• Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

  • A Complete Guide to Divorce a Narcissistic Ex and to Heal from a Toxic Relationship. How to Be a Good Mother While Recovering from Emotional Abuse.
  • By: Mia Warren
  • Narrated by: JL Berndt
  • Length: 3 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (70 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Being in a relationship with a narcissist can be traumatizing. After all, you have to see them almost every day. In some cases, you can choose to cut ties with the person, but in other cases, you might not have that freedom.

In many other cases, people don’t want to give up on the narcissist because they feel guilty that they might be abandoning the person in a time of need. Unbeknownst to them, the narcissist might be aware of their intentions and might be manipulating them.

It is a complicated situation to be part of and not easy to deal with. This is why it helps if you have more knowledge about what it is like to be in a relationship with a narcissist. Try and have your body tuned. 

What’s your body saying about the present situation? Look for a way to have yourself taken care of and have your anxiety relieved before it takes a toll on your health. Your body is communicating that there is something wrong with you. Try and tell it that as you are going forward, you will be listening more.

This audiobook covers:

  • Marriage and the Narcissist
  • Divorcing a Narcissist
  • Child Development and Adapting to Parental Separation
  • Guidelines for Answering Children's Questions About Divorce
  • Parental Alienation
  • Narcissistic Manipulative Tactics
  • Tips for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist
  • Helping Your Children Through a Divorce
  • Parenting Schedule and Importance of Routines
  • Healing from Emotional Abuse
  • How to Give the Best Guidance to Your Child
  • Loving Again
  • And much more!

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©2020 Mia Warren (P)2020 Mia Warren

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Must listen

No one who has not been married to a narcissist can understand the level of manipulation and suffering that is experienced. This book has helped me heal, feel less guilty, and more independent. If you are experiencing a similar situation, read it, and seek help.

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Worth Reading!

The book contains important tips, I specifically read the tips for co-parenting with a narcissist and they are very helpful. This book helps you deal with a narcissistic partner/ex, talks about child development and adapting to parental separation.

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30 years of marriage 2 college age kids

Super helpful....even with older kids. Practical advice and the similarities of the examples of this type of relationship are chillingly real.

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Excellent Audiobook!

I am a therapist and I highly recommend this reading for mothers in the process of toxic divorces!This book walks you through being married to and divorcing a narcissist. But more that than it teaches you how to bea good parent while recovering from your mental abuse and working with the narcissist from you past in sharing your parenting.

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Sexist

I'm was looking for a book to help me coparent with a narcissist but had to stop after less than 10 minutes because it is written from the point of view that only men are narcissists and women are the victims. I was offended. Additionally, the reading was boring and monotone.

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Misleading Title

Very little of this book is about the experience of coparenting with a narcissist. I would estimate 10% or less of the book to address that. The majority of the book covered what narcissism is, how to heal, and what a general divorce should look like when kids are involved but spent very little of the book explaining how to navigate coparenting going forward. The book does touch on this but not to the level I would expect based on the title. If you have educated yourself on what narcissism is and how to heal from it and also on how to navigate a divorce skip this book and find another to learn about techniques for coparenting with a toxic person.

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Well written story. It’s good to know that I’m neither alone nor crazy. Makes me wish I had taken better notes from the beginning, but I did see the writing on the wall a while ago, so start whenever you can! Create & maintain a timeline if you’re dealing with this type of person.

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Terrible narration

I couldn’t even listen after one min… seriously! This narrator is the worst. I really wish I could read this book but I can’t, nor can I listen to it!!!

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Super grateful to have found this book and learn how to deal with this situation.

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  • james
  • 03-17-22

He this, he that.. bla bla bla

Like you, I chose to read this book as I am in a relevent situation but.... I am a Dad,
He this, he that bla bla bla

IMO This is just another 'hate men' oriented book.
It does have some good information if you are willing to listen and just pretend it does constantly suggest that its men who narcissists.
My negativity could be a result of having gone through, going through and dealing with a narcissist... I'm trying to say that this book could just be stating what I already know.

I'm not slating the author in the slightest, infact I commend them for writing it. I would have liked to give 5 stars but I wouldn't want to give the wrong impression to fellow Father's.

I have thought of writing a book myself based on my experience as a Father and a narcissistic ex partner.
Id definitely have some advice, bothe good and bad. Unfortunately I wouldn't have a clue where to start.

I do believe there is a huge need for something from a father's perspective.


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  • Angus
  • 11-12-21

Dads will find value too

This was a lot better than expected and I believe it is a mistake to market it to mothers as per the tagline - I nearly didn't buy it as a result. However, I did and found the content to be equally applicable to the female narcissist with plenty of content to show the author really understands the issues combined with good practical tips.