Attorney Tricia Dwyer is rated 'Superb' year after year
DIVORCE is not 'one thing'; it is a process, and it's a process that can vary just incredibly.
People can have both NPD and BPD: Approximately ten percent of people have one of these disorders, or both of them concurrently.
Approximately six percent of people have Narcisstic Personality Diorder. You may be a spouse who is married to a NARCISSIST. Traits of a narcissistic may include:
Selfishness, think they're better than everyone else
Lying, demean others, lack empathy and care for others
Blaming, and 'it's NEVER my fault', see self as 'victimized' by others
Seeing people as either 'good people' or 'bad people'-it's not at all uncommon to see relationships that suddenly fracture - from 'BFF' to 'I hate you'
Approximately six percent of people have BPD: Spouses with BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER ('BPD') tend to always live in fear of abandonment, and they may:
Have rapid mood swings, sudden bursts of anger/rage
Manipulate to get what they want
Hypersensitive to criticism or perceived slights
Alcoholism, other drug use, anorexia, bulimia-forms of self harm
Seek revenge, use confidential information to hurt others
Fixate on spouse
A spouse with BPD may be the initiator of the divorce.
Approximately four percent of people have ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER ('APD'). The APD spouse may:
lie, cheat to win, enjoy hurting other people
Disrespects rules, social norms and law generally-disrespects all perceived to be in positions of authority
Want to destroy their spouse
Takes risks, will take some risk of 'being caught'
Twist the truth & the facts: APD-person is 'the Victim', and the other spouse 'the Abuser'
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