By | November 4, 2016 0 Comments

How to survive divorcing a narcissistic or borderline partner

Here’s the first thing you need to know about divorcing a narcissistic or borderline partner: It will not be a “normal” divorce.

Yes, divorce is always painful. But if you think your divorce will be like those of your friends or relatives messy, but in the end, fairly reasonable — well, you are at risk of being blindsided.

If your partner is narcissistic or borderline, you’re in for a “high conflict” divorce. You need to be prepared.

In her Lovefraud CE webinar, Sonia Brill, LCSW, will tell you what to expect before, during and after the divorce. Whether you are contemplating making a break, or are already in the midst of the drama, she’ll tell you how to move forward.

  • Step 1: Assess your situation and prepare.
  • Step 2: Determine your level of risk.
  • Step 3: Develop a plan.

She’ll also tell you how to disengage from your high-conflict ex using a four-step model to manage your emotions.

And, if you share children with this partner, she’ll show you how you can use parallel parenting can minimize contact and create a life for you and your children.

This webinar will enable you to understand your ex’s motivations and prepare for his or her manipulations. It will help you make sense of the insanity, and see a way forward.

Lovefraud Continuing Education presents
Strategically navigate divorce and post divorce from a narcissistic or borderline partner
Monday, Nov. 14, 8 pm ET.
1 hour online webinar • $25

Strategically Navigate Divorce and Post Divorce from a Narcissistic or Borderline Partner


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