Psychotherapist and relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle analyzed emails sent among Bruce Beresford-Redman, his murdered wife Monica Beresford-Redman, and his mistress Joy Pierce which detailed the collapse of the Beresford-Redman marriage and the TV producer’s affair with his co-worker. Dr. Carle reached some shocking conclusions about the love triangle, exclusively for RadarOnline.com.
“I’m not so sure he’s a sociopath,” Dr. Carle says of the former Survivor producer who is “the only suspect” in his wife’s murder, according to Mexican officials.
“He’s really regretting his actions and being alone right now,” says Dr. Carle, who has never treated the Beresford-Redmans or Pierce and is the author of How to Win When Your Mate Cheats.
“No question he’s a liar and his ego has grown much bigger than he’s able to handle. More than anything else, he’s a pathological liar who’s been caught in his own lies and now he’s left without any kind of cover for himself. He’s left psychologically naked.
“He’s very depressed about his own life and not being able to manipulate women. If his cover is blown, he may be capable of snapping. Once his cover is blown, he is of course capable, in my opinion, of snapping. He has no psychological protection. The person he counted on to protect him, Joy, dropped out of his love triangle.
“I think what everybody is experiencing in these emails are empty words and these people don’t know what love is.
“He says he’s going to get therapy for being a liar. There is no therapy for being a liar! You go to therapy for the whole person, we find out what’s behind the actions.
“His emails are very telling of how simplistic his mind works. This is why I say he’s not a sociopath. He knows he hurt the mistress and his wife. A sociopath has no conscious. He’s feeling bad enough for his children to want to maintain the marriage. The stories and lies that he told to everybody caught up with him. He was clearly leading a double life and it all caught up with him.
“He’s definitely a narcissist. It was all about him,” says Dr. Carle. “He refused to believe that the wife would have the last laugh. It’s a real blow to a narcissist to hear that.
“He called the cheating a game’...to him it was a game. He was playing with everyone’s emotions and could care less. There are some sociopathic traits in him, but I wouldn’t label him a sociopath. He’s sorry he got caught. He’s selfish. It’s a hard call to make because he claims he loves his children. He is extremely narcissistic," says the expert.
“He was manipulative, but Monica was already on to his game, so why would she go down to Mexico with him? Nobody was happy!”
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