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Domestic stress during COVID shows need for change in family courts
December 11, 2020 | Bill Eddy
Throughout the pandemic, we have seen the effects that COVID-19 has had on families across the country. But little attention has been given to the increasing rates of divorce and domestic violence, combined with the decreased access to family courts with long delays. Which makes now the perfect time to make some long-overdue changes to the divorce process that will benefit the system in the long term.
Can a Narcissist Actually Change? Experts Explain Exactly What It Would Take
October 10, 2020 | Lauren Krouse
No one wants to be called a narcissist. In our day-to-day lexicon, the term’s become a go-to insult for abusive exes, demanding bosses, selfie-obsessed influencers, and celebrities who casually decide to run for public office. Often, narcissists are boiled down to self-centered jerks you’re best off avoiding at all costs.
150 Narcissist Quotes to Help You Understand, Cope With and Defeat Narcissism In Your Own Life
October 11, 2020 | Jessica Sager
“You might as well bang your head into a brick wall if you expect the narcissist to be reasonable, empathetic or human in any way. If you sense or witness any of these traits, there is an ulterior motive. When the narcissist is being nice, it’s because they have something to gain.” — Tina Swithin
What To Know About Divorcing A Narcissist, From Lawyers & Psychologists
September 25, 2020
Although the process for divorcing a narcissist is similar to any other divorce, the narcissist is likely to make things a lot more complicated. A narcissistic spouse can create conflict by manipulating the divorce process, lying to make the non-narcissistic partner look like the "bad guy," or using the kids as pawns to hurt you.
5 Predictable Grievances of Narcissists
August 24, 2020 | Bill Eddy
Whether you are dealing with a narcissist in your family, at work, in your community, or even in politics, you will find that they are preoccupied with the past: bragging about how wonderful they have been, combined with numerous grievances about how people have treated them poorly. This seems like a strange combination at first. If they are so superior in their lives, then why do people treat them so badly? Or are they really being treated badly at all? Such statements and their resulting conflicts are absolutely predictable once you learn the interpersonal patterns of those with narcissistic personality disorder or traits.
Opinion: Dealing with narcissists in the family law courtroom
How courts can keep ‘high-conflict personalities’ from congesting and delaying proceedings
Esther Rosenfeld | September 1, 2020