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CO-PARENTING WITH A NARCISSIST by Elizabeth Morgan

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CO-PARENTING WITH A NARCISSIST by Elizabeth Morgan


FREE on 26 March and 12 April!

CO-PARENTING WITH A NARCISSIST is a thorough examination of narcissism, with a particular emphasis on its effects on relationships and parenting.
The author aims to provide a detailed explanation of narcissism as well as practical guidance for people dealing with narcissists, particularly in the difficult scenario of co-parenting.
The book seeks to provide coping tactics, effective communication tips, legal counsel, and emotional support to those afflicted by narcissistic relationships.
The book is divided into three major sections, each covering a distinct element of dealing with narcissistic people, particularly in the context of co-parenting.

Part I: An Introduction to Narcissism

This section begins with a detailed explanation of narcissism, as well as an outline of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). It addresses the basic characteristics of narcissism and identifies many types of NPD and their associated behaviors. It also looks at how narcissism affects health, particularly its prevalence and comorbidity, and proposes the concept of ‘narcissistic supply.’

Part II: Let’s Start with Practice

This practical section discusses the difficulties of co-parenting with a narcissist. It discusses coping with the stress and anxiety of such relationships, managing children’s stress and anxiety, and practical strategies for starting co-parenting with a narcissist. This includes accepting reality, establishing boundaries, communicating effectively, and dealing with a narcissistic ex-partner. It provides advise on how to build structured communication, defend against abuse, and employ mediation techniques.

Part III: Key Resources

The book’s final section offers resources and help for redefining success in the context of a relationship with a narcissist. It examines the effects for children raised by narcissists, how to protect children in these situations, and the legal implications of co-parenting with a narcissist. It also provides advice on developing support systems and seeking expert aid.

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Author Bio:​


Elizabeth Morgan is an American psychologist and therapist with a strong commitment to helping families navigate the complex challenges associated with the dynamics of separation and divorce. Her decades of experience in social work have enabled her to develop a unique and empathetic approach to the most sensitive situations.

Born in a small town in America, Elizabeth showed a genuine interest in understanding the human mind and the dynamics of relationships from an early age. After graduating from university with a degree in psychology, she went on to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology.

Elizabeth’s passion for helping families in crisis was reinforced during her postdoctoral training. In fact, she spent a lot of time working with not-for-profit organisations supporting families at risk and parenting support programmes. This hands-on experience with people and their problems opened her eyes to the reality of complex and often destructive family dynamics.

During her career, Elizabeth has been particularly concerned with the issues of narcissism, co-dependency with a narcissist, divorce issues and the impact on the children of a divorced couple. She has developed a therapeutic approach based on emotional healing, effective communication and building healthy boundaries, particularly for families involved in conflictual separations with a narcissistic partner.

Her books are the result of her many years of direct experience. In each of her texts, Elizabeth combines her psychological knowledge with real-life examples and practical advice to help separating parents through the difficulties they face every day when dealing with a partner who displays narcissistic disorders or traits.

Her mission is to provide concrete tools to help individuals build a bright future despite the challenges of the past.

You can contact her at the publisher and she will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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