Just Me (but it isn’t) by Brene Brown, but I read the wrong book. :/