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Are you up against a cruel and malevolent narcissist who thinks you deserve everything you will get just because you left him? Are you worried you will lose everything to the narcissist, including your house and your children? You are in the right place!

In 20 minutes, we will give you some pointers on how to handle yourself in and out of court while you are dealing with the narcissist. Many people lose custody and lose in divorce court when going up against a narcissist. With luck and preparation, hopefully you won’t be the next statistic. You must handle the narcissist and the court personnel with kid gloves, lest you be treated as the uncooperative outsider and give the narcissist the upper hand.

This audiobook refers to the narcissist as a "he", but the narcissist in the relationship and divorce proceedings can also be a "she". The pronouns are interchangeable for the purposes of this audiobook.

Using passive language.

Most people in a relationship never realize this, but most narcissists are conditioned (by their narcissistic family members) to use passive voice and react positively toward others who use passive voice. Extroverts use passive voice and phallic voice (small talk) to groom one another without paying much attention to the content of what is being said (but the tone of voice and other nonverbal cues that are used while the talking is occurring).

Extroverts (and narcissists) are usually quite visual in nature. They don’t like a lot of words, and they especially don’t like requests that are given to them directly. Narcissists might have their inferiority complex triggered if you give them a direct request because they are not used to getting direct requests from their extroverted friends who passive-aggressively make them think everything they do was their idea.

Don’t speak in active voice around a narcissist. Speak passively and always make the narcissist think....

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©2019 J.B. Snow (P)2019 J.B. Snow

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  • Jessica Davis
  • 03-03-22

So discouraging

This is an awful book to read if you are going into court for a custody battle !! How awful I wish I never bought this book

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  • S Linton
  • 20-10-21

tells a person to leave their children behind

their logic is if you're married to a narcissist to get away if you have children leave the children behind meet a new partner and start a new family. absolutely terrible advice no one leaves their kid behind them