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I'm in the middle of a high conflict divorce with a person w

I'm in the middle of a high conflict divorce with a person who has narcissistic tendencies (and a member of their family is a full blown narcissist). Children are involved. How do I help my attorney understand narcissism in divorce and the courtroom... in other words, how do I help her see that maybe we need to go about this with a different strategy? Feeling very overwhelmed...

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Mar 15

@GirlKitty Thank you - I'm looking right now! And you're right, my attorney won't have time to read it... but I wouldn't want to pay her to read it anyway. $$$ lol

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Mar 15

@Karinah It feels never-ending... I just want to protect my child and I hope the judge can see through all the mud my ex is slinging.

Also, I'm halfway through a book I came across, called "Will I Ever Be Free of You?: How to Navigate a High-Conflict Divorce from a Narcissist and Heal Your Family"

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Mar 15

@GoingThru I haven't even thought about a coach... Honestly I didn't know that existed. I'll have to look into it! Thank you!

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