How to handle an intimidating spouse
The wrong way and unfortunately the typical way by many spouses is to respond in kind, especially in – meet unreasonable and aggressive behavior with unreasonable and aggressive behavior.This “fight fire with fire” approach when divorcing a narcissist spouse may be one of the worst things you can do in a divorce case because you essentially lower yourself to the same standard implemented by your spouse and therefore cause the litigation to go longer than it should.They may be ill, chronically worried, or lacking what they need in terms of love and emotional support.Such people need to be listened to, supported, and cared for (although whatever the cause of their moodiness and negativity, you may still need to protect yourself from their behavior at times).But there’s another type of moody, negative behavior: that of the toxic bully, who will use his or her mood swings to intimidate and manipulate.It’s this aspect of moodiness that inflicts enduring abuse and misery.When one or both of you are not listening to one another, you have a problem in your marriage.
Her mom and dad have a lot to communicate about, and they may not even be on speaking terms.
It comes in many forms and includes unlawful deductions from support that were not court ordered. Hiding income and assets: Narcissistic spouses sometimes feel as though they money they have made during the marriage is theirs and everything that has come from it should be their separate property. defines what is and is not community property and separate property but try to explain that to a spouse like this…it may be futile. All of these tactics are designed to cause the maximum amount of stress and attorney fees so that the lesser earning spouse eventually gives in and takes less than what he or she may be entitled to from the community estate.
There’s a right way and a very wrong way to respond to such bullying tactics.
If you observe these people closely, you will notice that their attitude is overly self-referential.
Their relationships are prioritized according to how each one can be used to meet their selfish needs.