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Are you enabling your narcissistic spouse?

If you’re living with a narcissistic partner, there’s a good chance that at some point, you’ve enabled their negative behaviours. One thing to note about narcissists, they thrive when they’re surrounded by enablers, especially if that enabler is a spouse or partner. So how do you know if this applies to you? It can sometimes ...

2021-03-26T13:41:10+00:00March 29th, 2021|Family law, Narcissist Divorce|

5 ways to manage conflict in your relationship

When you’re in a long-term relationship, conflict is inevitable. No couple is going to live harmoniously for the entire duration of their relationship. Sometimes, couples disagree and inevitably over the years people change. And that’s OK, until it’s not. If you’re finding that the conflict between you and your spouse or partner is becoming more ...

2021-03-22T14:17:25+00:00March 22nd, 2021|Divorce, Family law|

Is your ex weaponising your children?

If you are in the process of separating (or thinking about doing so), you may be terrified about losing your children. You may worry that your ex will be so fixated on ‘revenge’ and making you suffer, that they will try to weaponise your children against you. Typically, by the time that people ask for ...

2021-01-05T11:17:38+00:00November 19th, 2020|Children, Family law|

My ex is turning the kids against me

When parents separate it is important that the children continue to have a good relationship with both parents.  Whilst you may find it hard to get on with your ex, the two of you will always be your children’s parents. …

2020-08-24T11:51:50+01:00August 24th, 2020|Children, Family law|

6 early steps you should take before divorce

When you are preparing for divorce the things you do in the first few weeks can have a huge impact on your financial future. That’s why it’s important to take advice before you make any decisions that could affect your long-term position. …

How to break free from coercive control

Coercive control is a subtle and persistent form of emotional abuse which is designed to make the victim feel isolated, scared and humiliated. There are lots of ways your partner might be controlling you. Their behaviour can be almost unnoticeable at first, but it will gradually progress over time, reducing your freedom and increasing your ...

2020-05-15T16:42:25+01:00May 15th, 2020|Divorce, Domestic abuse, Family law|

How to deal with your parents splitting up

Don’t be surprised if the news that your parents are splitting up hits you harder than you expect. They are your mum and dad and no matter how old you are, it won’t be easy for you to watch them go their separate ways. Teenagers can find it particularly hard to cope with the emotional ...

2020-05-15T16:37:09+01:00May 15th, 2020|Divorce, Family law, Tips|
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