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Divorcing a Narcissist? 

Divorcing a narcissist or an individual who seems to thrive on chaos and conflict? Whether you are on the battlefield or hiding in the trenches, Tina Swithin understands your battle cry.Tina began documenting her journey through the Family Court System in her prolific blog, One Mom’s Battle. Before she knew it, her story had gained international media attention in publications such as Glamour Magazine, Washington Times, Huffington Post and the Examiner. Tina’s custody battle spanned from 2009 through 2014 and during this time, Tina acted as her own attorney against an individual who suffers from a Cluster B personality disorder. At the end of her five-year battle, Tina secured the very thing that she fought so hard for: her daughter’s safety.

Tina’s blog, “One Mom’s Battle” began as one mom and grew to include thousands of parents around the world. As her grassroots movement grew, and while fighting her own custody battle, Tina began working as an advocate to educate the media, the Family Court System and the general public on high-conflict divorces and Narcissistic Personality Disorders. More often than not, high-conflict divorces are fueled by individuals with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (or other Cluster B personality disorder). Tina’s story has a happy ending and through her coaching and advocacy work, she hopes that yours will too.

While your best friend and your mother may be your biggest supporters during this battle, chances are, they don’t have the answers when it comes to divorcing a Narcissist. They are probably left feeling as baffled and helpless as you are. Tina will guide you as you learn to set boundaries and she will help you understand the communication style of the Narcissist which generally involves a high level of manipulation, control and intimidation. Tina will be by your side as you learn to navigate the choppy waters created by the Narcissist in your life. Are you ready to regain your life and your voice? There is a light at the end of the very dark tunnel….you have to put one foot in front of the other no matter how scary it may seem at times. Tina will be by your side the entire way.