Here's why going through a child custody battle with a narcissist
You spent years in a toxic relationship with a narcissistic ex or family member.
You endured gaslighting and false allegations.
You were told that you were the crazy one.
You were told so many other lies.
"That's not how it happened."
"Your memory is horrible."
"What's wrong with you?"
"You need help."
Finally, after years of suffering through that, you get the courage to break free and end the relationship.
Now, you're starting the process in court for a child custody case.
You start to slowly realize that your narcissist is charming and convincing everyone involved in the case.
The attorneys, the evaluators, the guardian ad litem, the judge...
It makes you feel like you're banging your head against the wall with no end in site!
Then to make it worse you start to questions yourself once again.
"Maybe everything they said was true?"
"Were they right this whole time?"
"Maybe I really am the crazy one?"
Well, guess what.
And pay attention to this because it's important...
It's not you.
It's the process of entering a court battle with a narcissist.