Whether you are thinking of divorcing your narcissistic spouse, in the middle of it, or have finalized the divorce, the tactics are the same. I'm here to help with their deception. This call will give you all of the tools and resources you need to navigate your relationship and process.
What will you learn in this course?
I’m so thankful that you are here. But I’m sad that you are going through the complicated divorce process with a narcissistic spouse. Taking this course is a big first step to move forward healthily.
The divorce process is hard enough to go through under normal circumstances. You are hurting, your partner is hurting, and your children, who are caught in the middle, suffer the most. But when your soon-to-be-ex is a narcissist, things are even worse. They will try to take everything you value and more while making you look crazy. There is no logical reason that someone should behave this badly. You need to stand up for yourself. This class will help you do that. Let me introduce myself.
I’m Christine Hammond, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and supervisor, a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Florida Supreme Court Family Law Mediator, a Parent Coordinator, a Mental Health Divorce Collaborative neutral, the author of, Abuse Exposed, and host of a podcast called, “Understanding Today’s Narcissist.”
I’ve made it my life’s work to understand what makes narcissists act the way they do. But I’ll never forget the first time I heard the term “narcissist”. My best friend came to me, so upset and confused. She could not figure out what was going on with her husband. She started describing him and his symptoms.
He was arrogant, demanding, would never apologize for anything. He would be so rude to others, but then could be unbelievably charming at times. He could be nice and get along with people but then be overbearing and make up stories that just weren’t true. He exaggerated all the time.
It all sounded so familiar to me. Because I grew up with a father and a grandmother who were both just like that. I remember the pain I felt as a child, never being able to win their love, and experiencing the chaos of my parents’ divorce. But I had no idea that there was a word for this type of thing.
I put those symptoms into the computer into a search engine and that’s when “narcissist” came up. That’s when the light bulb came on, and I began to study narcissism. Over the years learned how to work with narcissists and their families.
In this course, I will explain all the tactics your spouse may use in court and show you exactly what you need to do to overcome everything they may throw at you. You might be considering a divorce, afraid of what lies ahead. Or in the middle of a divorce, counting down the days until it’s all over. Or at the end of the divorce process, wondering if it will ever be over and wishing for life to feel “normal” again.
In this course, you’ll find out how to deal with the abusive tactics that narcissists use. The class is broken down into four compartments: bait and switch, scare tactics, rollercoaster ride, and child’s play. Each section expands on these simple concepts so you can have success in mastering their manipulative maneuvers.
This course can save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in wasted attorney’s fees and prepare you to work more effectively with your lawyer. After all, you’re getting a divorce. But the narcissist still wants everything to go their way. And if you don’t know what you’re up against, you risk losing alimony, child support, the house, the car, and custody of the children.
Believe me, your narcissistic partner is not going to fight fair in divorce court. You need to stand up for yourself. You can do this. You can get through the court proceedings with your sanity, relationships, and dignity intact. You can move on with your life in an emotionally healthy way. You can get a divorce with terms that are fair and that protect your financial future.