‘What’s the big deal,’ you say? ‘Couples are just living together instead of getting married.’
Bill Eddy discloses how to spot the warning signs as we approach this year’s election.
Divorce is hard at the best of times. But when you divorce someone who may have a high conflict personality? It’s a whole new ball game of hell.
As you choose a friend, spouse, job, or elected leader, these personality awareness skills will help you avoid dysfunctional patterns.
Use this tool to help elect politicians who stand up for reasonable points of view with the whole nation at heart.
Can you predict and avoid the wrath of their extreme behavior?
An examination of “toxic” employees and how specialized coaching may help with deciding if they should stay or go.
It might seem best to exclude a high-conflict parent to protect your children from their extreme thinking & behavior, but that reinforces extreme solutions to relationship problems. What should you do?
An agenda can focus or doom your whole discussion. Here are 3 tips for managing the 2 most common agenda-setting problems.
Use this 4-step strategy as your template when responding to angry messages from your ex — if you even need to respond at all.
Bill Eddy provides a brief look at various mental health disorders and their relationship — or non-relationship — to violence.
Shawn D. Skillin, Esq. offers techniques to help co-parents remember that your feelings are yours, and how you manage them is always up to you.
Understanding that bullying is a pattern of behavior, can this pattern of behavior change with enough pressure?
L. Georgi DiStefano & Bill Eddy draw distinctions between NPD and narcissistic personality traits — and why it matters in the workplace.
How can you possibly avoid bad-mouthing your co-parent and still protect your children from the affects of their extreme behaviors? Bill Eddy offers you tools to help.
Some people can’t just “get over it” during a divorce. Bill Eddy offers solutions to work with them and get through it instead.