Are You Ready to Break Free From the Drama and Frustration of
Co-Parenting With a Narcissist…?
A 3-part Master Class with Susan Stiffelman and Wendy Behary
The Simple, Drama-Free Strategies My Clients Use To Co-Parent
With Self-Absorbed, Inflexible Parenting Partners
Does every conversation with your co-parenting partner end in drama and threats?
Do you feel helpless to protect your children from the fallout of an angry, arrogant parent?
Does your co-parent create constant stress and disappointment that leaves your children hurt and confused?
In this Master Class, you’ll learn how to:
- Cope with the narcissistic individual’s demanding, dismissing, and alienating behaviors so that you remain calm, cool and in control of your own responses
- Use leverage to set limits and maintain boundaries so that you no longer feel bullied or coerced by the narcissist
- Help children cope with a narcissistic parent so that they understand they are not the cause of the narcissist’s demeaning, unpredictable, or disappointing behavior
- Steer clear of adult temper tantrums, argumentativeness and rage so that you can maintain a more positive relationship
- Avoid power struggles and useless arguments so that you save time and mental energy that is better spent on you and your children
- Use specific language to diffuse tense situations and build a more productive relationship
Aside from the struggles to maintain a civil relationship, I know you’re worried about how growing up with a narcissistic parent is impacting your children.
Here are some of the possible challenges of children who grow up with a narcissistic parent:
- A tendency to seek out partners who are emotionally unavailable, critical or withholding
- Hyper sensitive to the moods of those around them
- Never feeling good enough
- Gain self-worth exclusively from achievements
- Drawn toward drama-laden, roller-coaster relationships – especially with romantic partners
- A sense of being unworthy of love
- A sense of responsibility for the feelings, care and welfare of others
- Rushing to maintain harmony and to soothe others feelings
Hosted by author and family therapist Susan Stiffelman
Susan Stiffelman is the author of Parenting Without Power Struggles, Parenting With Presence (An Eckhart Tolle Edition) and the weekly parenting advice columnist for The Huffington Post.
She is internationally regarded as one of the top parenting experts in the world, blending conscious parenting principles with highly practical strategies to make raising children easier and more joyful for parents and children.
Susan understands the challenges and complexities that come with parenting with a highly self-absorbed partner and delivers support that can make a real difference in parents’ lives.
In this comprehensive Master Class, she brings decades of experience to the topic of co-parenting with a narcissistic partner–whether currently married or divorced.
Wendy Behary is the founder and director of The Cognitive Therapy Center of New Jersey and The New Jersey Institute for Schema Therapy. As the author of Disarming the Narcissist: Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed, Dr. Behary has a specialty in treating narcissists and the people who live with and deal with them.
Dr. Behary lectures to professional and general audiences around the world on schema therapy, and the subjects of narcissism, interpersonal relationships, anger, and dealing with difficult people. Her private practice is primarily devoted to treating narcissists, partners/people dealing with them, parenting issues, and couples experiencing relationship problems.
Below are some of the criteria listed in the DSM 5 for Narcissistic Personality Disorder:
- Having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
- Expecting to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it
- Exaggerating one’s achievements and talents
- Being preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate
- Believing that one is superior and can only be understood by or associate with equally special people
- Requiring constant admiration
- Having a sense of entitlement
- Expecting special favors and unquestioning compliance with one’s expectations
- Taking advantage of others to get what one wants
- Having an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others
- Being envious of others and believing others envy oneself
- Behaving in an arrogant or haughty manner
How long can I listen to the replays?
The replays is yours forever. Watch it on your computer to take in this incredible wisdom again and again. You can return to it every time you need a lift, a refresher or just want to see if you missed something.
How long will this class be available?
This Master Class is only available for a limited time and then will not be available again this year, so don’t wait! Order now!
How can I protect my privacy?
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“Shows parents how they can transform parenting into a spiritual practice. Her unique book shows you how children can produce conscious adults.”Eckhart Tolle
“With her mix of practical tools and personal stories, Susan Stiffelman shows how to create close, loving family relationships and captures just how transformational and fulfilling parenthood can be.”Arianna Huffington
“I’ve led a community of hundreds of thousands of parents for six years, and during that time I’ve recommended only one parenting book: Parenting Without Power Struggles. Now I finally have one more to insist they read: Parenting with Presence. I trust Susan Stiffelman with my heart, my family, and my community because she understands that parenting is not just a job but a spiritual practice — a path to healing, to truth, to God…In Parenting with Presence, Susan comes alongside parents not only as an expert but as a guide, a counselor, a friend, a healer. This book will help adults heal so they can raise children who need a little less healing.”
“With her clear, wise, soulful, and poetic writing, Susan Stiffelman shows us how both the blessings and challenges of the delicate child-parent relationship can be a hotbed for mutual growth, healing, and connection. I am so grateful to Susan for having written this powerful book.”Alanis Morissette
“Susan Stiffelman is an insightful writer who clearly knows what she’s talking about, sharing much-needed wisdom and advice for the caring but often frustrated parent.”Marianne Williamson