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The Con of the Convict: 5 years later the saga still continues

For Legal Purposes: This is a disclaimer that the name "John" is a placeholder and could represent anyone in your life. It's a name as generic as any villain's could be. The intent of this blog is to shed light on the dangers associated with individuals who have been released from correctional facilities.

Their intentions may remain hidden, and they may have spent significant time plotting a destructive path to reclaim a life that once brought them satisfaction. Therefore, it's essential to exercise extreme caution when engaging with someone in your life who resembles the "John" described here. Your safety and well-being should always be a top priority.

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One twisted Cold quiet Halloween morning.

In the shadowy depths of John's twisted psyche, a malevolent force lurked. It thrived on the innocent hearts it could deceive, feeding on their sympathy like a parasite, growing stronger with every kind word, every well-intentioned gesture. As he moved through life, he left a trail of shattered lives in his wake.

John was a master manipulator, a puppeteer pulling the strings of those around him, pushing them to the brink of despair. He was no ordinary monster; he was a "hobo sapien," a creature that used his appearance to mask his true, sinister nature.

This beastly being embodied the darkest aspects of a Leo's traits – pride twisted into malevolence, courage warped into deceit. Cryptic and cunning, he played a dangerous game with the lives of those who crossed his path. He was prison-minded, seeking to imprison the souls of his victims in a web of fear and manipulation.

He'd employ a sickly facade, casting doubt upon the sanity of those who dared to confront him. To face a "hobo sapien" like John was to dance on the precipice of madness, where reality blurred and nightmares became all too real. The only hope lay in the strength to break free from his sinister grasp and expose the darkness for what it truly was.

There may exist a glimmer of hope in escaping the clutches of such monstrous "hobo sapiens." They tend to leach onto you, draining your resources, while offering nothing in return but misguided counsel and schemes aimed at driving a wedge between you and your loved ones. Their sole aim is to gain power and control, even if it means casting aside morality, just to secure a roof over their own heads.

These individuals serve as ominous warning signs, reminding us to be vigilant. John is just one of many examples in a world where people are coerced out of their own homes by former inmates released from correctional facilities. These individuals have hopped from halfway house to houses, then using their friends and families drawing wedges between truth and lies. employing intimidation tactics to invade the lives of unsuspecting victims, often rendering them powerless.

Yet, even in the face of such daunting challenges, there is help to be found, and there is hope. It's essential to reach out, seek support, and work towards liberation from the clutches of those who wish to exploit and control. Through collective effort and support, victims can regain control over their lives and reclaim their sense of security.

This story highlights an unfortunate reality that persists today. Despite numerous attempts to escape John's influence, he continues to use my son and manipulate situations to his advantage. It has led to questions about my sanity and whether I deserve this treatment. The truth is, I've wanted to remove him from my life since 2012.

One significant incident that stands out is a fight I had with my sister. John manipulated her words, and in the heat of the moment, I didn't fully understand what was said. This misunderstanding escalated into our very first physical altercation, resulting in my sister going to jail and significantly impacting her life. I've carried a heavy burden of guilt for my role in this, and I've never forgiven myself for allowing John's jealousy and manipulation to drive a wedge between two loving women.

This story is a stark reminder of the destructive power of manipulation and control in abusive relationships. It's crucial for those affected by such situations to seek help and support to break free from these harmful cycles and begin the process of healing.

Escaping an abusive relationship is a critical step towards your safety and well-being. Here is a list of ways to escape an abusive relationship:

1. Prioritize Your Safety: Safety should be your primary concern. Develop a safety plan that outlines what you will do if the situation escalates.

2. Reach Out to Supportive Friends and Family: Trusted friends and family members can provide emotional support and may offer a safe place to stay.

3. Contact a Domestic Violence Hotline: Many countries have hotlines that can provide you with immediate help and resources.

4. Seek Legal Help: Consult with an attorney to understand your legal rights, including restraining orders and custody arrangements.

