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Feelings You Experience in the Midst of High Conflict Divorce and Custody Battle - in 20 Minutes

Divorce Court, Book 4
By: J.B. Snow
Narrated by: Pete Ferrand
Series: Divorce Court, Book 4
Length: 26 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Are you struggling against a courtroom full of people who are stressing you out more than your ex did? Are you terrified of losing everything in the midst of a high conflict divorce? Are you terrified that the torture will never end? Do you fear retaliation from the narcissist, and do you fear losing your children or your sanity to him?

In 20 minutes, we will discuss a lot of the feelings and emotions that you are going through, and we will tell you how to better cope with going up against the narcissist in court. In this Divorce Court series, our other books help you learn how to be likable in the courtroom, how to handle the personalities that you will come across, how to soothe the stress you are under, and strategies that the narcissist is going to use against you that you must be ready for. Listen to this audiobook, and the other books in the series for a full spectrum strategy in dealing with the narcissist in and out of court.

This audiobook refers to the narcissist as a "he", but the narcissist in the relationship and divorce proceedings can also be a "she". The pronouns are interchangeable for the purposes of this audiobook.

Frustrated

One of the feelings that will be primary in your high conflict divorce is frustration. You were undoubtedly frustrated with your partner prior to the divorce court, and it is likely that this frustration will continue long after the divorce is over with. The narcissistic parent or ex-lover has been wounded by the fact that his marriage or relationship failed in the first place, and he will constantly make sure that other people think the failure was your failure instead of his.

Learn to let go of your frustration. Don’t expect too much of yourself during this time. Many people think that they should push themselves harder, but you are going through a lot right now. Take some time out for yourself in order to reduce your frustration through the process. Recognize that it is a process. Pamper yourself and get some rest and relaxation so that you are prepared for it. People who continue to allow their frustration to take over them often struggle when they are in court and up on the stand. Even worse, they let their anger and frustration get the best of them in front of the court and their ex to the point that they get arrested right in the middle of court!

The narcissist often starts a long time before the breakup in his triangulation of other people against you and his gossiping about you behind your back. The narcissist doesn’t want anyone in his inner circle to like you or spend time with you over him, and he is always two steps ahead of you in laying the foundation just in case his....

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