Shifting to a mindset of self care and self understanding is the critical step in decoupling from a NBPD high conflict personality before, during and after the divorce because their behavior won’t change.
Milestones after trauma and loss can trigger emotional healing even when it doesn’t feel that way. Emotional releases present themselves in so many different ways and the ability to receive the “energy of release” is a process and understanding. Father’s Day was founded on June 19, 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd. Dodd’s father was a […]
There is a cycle to the divorce process that includes before, during and after the proceedings. If you’re engaging in dissolving a marriage from a person who has a high conflict personality, Narcissist Borderline Personality Disorder or any of the Cluster B attributes, keeping the focus on action vs. reaction is critical. The change to […]
Guest post by Basil Bhatiya from TheGoLog.com Lets face it, as a single parent you have a lot on your plate and your kid’s plate. Keeping track of time and money relating to your child custody is the last thing on your mind. If not done accurately it can result in unnecessary over payments or […]
The Question: I was wondering, if my ex who is narcissistic has half custody and has caused trauma with my teenage children… and one of them is reacting with the verbal vomit and blame anytime he is crossed… and I know he learned that from his Dad… how do I apply BIFF to a young […]
In answering a question from an attendee both Trissan Dicomes and Angie Atkinson shed some light on the silence treatment The Question: Thus far this has been great. The situation I am in does not seem to be addressed, hopefully in a future webinar it will. The partner that remains silent, and ignores problems, refuses to […]
Are you heading into family divorce court for the first time? Thinking back to my first day in family court I still get a bit nauseous. My attorney filed an emergency ex parte motion* and we went into court because my then-husband proceeded to take ALL our savings and report all of our credit cards […]
If you don’t have something nice to say… Don’t say anything at all! My mother taught me this as an important value as I was growing up…. If you have nothing nice to say, then say nothing at all! It’s much better to hold your tongue and not retaliate with a negative retort. So, for […]