Archive for January, 2012


“Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe.” – Proverbs

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What can we do to help our children

I’ve been thinking about this, and am researching it as well.   At this point in time, with the information I have so far, I think that the most important thing we can do is to show our children what normal, healthy, quality relationships and interactions look like. … Keep going...

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“It is only when you exercise your right to choose that you can also exercise your right to change.”

-Dr. Shad Helmstetter… Keep going...

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I am so glad that I am not my ex

Think about it… aren’t you glad you aren’t your ex as well?

I do have a lot of sympathy for him. … Keep going...

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PEACE in my ex’s presence

My ex came by my daughter’s lesson today to watch.   It was a wonderful day… it didn’t bother me whatsoever.  I didn’t care that he was there, I didn’t really acknowledge him (we’re the only ones there, it’s not like there are other parents or people to diffuse things).… Keep going...

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“Mom, can we go back to before I was born and pick out a new dad for me?”

This is what my daughter asked me the other night, in the middle of screaming tears…. “Mom, can we go back to before I was born and pick out a new dad for me?”

Do narcissist parents impact their parents? … Keep going...

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Example of “communicating” with a narcissist “effectively”

Recently, with both my kids in turmoil and feeling frustration that they have to see their Dad, my daughter’s awesome therapist suggested that I try to see them every day that they are at their father’s. … Keep going...

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The importance of “the bubble”

This is something I’ve mentioned in earlier posts, and something I use with my kids regularly.   It’s good for adults, and for kids.  … Keep going...

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Parent Coordinators and Narcissism or Personality Disordered Ex’s

In my humble opinion, the role of a parent coordinator is perfect for two normal people who want to work together but have to learn how to after having been hurt from their marriage falling apart, but just don’t know how to do so. … Keep going...

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Learning about Narcissism, Pathology and Personality Disorders at a YOUNG age

A few of the things that I think are blessings in disguise in the situation of having to co-parent with a narcissist are:

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Do sociopaths, psychopaths or narcissists ever move on?

I am at a loss for this one part of dealing with my ex, and haven’t found much information on it – but what I found I will share in a moment.… Keep going...

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I have to admit…

I try my best to stay positive.  I try my best to have faith.  I do firmly believe that God will change our situation and hear my prayers and my children’s prayers.… Keep going...

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I just had to do it

My purpose of this blog is to stay positive and

share the journey of healing where I’ve found

that I can find peace no matter what.… Keep going...

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The importance of being assertive with a narcissist

When I first started the divorce process, we saw a marriage counselor.  Shortly after, we were using counselor for our daughter and a parenting  coordinator– as suggested by my attorney. … Keep going...

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