tue16apr6:00 pm8:00 pmDivorcing a High-Conflict Personality SpouseTips for getting through an acrimonious divorce6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Office of FamilyKind-Fern RoomEvent Type :Children and Divorce,Divorce Process Education
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Office of FamilyKind-Fern Room
26 Broadway, New York, NY
What you need to know when Divorcing a High-Conflict personality spouse Divorce is hard in the most amicable of circumstances. When one of the spouses has a serious mental health issue
What you need to know when Divorcing a High-Conflict personality spouse
Divorce is hard in the most amicable of circumstances. When one of the spouses has a serious mental health issue like narcissism, the divorce process is likely to be much more tumultuous, take longer and cost much more.
Whether it’s his/her desire not to get divorced or the need to win at all costs because of a narcissistic personality. Or perhaps your spouse is abusive. High-conflict personality individuals are determined to harm the other spouse financially and emotionally with no regard for the children. They make it next to impossible to go through the divorce process. Understanding your spouse’s personality and having tools to cope are critical to keeping yourself healthy and getting to the other side.
Join me, along with Dr. Kathyrn Smerling, renowned Family Therapist and Parenting Coordinator for this informative event. We’ll cover:
- Characteristics of a high-conflict individuals such as Narcissists
- Tactics these individuals may use during divorce
- How to communicate with your high-conflict prone spouse during divorce
- Tips for co-parenting with a high-conflict spouse
Registration required $35