Divorce can be a hard road, and when there are children involved, divorce is never the end of the relationship. There is still the relationship of co-parenting. Not really a problem when both parents are responsible and sane people. Unfortunately, it only takes one parent to mess things up. Dealing with a sociopath can seem impossible, as Susan J. Elliot knows very well. She offers five ways that you can protect yourself from a sociopath when getting divorced.
- Divorce is hard enough without feeling re-victimized by the system you’re depending on to protect you from someone who has harmed you.
- It’s helpful to understand the pathology because compromise is often futile and they attack in creative ways using anything they can.
- A sociopath has “Anti-social” Personality Disorder which doesn’t mean they are withdrawn or shy but that they do not abide by decent person behavior standards set up by society.
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