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Lovefraud webinar preview – The Five Step Exit: Tools you need to leave a psychopath, narcissist or other toxic partner

Are you starting to think that you should get out of your relationship — but you have no idea how to begin extricating yourself? If so, this course, presented by Dr. Amber Ault, takes you, step-by-step, through the process of gathering support for your escape to making your move — and dealing with the chaos that may follow.

About this course

You’re not happy with your intimate relationship — you’re feeling misunderstood, exploited, manipulated and devalued. But it’s complicated — finances, kids, social pressures, not to mention your own confusion. How do you sort out what to do?

The Five Step Exit course offers you a structured model to help you decide whether to hang in or get out. And if you decide that leaving is best, this course provides step-by-step guidelines for determining the best way to do it. Each step in the model includes specific goals and practices to help you do the difficult work of leaving an exploitative, abusive or toxic relationship. You’ll be able to establish your priorities, create a safety plan, and prepare for whatever may happen, including your ex’s attempts to reel you back in. That’s why the last stage of the model — recovery — is so important. You’ll learn how to reground yourself in your own life, desires and well-being.

Highlights 

  • Should you stay or should you go? Evaluating conflicting pressures
  • The Five Step Exit approach, with anchoring practices for each stage
  • Planning your exit, based on your knowledge of your partner and yourself
  • Protecting your priorities and minimizing the risk of violence
  • Recovery and reinvention after the breakup

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The Five Step Exit: Tools you need to leave a psychopath, narcissist or other toxic partner


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