I knew going into my divorce that there would be no cooperation from my ex husband, and I knew that my kids would bear the brunt of his abusive ways, but even with this knowledge, without a doubt, co-parenting with a narcissist is the hardest thing I have ever done in my life. Life
About Caedy SullivanA devoted mother of two and an avid reader, Caedran has a master’s degree in English and teaches AP English Language and Composition & English 9 at the high school level. In the classroom and out, she is working to help others live their best life through deliberate and mindful healthy choices.
Looking back on my experience, I was fairly naive. When I filed the paperwork for divorce from my ex-husband 14 years ago, I had no idea what to expect. I mean, getting a divorce was non-negotiable given what he had put me through, but I didn’t know that throughout the divorce process, and LONG
Living with someone who is self-obsessed takes a toll on your own health and well being. If your husband is a narcissist, divorce might be the best option. When I became a mother, I felt it was my duty and responsibility to provide a safe and stable environment for my children. Going into my