5. Pack an Emergency Bag: Prepare a bag with essential items, such as identification, medications, clothing, and important documents. Hide it in a safe location.

6. Secure Your Finances: If possible, set up your own bank account and ensure that you have access to funds for emergencies.

7. Stay Connected: Keep your cell phone charged and with you at all times. Inform someone you trust of your whereabouts.

8. Contact a Therapist or Counselor: A therapist can provide emotional support and help you navigate the emotional trauma.

9. Explore Shelters or Safe Houses: Research local shelters or safe houses for domestic abuse survivors.

10. Make a Discreet Exit Plan: When you decide to leave, do so discreetly to avoid confrontation.

11. Inform Your Workplace or School: If you feel comfortable, inform your employer or school about your situation, so they can offer support.

12. Educate Yourself: Learn about the dynamics of abuse to better understand what you're facing.

13. Consider a Restraining Order: Consult with a legal professional about obtaining a restraining order to protect yourself. Possible contact Thier probation officer and let them know.

14. Change Your Routine: Vary your daily routine to make it harder for the abuser to predict your actions. Work out and go on affordable dates.

15. Block or Limit Contact: Restrict contact with the abuser as much as possible, especially on social media. So yes, if he's able to come across this blog post, I know he still stalking me and my family.

16. Document Abuse: Keep a record of abusive incidents, including dates, times, and descriptions.

17. Understand the Cycle of Abuse: Recognize the honeymoon phase and be prepared for possible reconciliation attempts from the abuser. Look out for phrases like I just came out of the hospital or I have to live in my car.

18. Stay Informed: Stay informed about local laws and resources available to survivors of abuse. Have that conversation, though it's hard with your loved ones they will help you.

19. Be Patient: Leaving an abusive relationship or trying to remove an abusive person out of your life can be a long and challenging process. Be patient with yourself.

20. Lean on Supportive Organizations: Seek help from local domestic violence organizations that specialize in assisting survivors.

21. Consider Relocating: If it's safe and feasible, consider moving to a different area.

22. Obtain a Protective Order: Consult a legal professional to obtain a protective order that legally prevents the abuser from contacting you. Utilize public records to make a formal complaint. It is so important to have accurate records.

Remember, leaving an abusive relationship is a courageous step, and you don't have to do it alone. Reach out to professionals, friends, and family who can support you through this challenging process. Your safety and well-being are paramount.

Don't allow shame to prevent you from reaching out to your parents, especially your mother. Her home and her heart are always open to you. There's no need to fear admitting your struggles as an adult when someone is disrupting your life. Your family is there to support you through thick and thin, and they'll be your shelter in the storm.

In my final reflections, I want to share my journey of letting go. At a point in my life, I clung to my business because it felt like the only thing I had left. My home was in disarray, my finances were in turmoil, and my personal life was non-existent. It was as though everything I desired was slipping further away as I held onto things that he coveted so dearly. So, I made a choice to set myself free.

Now, the monstrous hobo- sapien has what he wanted – the car, the apartment, the studio. He's even embroiled in a lawsuit to manipulate a system, unaware that I stand as a character witness for the complex. The car, I relinquished the registration for months ago, and somehow, he missed the notification. But truth be told, I don't care.

The apartment he was evicted from because, legally, he wasn't a tenant but a guest who took over and bullied me out of my own home. And for that, I'm profoundly grateful.

Unfortunately, he has now ensnared my son, perpetuating his cycle of abuse with yet another unsuspecting and empathetic victim.

In this new chapter of my life, I've found an incredible opportunity running my own successful business. I'm in a loving and passionate relationship, rekindled my connections with friends and family, and, most importantly, I feel healthy and happy. Letting go was the key to unlocking a brighter future.

I need to help my son but I need him to reach out to me. So if you've taken the time to read this blog and you're in communication with my son, please help me help him.

Links for Reference- he didn't make me, he didn't break me, never ever gonna let him shake me!

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This is fantastic advice for any person in a relationship that turns toxic . The signs will be there . Take heed , save yourself!

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