How does one “co-parent” with this heinous personality? The first thing to do is realize that the narcissist isn’t ever going to change.
Narcissists and Divorce
If you have experienced emotional abuse from a narcissist, it is okay for you to feel like you deserve better. It’s also okay to not know what better is, or what you deserve.
Deciding to divorce was not only the best thing for my emotional well-being; it was also the best example I could set for our daughter.
We take our mom and dad for granted; like this must be what it’s like for everyone. Your dad may have been narcissistic, but you just assumed that all fathers were like him.
We asked visitors to our Facebook Page about their losses as a result of divorce. The results varied: some were humorous, some were heartbreaking, and others were empowering. How would you answer?
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