Posts Tagged "Marriage"

Surviving A Divorce With A High Conflict Personality

Posted by on Feb 13, 2016 in Anxiety, Couples & Family, Narcissism | 0 comments

Surviving A Divorce With A High Conflict Personality

(As Seen In Anton Publications January 13 – 19 2016) High Conflict Personalities (HCPs) possess many of the characteristics of a personality disorder including unmanaged emotions, all-or-nothing thinking and an inability to take responsibility for their actions. HCPs are persuasive blamers by nature. They convince others that their problems are caused by something or someone else. This is why many Narcissists, Borderlines, Histrionics and Antisocials employ smear campaigns when they target someone. By blaming others they keep the focus off the real problem, themselves. HCPs are driven...

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Married To Your Best Friend; Tips On Staying Happy ‘Until Death Do Us Part’

Posted by on Feb 12, 2015 in Couples & Family | 0 comments

Married To Your Best Friend; Tips On Staying Happy ‘Until Death Do Us Part’

(As Seen In Anton News Publications For Week Of February 4 – 10, 2015)      Early dating can be passionate and exciting. There may be long, sweet kisses. There may be long-stemmed roses. There may be intensely romantic nights that take our breath away. It’s the ‘honeymoon phase’. We may currently be savoring the embrace of our honeymoon or perhaps reminiscing about the nights we stayed up laughing until the sun came up. Sadly this ardor doesn’t last forever. It wouldn’t be called a phase if it did, right? So what then is the secret to maintaining long-term happiness? We maintain our...

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