The subtle and abusive behavior
The narcissistic meaning often gets confused, ignored, or completely laughed at when somebody is called a “Narcissist” and this is especially true in family court.
The hallmarks of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
are grandiosity, a lack of empathy for other people, and a need
for admiration. People with this condition are frequently described
as arrogant, self-centered, manipulative, and demanding.
You may end up on the defense just for trying to help somebody with this disorder.
Possibly fighting to see your own children.
There is also a chance of inflicting narcissistic injury, which can be extremely dangerous.
Malicious narcissistic rage can cause heartbreaking abuse to families, especially children who are only used at pawns in a parent vs parent court battle.
3 years in court fighting for my daughter after false allegations is exhausting, but rewarding. I am the first to give you proper advice on Narcissist parenting.
The Narcissistic Meaning You Thought You Knew
It’s not that easy to have a Narcissist focus on their child, and not themselves. Especially with the different stages of a narcissistic personality disorder.
There are many levels of Narcissism.
When I am first approached by people needing services they read the narcissistic meaning quite a few times, and it doesn’t fit the abuser traits as much as they think.
They are in denial. Understanding what you are dealing with is very important. There is a variety of hidden demons in Sociopath VS Psychopath, so it’s best to know who you are actually dealing with.
You can only hope you are not dealing with the hurricane family destroyer of a narcissistic Sociopath.
The fact of the matter is that a true Narcissist doesn’t want to get better. They won’t hear you.
You will be involved in complex narcissistic triangulation, an extreme hit on your mental health.
Knowledge is power.
They know what they are doing and leaving you in a state of confusion and a “begging” plea to be better for the child, is just more fuel for this toxic kind.
A Narcissist loves family court
Center of the stage and all eyes on them. Narcissistic abuse symptoms is a heartbreaking realization of who actually needs protecting.
False accusations thrown towards your way making you look like the crazy one.
Parental alienation – the spiteful child abuse that nobody seems to care about, will come at you with full speed.
The typical Narcissist courtroom drama allegations to keep you from your child will be overwhelming, and maybe you might just open your eyes to the real battered meaning for men’s health.
Unfortunately, you will still feel alone.
In my opinion, the most dangerous fuel for them and these actions really make sense of the proper narcissistic meaning.
I have learned a lot from a narcissistic Mother, and protecting my child from her abuse is a daily battle.
Common false allegations in family court
You will be stunned at the claims thrown at you by a spiteful former spouse, obviously with the guidance of a money hungry lawyer that is. Such as the following:
- They don’t take care of the child (When the abuser is the one not properly taking care of the child)
- They are harassing me
- The child did not go for the other parent’s parenting time because the child expressed they didn’t want to go (Or the child was sick)
- The daycare/school doesn’t want them there
- Claims of the child abused physically, sexually, mentally
Family court will believe the Narcissist.
No proof needed.
The daycare or school may even write a letter against you attending, and this is because the Narcissist is excellent at making themselves look like the “Victim”
With that being said, regardless if a school does not want you there, you are to follow the court orders and be as professional as possible.
It is a school’s job to file a court order asking for you not to be there. Don’t assume anything is not a scare tactic to keep you away.
An easy tactic to push you away.
Don’t believe the drama of a daycare / school that does a lot of talking, but doesn’t want to spend the time in court dealing with your silly court matters.
Play their game and call the bluff in a mature, and respectful email or letter.
Positive co parenting skills is important, especially my only way of co parenting with a manipulating ex spouse: Gray Rock Method.
Suffering abuse from a Narcissist? Know of somebody suffering ? Or maybe you are just unsure.
A Narcissist has no boundaries, act now!