Bill Eddy’s Sociopaths Webinar (Part 1 of 2)

Bill Eddy’s book, Splitting, was by far the most helpful book we found in navigating one’s way through a high conflict divorce. It was pivotal in finally finishing off Chris’ own three-year legal battle. Eddy, a lawyer and former social worker, recently hosted a two-part webinar titled “Sociopaths: the Con Artists of Divorce,” which contained

Accepting That Your Partner is Actually Your Adversary

Imagine you’re a veteran CIA agent, part of the Russian counterintelligence unit. One day, you show up to your office and learn that your closest colleague – someone you’ve known for twenty years – has been apprehended after it was learned that he was a Russian mole. Your mind reels as you think of the

Understanding the Nature & Severity of Your Predicament

There’s something wrong in your relationship, and it’s become enough of a problem that you can’t ignore it any longer. You’ve decided to try to figure out what the issue is. That’s a good first step, but now you’ve got some work to do. First and foremost, if you are in physical danger, close your

Educating Yourself on NPD/BPD: Quora as a Resource

When you’re closely involved with someone who has a high-conflict personality due to a “Cluster B” personality disorder, like narcissism, one of the most important things you can do is educate yourself on the subject. It’s amazing how, as you come to understand how narcissists think, their behaviors, while still bizarre, at least are understandable.

Overcoming Denial in Abusive Relationships

If you suspect that something is just not right in your relationship, your first challenge is to wake yourself up and take an honest look at your situation. Maybe you’ve been on “cruise control” for years in your relationship. Maybe the relationship with your partner has deteriorated over time and you long for the good