Divorcing a Narcissist : Advice from the Battlefield

Divorcing a Narcissist : Advice from the Battlefield

Book Title: Divorcing a Narcissist : Advice from the Battlefield

Author: Amy J. L. Baker

Format: Paperback | 278 pages

Publication Date: 20 Feb 2014

ISBN-13: 9780615976341

Prior to stepping onto the battlefield with a Narcissist, it is imperative to know their playbook both 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, Commissioners, Attorneys, Minor's Counsel, Social Workers, Therapists and even trained Evaluators. Narcissists are the masters of manipulation and projection and 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. Author, Tina Swithin, understands what it's like to divorce a narcissist. Tina spent over four years on the battlefield of the Family Court System while acting as her own attorney in a desperate attempt to protect her two young daughters. While Tina's first book, Divorcing a Narcissist: One Mom's Battle details Tina's personal journey and court battle, her new book offers solid advice and sanity-saving wisdom for transforming from victim to survivor. Education is power and Divorcing a Narcissist: Advice from the Battlefield is your personal guide and resource for navigating through high-conflict divorce. Receive advice for every stage of the battle: - Leaving the Narcissist: Strategies and advice - Divorcing: Advice on attorneys, tactical moves, courtroom preparation, anxiety/PTSD, evaluations and more. - Narc Decoder: Learn to decode emails and communication. - Children: Sharing custody, sheltering children and breaking the cycle. - Life Beyond the Narcissist: Loving again, personal growth and healing. - Stories of Hope - Resources