What do you do when someone verbally attacks you for no apparent reason? What do you do when someone overreacts to the smallest perceived slight – even when you didn’t mean to offend them? How do you handle the critical, angry, and overall bad behavior of high conflict people? It’s not … Read more about How to Handle High Conflict People in Divorce and in Life
High Conflict Divorce
What can you do if you find yourself in a high conflict divorce, or dealing with a narcissistic spouse?
That's the question that the articles here are designed to answer.
Narcissists love to win. Divorce, to them, is a game. That makes divorcing them in any reasonable kind of way extremely challenging. Their expectations are usually unrealistic. They don’t feel a need to compromise. Even if you don’t think of your divorce as a game, at some point you can’t help but … Read more about 10 Tips for How You Can “Win” When Divorcing A Narcissist
When you’re divorcing a narcissist, the rules are different. In a “normal” divorce (if there is such a thing), people get angry and then they get over it. They do stupid things, but then they feel sorry about it. Their divorce craziness is more like temporary insanity than a permanent mental … Read more about Divorcing a Narcissist? 10 Survival Tips You’re Going to Need
Regardless of your politics, or your opinion of Michael Moore, the controversial documentary film producer who has won critical acclaim for his movies Roger and Me, Bowling for Columbine, and Fahrenheit 9/11, we have all learned a lot from him over the years. Not only have we learned something … Read more about What We Can Learn from the Michael Moore Divorce