People believe that successful co-parenting involves a secret formula that transforms a nightmare ex-spouse into a garden-variety human being. This is not true.
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Since they lack self-awareness, high conflict personalities (HCP) make no effort to change their own behavior when things go badly.
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Co-parenting is hard, especially if one or both parents have a high conflict personality disorder. Here are the 5 personality patterns that most commonly appear.
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When we are dealing with a difficult coParent, we need to be role models of flexible thinking, managed emotions, and moderate behaviors. Here’s how.
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The hardest thing to “get” about hostile or high conflict personalities (HCPs) is that they lack an awareness of how they contribute to their own problems.
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There are interesting scientific findings in high conflict, brain chemistry and ability to problem solve and engage in self control.
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Why High Conflict Personalities, or HCPs, are not self-aware is based on brain research about the bridge between the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
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High conflict parents can’t seem to stop themselves. They are repeatedly told to behave, by counselors, lawyers and judges. Yet they keep behaving badly. Why?
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Are you a good coParent? Debra Carter can help. If you or your ex exhibit these behaviors, maybe you’re not coParenting your kids the way you wish to.
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