Are you just beginning the journey to divorce a narcissist? Prior to stepping onto the battlefield with a narcissist, it is imperative to know their playbook forwards and backwards. The behavior of individuals with Narcissistic Personality Disorder generally defies logic, but sadly, their tactics in the family court system often fool judges, magistrates, attorneys, minor’s counsel, social workers, therapists, and even trained evaluators. Narcissists are masters of manipulation and projection, and they are known to launch stealth assaults that will leave their victims in an utter state of confusion and desperation. Victims are often left shattered and without a voice because they feel that no one could possibly believe or understand what they are silently enduring. In this one-hour course, you will receive an overview of divorcing a narcissist — This is one you won’t want to miss!
Are you struggling with documentation in your child custody battle? A well-organized documentation system allows you to properly convey your concerns to family court professionals (judges, GAL’s, evaluators, mediators and attorneys). Tina Swithin, founder of One Mom’s Battle and author of Divorcing a Narcissist credits much of the success in her own child custody case to her organizational system.
“I would cringe when people would tell me to ‘document everything,’ or ‘just keep documenting!’ Most weeks, documentation felt like a full-time job and sometimes it was. I was documenting everything, and it felt like it was all in vain. Looking back, 99% of my documentation has never been submitted to the court, but it was that 1% that ended up protecting my children. Documentation is the foundation, but there is so much more to it. Once you have the documentation, it’s a matter of pulling it together and showcasing the patterns of behavior in a way that grabs the attention of those around you. It took years for me to fine-tune my system, but once I did, it made a world of difference. Today, my children have peace. I credit much of my family court success to the way I documented the issues and the way I presented them to the court, to minor’s counsel, and to child custody evaluators.” - Tina Swithin
In this hour-long course, Tina will guide you through the steps you need to replicate her proven personal documentation system. This online course will prove helpful no matter where you are in your child custody battle.
Are you struggling to understand how to properly communicate with a narcissist or high-conflict individual during your child custody battle? Communication during a child custody battle with a narcissist, and more specifically, strategic communication, plays a huge role in the outcome (positive or negative) of family court cases. The reality is, most people play right into the narcissist’s trap and wind up looking like they are part of the conflict. Having a strategic mindset and removing emotions is a tall but crucial step to painting a picture of who the narcissist is — and who you are as a person and as a parent.
Most people will tell you that it’s a waste of time, money, and energy, but is it? Mediation with a narcissist can be an incredible gift – if approached the right way. This course addresses preparation, strategy, and presentation needed to be ready for mediation with a narcissist. Whether you are being forced into mediation or going willingly, you want to operate from a place of strategy and not emotion. Before you step onto the battlefield, make sure you are educated, empowered, and strategic.
The most common tactic used by the narcissist - claims of parental alienation. The narcissist accuses you of turning the kids against him/her, when in fact the kids can see for themselves what is happening without you saying a word. The reality is, the abuser's own actions turn the children away. The narcissist may accuse you of “gatekeeping” when you try to prevent your kids from being in physically or emotionally unsafe situations. You may be accused of “enmeshment” when the narcissist is in a jealous rage that your kids are naturally more comfortable with you. The narcissist’s own actions and behavior (abuse) is what turns the children away – yet the finger is pointing at you. If you are concerned about accusations or claims of alienation, gatekeeping, or enmeshment in your future, this is an online course that you won’t want to miss.
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