• Divorcing and Healing from a Narcissist

  • Narcissistic Hidden Abuse and Recovery. Co-Parenting After the Trauma of a Destructive Marriage. Advice for Your Healing Heart and Soul
  • By: Dana Jackson, Ross Covert
  • Narrated by: Krystal Wascher
  • Length: 3 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (117 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Have you been considering divorcing your partner because you have had the overwhelming realization that they are narcissist? Does it seem as if It's always your fault even if they betray you? Have you decided to stop, but you feel guilty and afraid of his reaction?

The realization that the person you are in love with is a narcissist can be extremely difficult to face. If you have had this realization, then you know that there is not a way for you to force them to be rational or understanding in your desire to divorce them.

If you know that you are dealing with a narcissist, then it is more than likely going to be in your best interest to get out of the situation. This is especially true if there are children involved. Making the right decision may seem difficult, and working your way through this audiobook may be able to alleviate some of the challenges when trying to figure out what is the best decision for you and your kids. 

In this audiobook, you’ll find information on:

  • The signs that your spouse is a narcissist
  • The best option when kids are involved
  • Steps to handle the narcissist in court
  • Post-divorce combat
  • Strategies to help your wounded children heal 
  • Ways to choose a new partner

Moving on, helping your wounded children, and letting go of the abuse that you have suffered is going to take time, but it is absolutely feasible. Surround yourself with kind and compassionate people who can help you work through the process of healing. Don't be afraid to reach out for help when it comes to you or your children. 

What's still holding you back?

Listening to this book, you will understand your experiences and see that by hearing and following the instructions carefully, you will find comfort and it will calm your anxiety in a few days. Years of experience and feedback tell me this.

If you are ready to put your life with a narcissist behind you, once and for all, and start living the life you deserve, click on the "buy now" button and start your journey today!

©2020 Dana Jackson (P)2020 Rebolution

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I wished I knew this before

This book truly brought me a lot of comfort and made me feel understood and feel empowered to start changing things. Whoever gave this book a bad review has clearly never been in my shoes or understands. I’m starting the divorce process from a narcissist while also approaching therapy. This is the 3rd book I’ve tried and it helps. My narcissist has a gf and our dog just died so he got her a puppy and is selling our home, but still continues to try to control me hurt me and suck me back in. It’s made grieving extremely hard. It’s hard to accept grieving someone who was physically, verbally, and emotionally abusive. But I will replay this book. I found it helped me understand what they are doing and how they think.

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A must for contentious custody cases.

I can’t even begin to explain how much this book has helped me. I have listened to it several times during my 5 year custody battle. It has been an integral part of my success and sanity when dealing with my ex and the family court system. Tina, I will never be able to express to you how much your words have impacted me and brought me from a place of despair to a place of hope. Although I’m still in the middle of battle, I now have the strength to endure. Before your book I literally thought I was losing my mind. I was completely disoriented by the actions of my ex and felt helpless by the lack of response I was getting in court. For those who are in the middle of a hostile custody battle this book is a must. Tina’s book “The Narc Decoder” is amazing too!

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I highly recommend this book.

If you are divorcing one, married to one or dating one, I highly recommend this book. If I had listened to this and known that Narcissists existed, I would have saved YEARS of heartache and delusions.

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Things I wished I knew before leaving my husband

This was a great informative book. I only wish I would have known all these things mentioned here. I would have done much better coping and the divorce process would have been more clear.

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Left me wanting more...

Too much "back story" on what Narcissism is, and not enough substance surrounding divorce for my liking. Left me feeling like I needed more.

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A Great and resourceful book!

I loved this books, the information was so relevant to the issues I have been facing before, during, after divorcing, and co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-husband. Thank you for helping me understand more and keep experiencing healing for my son and I.

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Exactly what I am dealing with!!!

Loved the book!!! I am dealing with so much of the same. Plus my Ex is on serious drugs. It's very sad the courts do not take mothers more seriously and do more to protect our children. Thank you for bringing this topic to light and explaining it in a real life common sense way to those that need to hear or are educating themselves on the topic.

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It's not just me. Finally, I have understanding.

I'm so thankful to have found this book. No one understands. No one in 7 years of court gone wrong situations, has a clue. Thank you for sharing your story and inspiration. Lawyers have taken my money and the children and I continue on a rollercoaster. Thank you for your tools and advice on how to better deal with a NPD ex and his family. Thanks for the all your desire to help others and focus on the children's rights. I had all but given up. My battle in court started in 2011 and I just now found you. Forever grateful for your courage to share your story.

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Required Reading: Survivors & Legal Professionals

If you found this title, you are likely in some stage of divorce from a person whose history and behavior meet the criteria for clinical narcissism, ASPD, or a Cluster B personality disorder. This resource will help you make sense of a situation that is otherwise inexplicable: the realization that your spouse would rather destroy you than relinquish the complete control he has systematically taken--over your life, and the lives of your children. This will be the fight of your lifetime, and until the family court system is better at protecting all victims of abuse, and not just those whose spouses have progressed (or devolved) to the point of physical battery, it is imperative that you have the tools and information necessary to expose the nature of covert abuse: emotional, psychological, and financial abuse being the most common in relationships of coercive control. Rather than putting a halt to the crazy-making behaviors that preempted your decision to leave, divorce will likely exacerbate them to a crisis level. If you understand the uncannily predictable behavior of narcissists, you will save yourself from much of the confusion and manipulation, the pressure to reconcile (at your peril, statisically) and help mitigate the harm to your children. The advice and resources, as well as the advocacy of Dana Jackson and others like her, will help to prevent the pitfalls of contentious divorce, in an arena where narcissists otherwise tend to thrive.

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So Clarifying

This book was so helpful. It spelled out perfectly what to look for and what to do about it. I especially appreciated the research-based guidance.

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Extraordinary audiobook..

A must listen! Wish I had the audiobook 10 years ago when I started down this disaster of a road. Who knew there was such a thing as a narcissist! Yikes ! Glad I followed through on several of the audiobooks recommendations. There is life afterwards!