Divorcing a Narcissist : One Mom's Battle
Tina Swithin was swept off her feet by a modern day Prince Charming and married him one year later. Tina soon discovered that there was something seriously wrong with her fairytale. The marriage was filled with lies, deception, fraud and many tears. Tina was left in an utter state of confusion. This wasn't the man that she married...or was it? Tina first heard the term, Narcissistic Personality Disorder from her therapist in 2008 but quickly dismissed the notion that something could be wrong with her husband. It took several years for Tina to begin researching the disorder and suddenly, the past ten years of her life made complete sense. Tina soon discovered that there is only one thing more difficult than being married to a narcissist and that is divorcing a narcissist. In her book, Tina will explain how a smart, independent woman can fall prey to a narcissistic man. Tina discusses the red flag reflections that she chose to ignore while dating and during the marriage. Tina acted as her own attorney in an extremely high-conflict divorce and she will share the strategies that helped her to navigate through this battle while maintaining her sanity and sense of humor. Tina will help you to feel less alone in your journey and will assure you that there is light at the end of the tunnel no matter how dark things are right now. While Tina endured a tumultuous 6-year custody battle, she prevailed and today, her daughters have peace.
- Paperback | 264 pages
- 150 x 226 x 24mm | 458.13g
- 10 Feb 2014
- Divorcing a Narcissist: One Mom's Battle
- United Kingdom
- Illustrations, black and white
About Tina Swithin
Tina Swithin has gained international attention for her blog titled, "One Mom's Battle" and for her role as an advocate for change in the Family Court System. Tina has survived a Category 5 Divorce Hurricane and has taken shelter in her blog and new book, "Divorcing a Narcissist: One Mom's Battle." Tina resides in San Luis Obispo, California with her husband and two daughters.
Our customer reviews
I had read excerpts from this book on both Facebook and Tina's webpage prior to my purchase. For those who are in the throes of divorce and ensuing custody battles with someone who exhibits narcissistic personality traits this book has some very valuable advice as well as inspiration. From the moment I started reading I could not put it down.show moreby Ruth McKinlay