Co-Parenting With a Narcissist Survival Guide

Divorce isn’t the end of your co-parenting journey with a Narcissist. Unfortunately, it is often just the beginning.

Learn how to navigate every step of the journey with the Co-Parenting with a Narcissist Survival Guide.

This course won’t fix your ex-spouse or the emotional damage they have caused you. But, it will ensure that you and your kids avoid the very worst outcomes of continued narcissistic abuse.

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What is the Co-Parent with a Narcissist Survival Guide?

This easy-to-access online masterclass is focused on helping you navigate your new co-parenting relationship with a narcissistic ex. Although you have already spent years trying to navigate an abusive relationship with them,  this new phase of your life will require new strategies to best protect you and your children from further emotional abuse and damage.  

The Narcissist Survival Guide will empower you to take back control of your life and break the cycle of abuse that destroyed your marriage. Backed by the expertise of Dr. Erica Ellis, this online course is split into three manageable parts focused on teaching you how to avoid getting sucked into the narcissist’s manipulations, how to become a positive role model for your children, and how to utilize the legal system to protect your family from further emotional or physical harm.

Protect Yourself and Your Kids from the Worst Outcomes of Narcissistic Abuse

This on-demand training program will empower you with life-saving strategies for dealing with the narcissist ex in your life. It will teach you how to remain calm and rise above the inevitable conflict of a divorce or separation from a narcissist. 

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What Does the Narcissist Survival Guide Include?

Video Training

The guide includes two videos of 60-minute training sessions with Dr. Ellis, rich with expert content and survival techniques.

Expert Interview

Gain access to this expert interview with Dr. Ellis and a divorce attorney to gain valuable insight into protecting yourself legally when it comes to divorcing a narcissist.


Utilize your comprehensive action-plan workbook in order to empower yourself to best apply the training you have learned through the  Survival Guide and apply it to your own unique circumstances.

Lifetime Access

Our secure, on-demand virtual classroom is available to you with lifetime access anytime. Once enrolled in the survival guide course, you can always gain access to the content whenever you need it.

What Will You Learn During Your Journey?

The survival guide will support you in actionable steps you need right now and for the future. You will learn:

  • 7 impactful steps to take to become the best, most effective parent for your child.
  • The essential roadmap you will need for managing the legal issues which arise when co-parenting with a narcissist.
  • More about narcissistic behavior, how it makes it impossible for good parenting, and how this behavior can jeopardize your child’s future happiness.
  • 5 proven strategies for breaking the endless cycle of escalation, conflict, and pain that comes with dealing with a narcissist.

Enjoy the Positive Rewards of Completing This Essential Survival Guide

  • This guide will empower you to create a healthier future for yourself and your children and avoid needless conflict.
  • You can be the parent your child needs in advocating for their well being above anything else, every step of the way.
  • Provide your child with at least one home that is stable and devoid of any instability or emotional turmoil.
  • You no longer have to be subject to your narcissist ex’s abuse and no longer have to be dictated to by their wants and needs.
  • You will finally be free to live life on your own terms.

Why It's Important to Fully Understand the Dynamics of Dealing with a Narcissistic Parent​

You may be ready to leave your ex’s narcissist behavior and emotions behind when you choose to separate or divorce, but the impact of their narcissistic traits should never be underestimated when it comes to the future co-parenting of their children. Even when separated, narcissists can use their techniques against you – and your child.

It’s important to be fully cognizant of a narcissist’s behavior when it comes to co-parenting because:

  • Their traits and behavior can still negatively impact your child.
  • They could attempt to turn your child against you.
  • They can lay all the blame for the separation or divorce on you.
  • You could still be subject to emotional abuse through various forms of indirect contact
  • Ignoring their negative behavior may mean subjecting you and your child to further emotional abuse and damage.

That’s why this Survival Guide is here to help you navigate the next step in this co-parenting relationship journey.

The Benefits of Video and Online Training for Your
Co-Parenting Journey

Life as a parent is busy enough, especially when you’re dealing with a separation or divorce. Having access to online content means you can fit this essential survival course around your own schedule. Video training also means you can more easily digest the essential information and steps and even watch our videos on the go to fit around a busy lifestyle.

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Protect Yourself Legally When Divorcing a Narcissist

Understanding your legal rights is essential when trying to negotiate a divorce settlement with a narcissist. With the expert interview with a divorce attorney included in this survival guide, you’ll learn about the family law principles that specifically pertain to divorcing a narcissist. You can learn more about court ordered situations, such as when a Guardian Ad Litem (Law Guardian) might get involved, and more.

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What You Need to Know About Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Recognizing narcissistic traits and being aware that you’ve been subjected to narcissistic abuse is just as important as taking the steps to combat it. You can’t hope to parent with a narcissist if you don’t know how to recognize the destructive traits.

NPD focuses on emotional abuse, which can negatively impact your mental health over time. Narcissists will hold an unrealistic view of their own self-importance, often prioritizing this over anything else. This can lead to them refusing to take criticism, creating conflict when you try to raise any issues with them, having them lack any empathy to your circumstances and also trying to manipulate situations to show them in a better light. A narcissistic relationship may also become physically abusive as well as emotionally damaging.

Dealing with a Narcissist Co-Parent and Negotiating with a Narcissist

Negotiating with a narcissist is often near impossible simply because they cannot accept the need to change, or will not accept anything that shows them in a bad light – which can be applied to co-parenting, too. Our survival guide is here to help you learn how to deal with a narcissist ex when it comes to your child’s best interests and your own happy future. You won’t feel alone when you come to us.

Get Access to the Survival Kit Now

Dealing with and negotiating with a narcissist in regard to your child’s welfare can often be best accomplished by adhering to a strict parallel parenting plan. It is also essential to know when it is most appropriate to respond to a narcissist co-parent through the correct legal channels and legal support.

It is often not possible to effectively co-parent with a narcissist following a problematic separation without expert guidance or specific legal knowledge that helps to protect you.

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