Divorcing The Narcissist
Escaping a narcissist is difficult enough in its own right. You are fighting your Emotional Thinking which seeks to prevent your escape, you ate tackling the narcissist who will be issuing Preventative Hoovers and/or deploying the Initial Grand Hoover to keep you in place.
The situation worsens when you have a situation where you are involved in a divorce with a narcissist. You not only have to deal with the disentanglement from the individual with regard to achieving the divorce through a legal process, address the issue of assets, deal with matters surrounding maintenance and support and possibly also the concerns generated by addressing custody and visitation (residence and contact) concerning children. All of this when you are still reeling from the impact of the abuse and manipulative behaviour.
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- Why divorce with a narcissist is so difficult
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- Why the narcissist will not give you what you want
- Why the narcissist keeps the process going even though it is costly
- Why the narcissist keeps the process going even when the evidence is against the narcissist
- How to achieve the required outcome from your divorce when a narcissist is involved
- How the divorce process works with and affects your No Contact Regime
- What factors affect the way the narcissist deals with the divorce process
- How certain actions will impact on the narcissist through the divorce process
- How to minimise the impact of the narcissist’s behaviour on you
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11 thoughts on “Divorcing The Narcissist”
Here in DK we can get divorsed digitally. One only has to send the digital request and the other one sign it, and voila you are divorsed. If one does not agree and do not wan’t to sign, it is a little bit harder offcourse.
My x narc blew it in this particullar case. He sent the digital request to me, when I went to a womens shelter. This was part of his usual scare campain and he had done it before, where I did not dare sign. Only this time I did and he could not take it back, as he sent it and I simply agreed. A month later, we were divorsed.
That I had to leave without my home and most of my personal stuff and that he has since made my life a living hell in other regards, is another story for another day. At least I got the divorce in a damn hurry.
Good to hear you were able to get a divorce. Some people struggle for years, not to mention all the costs involved. His behaviour shows that some narcissists are not as good as they like to think. You are not his prisoner anymore, you are free.
I hope you are safe now and you can rebuild your life.
I would just like to recommend this to anyone that may be faced with this situation and to give you an example. My mother attempted to divorce my stepfather who is a narcissist and my mother is oblivious to this and even with 3 years of me trying to explain she does not fully get it, which is understandable. When this attempted divorce was going on I predicted every move my stepfather would make and I was correct with everything , why because HG taught me for more than 3 years maybe it’s 4 years now, I don’t know. My mother was shocked that I kept predicting his behaviour and while she did want the divorce , continued to make excuses for him which she’s been doing for 35 years. He actually faked he was having a heart attack in the kitchen while we were collecting some of her belongings, my mother said call an ambulance , I said it’s fake ignore him, when she did ignore him, he immediately recovered and ran up the stairs like an athlete to prevent her getting her clothes, 3 years ago I would have called an ambulance. I then had 2 consultations with HG on speaker phone and my mother heard every word HG said and he was describing her husband despite never meeting him and knowing nothing of the past 35 years of marriage. This is purely a recommendation with some details that I experienced. Thank you
Lisa, faking a heart attack is the lowest of lows. Thank God your mother has you.
It is but they do not care. My husband’s grandmother used to tell stories about her 5 (five) heart attacks. It was not true. She also used to tell her family she was going to jump into the river. She used to say that in front of her grandchildren, who were kids at that time and terrified. My mother-in-law used to fake illnesses and conditions in front of her grandchildren too and I think this has not changed. She is over 80 and drives her own car.
Yes, you are correct. It reminds me of that movie, the Royal Tenenbaums. Where the absent father, Royal (Gene Hackman), gets kicked out of the hotel he is living in, so he returns to his family, fakes cancer, so he can start drama with his adult children, ex wife, and ex wife’s new fiancee.
The film you mentioned sounds interesting. It is a about dysfunctional families.
Anm, Thank you
However she went back to him !!!
I really just posted that story to support HG’s knowledge and I know some people are still a little unsure about having consultations for various reasons which I fully respect, but they have nothing to worry about
I feel your frustration in trying to help your mother. Clear demonstration of the resistance you can encounter even when they are provided support and logic (you), and evidence (HG). It gives me no comfort that you had to experience that but thank you for sharing it. It does help to know that someone else understands this particular dynamic and the effects no matter your age. Someone on here once when I asked how her children felt about her returning stated that her children were grown. As if that would hurt them any less.
Actually I didn’t particularly agree with her leaving him at this point as she is elderly and to be honest she should have done it years ago, but she insisted that’s what she wanted over and over again .
So people rallied round and supported her, some that had been listening to her moaning about him for at least 27 years. It was a nightmare and the stress and abuse that I had to tolerate from him and his flying monkeys was unbelievable.
I also spent thousands on solicitors as she had no access to money only half the house that he refused to sell.
I was completely smeared and acused of manipulating the whole thing, which couldn’t be further from the truth.
During this whole seperation she was living in a house I was paying for she continued to kiss his ass any time she had contact with him . You just couldn’t make it up and then went back , which actually if that’s what she wants I don’t care , but she allowed me to be the scapegoat for the whole thing.
It’s really quite unbelievable!!
Anyway NarcAngel thank you for your support as always