Court Against Female Narcissist – Is There Hope?

Court Against Female Narcissist – Is There Hope?

Many people find out they are married to a narcissist before filing for divorce or attending court proceedings. However in this video we examine one mans experience – his first knowledge of narcissistic personality disorder, cluster b personality and narcissistic traits was introduced to him when the judge ordered a psychological evaluation on his ex due to extreme changes in behavior (depression, anger, alcohol abuse, physical behavior) and at times violent physical behavior. While he was not permitted to read the report, his attorney was and stated that the evaluation revealed indications of personality disorders. This was the first time he had ever heard of “Cluster B” and “traits consistent with narcissistic disorder.”
Now mental illness can have a direct impact on custody, parneting time, etc. however in this case a 50/50 shared parenting time was what the judge dictated.
This video examines this case as well as why a judge can recognize a personality disorder as damaging to children as narcisistic personalty disorder and STILL not feel the need to give custody to the healthy parent.
There will also be an audio recording (sent in from a one party consent state which allows the legal recording of a conversation as long as you are part of the conversation)

We live in a court system that does not have enough knowledge of the depth of abuse inflicted by narcissistic parents on their children. The more knowledge we can spread, hopefully will result in a change in the future. It is not enough to keep our children from physical abuse, from broken bones and bruises. Emotional abuse inflicts the same painful wounds, only they are blind to the naked eye – but the effects of them last a lifetime.

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