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Are you facing co-parenting with a narcissist and want real tips on how to deal with this

toxic personality so you can protect your children from them?

By the end of this video, you will have advice and tips on exactly how to do just that.

I'm Rebecca Zung, top 1% divorce attorney and the bestselling author of the books, Negotiate

Like YOU M.A.T.T.E.R. and Breaking Free: A Step-by-Step Divorce Guide, and I've helped

thousands of clients go from drama trauma and chaos to step into lives of freedom, possibility,

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Now, if you are co-parenting with a narcissist and you really want to protect your kids from

that toxic personality, there are a few things that you can do.

But before I get into that, let me just give you a few ideas of the kinds of things that

you're going to be in for if you are co-parenting with that narcissist.

Number one is parental alienation.

Most people who are alienators are also narcissists and I have an entire video on narcissistic

parental alienation and I will drop a link to that below.

You're definitely going to want to check that out.

But they engage in all kinds of things that look like parental alienation, which is a

campaign of denigration against you, trying to turn the kids against you so that the kids

think that you're the most disgusting thing that ever walked the planet even if you had

a wonderful relationship with them before and they start drip, drip, dripping on the