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Co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-spouse can bring many challenges. Learn the eight ways to deal with a narcissistic ex when there are children involved.
You may be divorced for five, 10, or more years. Yet, the end of a marriage means very little to a narcissistic ex. A new game of control, manipulation, and interference is on.
In divorce – when trust is already damaged – financial deception is not uncommon. Money usually leaves a trail, so if you are looking for possible hidden assets, you should follow the money trail.
When infidelity is discovered during the divorce process, you feel blindsided, furious, humiliated and hurt. After my own experience, I provide my favorite tips for those struggling through the impact of cheating during an already volatile divorce. This is how to stay strong and thinking "forward!".
Divorce advice and the holidays: Coping with divorce means handling the hurt from people who were formerly your friends. One self-message helps you through it all. Use it and keep the holidays positive for yourself and your kids.
Marriages and relationships can be a delicate balancing act for many couples as they try to balance relationships, careers, and families. However, when you add a personality disorder and other mental health issues, relationship and marital issues can become further exacerbated.
Mother's Day isn't the easiest holiday in the world. Many women around the world are anguished over wanting to be a mother, and the holiday reminds them of this.
My husband told me he was sleeping with my good friend. As the initial shock of infidelity wore off and I was able to process, three primary lines of thinking emerged: (1) Woe is me, I’ve been wronged; (2) What did I do wrong and how can I change?; (3) He will come back to me.