Splitting, Second Edition: Protecting Yourself While Divorcing Someone with Borderline or Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narrated by:
Christopher Grove

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
August 2021
8 hours 16 minutes
Are you divorcing someone who's making the process as difficult as possible? Are they sending you nasty emails, falsifying the truth, putting your children in the middle, abusing you, or abusing the system? Are they 'persuasive blamers,' manipulating and fooling court personnel to get them on their side? If so, you need this book.

Splitting is an essential legal and psychological guide for anyone divorcing a persuasive blamer: someone who suffers from borderline personality disorder (BPD), narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), and/or antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). This second edition includes new information about antisocial personalities; expanded information about domestic violence, child abuse, alienation, and false allegations; how to approach protective orders and deal with child custody disputes; and a new chapter on how to successfully present your case to decision makers.

Turn to this guide to help you:

- Predict what your spouse may do or say in court

- Take control of your case with assertiveness and strategic thinking

- Choose a lawyer who understands your case

- Learn how e-mails and social networking can be used against you.
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A great book. It gave me a lot of food for thought as well as being highly informative although written for another jurisdiction. One negative comment. 90 per cent of the times that the writer refers to the blamer or the person with PD of whichever kind , he always writes SHE. Fir someone like me who is currently in a living hell relationship/ parenthood and not quite ready financially to take the next steps thus is a punch in the stomach just like every time my Pre diagnosed BOD and NPD husband tells me that I’m the crazy one , that I’m stupid. When he insults me in front of my daughter or worse raises his hands on me in front of my daughter ( only 4) . To be politically correct he should have always written she or he. This happens very rarely in the book. So it’s a shame as I finished such a greatly informative book with a bitter sweet taste in my mouth . Apparently even the author thinks women are more prone to these PD’s?

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John T.

If you’ve read Stop Walking on Eggshells and things are going sideways with a BPD partner, this book is worth it’s weight in Gold! After listening I bought the paperback and listening a second time, wish I had this information sooner.

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