Divorcing The Narcissist


KTN Divorcing The Narcissist

Using HG Tudor’s established expertise with regard to the field of narcissists and narcissism, this Assistance Package addresses a wide range of matters in an easy-to-understand manner, with practical advice and tips which have been successfully used by individuals working with narcissists and all based on HG Tudor’s unrivalled understanding.

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  • Why divorce with a narcissist is so difficult
  • What the narcissist wants to achieve from divorce
  • What the narcissist’s mindset and approach is to the issue of divorce
  • How to negotiate the divorce process with the narcissist
  • 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

And more information beyond this to assist you deal with this matter successfully and with the minimum impact on you.

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  3. AnneB says:

    H.G., Your references here to “inbuilt emotional empathy” and how that is integral to robust and meaningful conflict resolution (for empaths, normals) within a relationship are providing a moment of clarity. Conflict with exsusN was never resolved and never could have been resolved, precisely because this person simply had no empathy. Yes, all the manipulations used ensured that a conflict would never be mutually resolved; it was the manipulations that invoked an ‘argument’ in the first place. It was the manipulations that made ‘arguments’ out of what was intended (from my POV) to have been mutual, honest communications with intent to resolve. But…I did not and could not see the pointlessness of my conscious intentions, because every time, despite prior behaviour to the contrary (after the first of these ‘arguments’), I was assuming/taking for granted that at base level he had an ability to empathise. I used other terms to try and explain to myself (when alone) this inability to resolve what should have been resolvable between two people in a mutual relationship.; we don’t share ‘core values’ was one of these. But then I couldn’t name what this ‘core value’ supposedly was. I could not name it because empathy is not an effing value’. The first time I semi-consciously realised there might be an issue with empathy was during his disengagement of me; well not during the disengagement itself because I was in shock – precisely owing to the complete absence of empathy and sympathy actually – but in the months following. It rose to consciousness and I immediately stuffed it back down. At that point I was counselling to myself that he felt neither gratitude or remorse, I knew that, but did not understand why. Empathy, or lack thereof, is the answer to that one too.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I am pleased this has provided you with clarity and insight, AnneB.

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