Three Words That Trigger Family Courts

Three Words the Trigger Family Courts in High Conflict Divorce and Custody Cases Where Narcissistic Abuse is Suspected

Mandy Friedman and Michelle Minette, specialists in healing from Narcissistic Abuse, respond to the three words family courts don’t like to hear (narcissist, gaslighting, and manipulation) with Melanie Mize, Attorney at Law.

0:00 Intro
04:36 Narcissist
13:24 Gaslighting
29:12 Manipulation

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Disclaimer: This content is intended for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for mental health treatment. It is important for survivors of abuse to find mental health professionals who understand trauma and abusive relationships. Please seek support from trusted and trained practitioners. This content is not meant to be used by anyone as diagnostic criteria. Permissions have not been granted for anyone to utilize this material as a source to make allegations about specific individuals. Any online content produced by Michelle Minette and F! All That Wellness Coaching is an educational discussion about narcissism which is a descriptive term for tendencies and behavioral patterns. Individuals with narcissistic features or tendencies do not necessarily meet DSM-5 diagnostic criteria. The terms narcissistic and narcissism are used as descriptions of tendencies and behaviors and are not meant as clinical terms.