5 Factors That Made The Narcissist Stop!

5 Factors That Can Make A Narcissist Stop 

From the author of,

Co-Parenting with a Narcissist: 7 Self-Rules to Stay Sane

 How To Fight a Narcissist In Family Court and Win

Co-parenting with a Sociopath: Survival and Sanity Guide

How To Survive a Custody Battle with a Narcissist: When the Family Courts Force You to Co-Parent

Available at Amazon

By Grace W. Wroldon – Author & Strategy Coach for Moms

  • Do you feel attacked?
  • Are you in a psychological battle with a narcissistic ex?
  • Have you been dealing with co-parenting abuse?

You feel stuck. You’re forced to co-parent with a narcissist. It feels like having your own, personal terrorist. He’s angry you left or that you are withholding narcissistic supply. If you find yourself in a situation with a bitter, resentful, vengeful ex-narcissist, you may find that he can use all kinds of abusive tactics that are subtle and passive-aggressive. I call this “Co-Parenting Abuse.” It was the way my ex would continually abuse me using the legal system, our child, and other court professionals – including our child’s pediatrician. I went through this hell-on-earth and now I am on the other side. 

Thankfully, I discovered ways to make him stop hating me so much. I used my Skillful-Means Method to dissipate his anger which eventually stopped the attacks. It took time for my efforts to work but was totally worth it. Today, I have peace and true freedom from narcissistic abuse. It has also benefited our child to have less hostility and paper bullets of family court filings flying.

Grace’s Guidance: 

These tips are based on the author’s lived experience and are not a therapeutic method for dealing with personality-disordered individuals.

*Disclaimer: This is mom-to-mom survivor wisdom shared. If you are dealing with domestic violence (DV), please work with a DV counselor to develop a safe plan or contact the national, domestic-violence service for support. I am not qualified as a crisis case worker, therapist, or legal professional, so this PDF can’t be relied upon for guidance or safety measures. If necessary, you may need to involve DV and/or local authorities to get official protection and intervention in place. Personally, I used a DV counselor for six years to establish safety for myself and my child. I often had to speak to local police. (I encourage you to not feel ashamed for needing support and outside help.)

My Top 5 Factors

Here are some protective factors that I used to make my narcissistic ex stop targeting, harassing, and attacking me. These may work for you, too. Know that these aren’t the only factors I used to get peace with the narcissistic co-parent. To learn more, including how I built a team of support “Team of Ten”, pick up my first book; Co-Parenting with a Narcissist: 7 Self-Rules to Stay Sane (available at Amazon).

To read MY TOP 5 FACTORS, please buy my instant PDF & link to watch it via a 20-minute video Here.

xo- Grace

—Grace W. Wroldson, mother, survivor, thriver, certified life coach, and author of several self-help books available on Amazon

Website: GraceWroldson.com

Dear Brave Mom, Go in prepared! Use my 20-Question Worksheet in this guide, How-To Get the Right Lawyer When Dealing With A Narcissist to interview potential attorneys, get your burning questions answered, and maximize your legal consultations. Go into these interviews with a short, specific list and know what to ask. Certain things matter in your child support and custody case. The reality is that quite often, our custody case is ONLY as good as our attorney! Be smart about this. I strongly encourage you to be prepared.

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*Disclaimer: These are helpful tips based solely on the author’s thoughts and opinions. The author is not a qualified mental health professional nor a crisis caseworker. She cannot give legal advice or appropriate counsel and is therefore not liable for any injury or harm. Please follow your doctor’s, therapist’s, counselor’s, and lawyer’s advice, as well as your own good common sense and intuition based on your unique case—to see if these tips could be helpful. Child custody situations may vary where some of these will not be applicable to your circumstance. Furthermore, court orders may dictate otherwise. Please use your own good judgment when reviewing this document. This is for personal Self-Help only. These were created from the author’s own lived experience and not based on any laws or rules of the courts. This is copyright-protected by the author and is not to be sold, distributed, or quoted without the author’s written consent.

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