About P. A.
P. A. Speers has compelling insight on why “nice guys” (and gals) finish last and how they can finish first. After Speers experienced a tsunami of users, manipulators, and dangerous individuals, she discovered what therapists failed to inform her: There are people camouflaged in society who have no conscience.
Speers proclaims, “People need to know the traits of a sociopath, especially parents. Parents invest their time and money into their children, however if they do not inform them of the traits of a Type 1 Sociopath, psychopath, and sociopath (without conscience), their children may be derailed by falling in love with one or by having sociopathic teachers, friends and/or bosses destroy them emotionally, financially, or physically. Type 1 Sociopaths are all around us, and yet, we are not informed about the traits of these undercover predators. It is a common assumption that sociopaths are the women beaters, thieves, child molesters, and rapists we see on TV. However, sociopaths can be the difficult people in our lives. We need to know this information in order to navigate safely to healthier relationships and therefore, healthier lives. This seems to be a secret hidden in plain view.”
Speers believes she has been guided to share this awareness with all of the loving, compassionate people in this world in order to prevent them from becoming Charmed, Disarmed, and Harmed. She promotes learning this information from the views of the victims, mental health professionals, and conscienceless individuals.
P. A. Speers is the co-author of The Inspired Caregiver- Finding Joy While Caring for Those You Love and has co-written numerous songs featured on television programs such as MTV-Making the Band, Women of Desperate Housewives, Sex and the City, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Fox Sports, Access Hollywood, and many others.
P. A. Speers has co-written an upbeat, positive, country Christmas song
Speers is often heard repeating George Eliot’s quote, “What do we live for, if not to make life less difficult for each other?” She lives her life in appreciation and wonderment moment by moment, breath by breath. Every day is a gift…and every moment is a chance to start over again!