Splitting : protecting yourself while divorcing someone with borderline or narcissistic personality disorder / Bill Eddy and Randi Kreger.
Kaituhi: Kreger, Randi [author.].Momo rauemi: PukapukaKaiwhakaputa: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, c2011Whakaahuatanga: vi, 292 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781608820252 ; 1608820254 ; 9781608820269 ; 1608820262.Ngā marau: Divorce -- Law and legislation -- United States | Divorce counseling -- United States | Divorced people -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Divorced people -- United States -- PsychologyDDC classification: 346.7301/66
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Ngā whakaahuatanga whakarei nā Syndetics:
Splitting is an essential legal and psychological guide for anyone divorcing a ";persuasive blamer";: someone who suffers from borderline personality disorder (BPD) or narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). This book is written by Bill Eddy, a family court attorney and therapist, and Randi Kreger, author of the bestselling Stop Walking on Eggshells and founder of the popular website www.bpdcentral.com.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -292).
Preparing yourself -- Understanding borderline and narcissistic personalities -- Blamers and targets : it's all your fault! -- Managing a blamer with an assertive approach -- Preparing for a court battle with a blamer -- Today's divorce court culture -- Hiring a lawyer who understands -- Working with your lawyer to handle predictable crises -- Gathering evidence about your blamer's private persona -- Working with experts and evaluators -- What to expect from the blamer's attorney -- What to expect at a hearing or trial with a blamer -- Considering alternatives to litigation with a blamer -- Managing the rocky postdivorce relationship -- Conclusion.
Rārangi Ihirangi nā Syndetics
- Acknowledgments (p. v)
- Introduction (p. 1)
- Quick-Start Guide (p. 7)
- Part 1 Preparing for a Difficult Divorce
- 1 Preparing Yourself (p. 13)
- 2 Understanding Borderline and Narcissistic Personalities (p. 25)
- 3 Blamers and Targets: It's All Your Fault! (p. 43)
- 4 Managing a Blamer with an Assertive Approach (p. 69)
- 5 Preparing for a Court Battle with a Blamer (p. 89)
- Part 2 Succeeding in Family Court
- 6 Today's Divorce Court Culture (p. 109)
- 7 Hiring a Lawyer Who Understands (p. 137)
- 8 Working with Your Lawyer to Handle Predictable Crises (p. 147)
- 9 Gathering Evidence About Your Blamer's Private Persona (p. 135)
- 10 Working with Experts and Evaluators (p. 169)
- 11 What to Expect from the Blamer's Attorney (p. 191)
- 12 What to Expect at a Hearing or Trial with a Blamer (p. 203)
- Part 3 Succeeding Out of Court
- 13 Considering Alternatives to Litigation with a Blamer (p. 225)
- 14 Managing the Rocky Postdivorce Relationship (p. 247)
- 15 Conclusion (p. 271)
- Appendix: Open Letters to Professionals, and Family and Friends (p. 277)
- Resources (p. 285)
- References (p. 289)