Apr
06

Reducing Conflict During Divorce when a Spouse has a Personality Disorder

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Our guest, William A. (“Bill”) Eddy is an attorney, therapist and mediator, and the President of the High Conflict Institute based in Scottsdale, Arizona.  (http://www.highconflictinstitute.com/).  Bill helps us understand what personality disorder is and how to get along with someone who is narcissistic, has a border line personality disorder, or is a persistent blamer.  They aren’t just difficult people, they’re the most difficult people. They file lawsuits, file complaints against professional licenses, gather negative advocates to support their position, cost employers lots of time & money, disrupt & distract, find a target of blame, and convince everyone that its never their fault!

Topics in this program include:

  • What is a personality disorder
  • Understanding the High Conflict Personality Pattern
  • Dealing with the personality disordered spouse
  • Understanding the damage of parent alienation
  • Managing through the legal process with a personality disordered spouse
  • How personality disorder drives family court litigation
  • And, so much more………
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