What Needs To Be Included in a Court Order When Dealing With A Narcissist?
🗸 A General List of Things You Must Consider Including in Your Parenting Plan/Custody Agreement, or Family Court Order **
Narcissists Are Very Difficult Co-Parents
Are you sick of filing motion after motion? You’re not alone. Do you feel terrified that you will have to go back to court over and over and have to face the narcissist each time until your child/children are eighteen years old!? Your fears are valid. However, have hope because you can take proactive steps by making a lengthy agreement or getting a comprehensive court order that can address problems before they arise.
Creating an all-inclusive, highly detailed list of parenting directions and also adding necessary clauses that spell out preventative measures will be arduous. But you can view this agreement–even if it needs to be twenty to thirty pages long–as one of the sources of your power and protection for you and your family.
xo - Grace W. Wroldson - Author & Strategy Coach For Moms
"I help motivated mothers who are forced to co-parent with a narcissist maintain their sanity, SAVE their custody cases, and enjoy their children's one and only childhood.
I do this by teaching my 3-Part Strategy and using what I call "skillful means." I share my tips, tools, and success strategies.
I help moms get stable and be smart. It's not just truth but wisdom (applied) that sets us fully free from the narcissist.
Moms who work with me get the benefit of having more peaceful conditions and watching their children thrive from all the buffers and boundaries they put in place.
I know this is painful, challenging, difficult, hard, and confusing. It's downright a crazy-making experience to co-parent with a narcissist. I get it. I was there once, too. It pushed all my buttons and pushed me to grow. I came out stronger than before.
Please know that . . .
👉You are not alone.
👉You do not have to do this alone."
✔ Pick up this guide to help you navigate the narcissist in an agreement or court order.
**Disclaimer: These helpful tips are based solely on the author's thoughts and opinions. The author is not a qualified mental health professional or a crisis caseworker and cannot give legal advice or appropriate counsel. Therefore, the author is not liable for any injury or harm that may result. Please follow the advice of your doctor, therapist, counselor, and lawyer, as well as your own good common sense and intuition based on your unique case, to see if these ideas/tips could be helpful. Child custody situations may vary, and some of these tips may not apply to your circumstance. Additionally, court orders may dictate otherwise. Please use your own good judgment when reviewing this document. This is for personal self-help only. These tips were created from the author's own lived experience and are not based on any laws or rules of the courts. This is copyright protected by the author and may not be sold, distributed, or quoted without the author's written consent.
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