How to win a custody battle against a narcissist?


I’m going to give you some tips on how to win a custody battle against a narcissist.

I know it’s hard, and I know that your life will never be the same. But if you want to get your child back, you’re going to have to be strong and fight for them—and that means sometimes making sacrifices. There must be some reason why narcissists compose of a good portion of underreported domestic violence cases.

If you’re ready for this journey, here are some things you need to consider before starting:

1. Do your research. It’s easy to get distracted by the narcissist’s flashy lifestyle and their “advances” on social media, but take time out of your day to look at their finances and see what they’re really spending their money on. You’ll find that there are hundreds of different ways that narcissists can spend money without taking care of their children—and this is something they’ll never admit or apologize for.

2. Know your legal rights. You have every right as a parent to make sure that your children are being treated well by the person who is supposed to care for them most—and if they’re not being cared for properly, they may choose not to stay with someone who doesn’t respect them or show interest in them as people instead of just as property.

If you’re in a custody battle with a narcissist, don’t lose hope. Winning is possible!

Here’s how to do it:

1. Don’t let them win by leaving them alone with the kids. Make sure they’re not alone with the kids when they are supposed to have time with the kids, and that means calling the cops if you have to!

2. Make sure they don’t get any money or benefits from the children’s parents or anyone else. If they’re claiming child support payments, ask for copies of their tax returns and pay stubs—these documents can show whether or not they have been paying child support, and whether or not they’re making enough money to afford child care without having to rely on your partner’s income.

3. Insist on seeing all of their paperwork related to raising children—including medical records and school records—and make sure that nothing has been hidden from you (or from other people in court). This will help establish a pattern of behavior that shows your ex-partner isn’t being honest about their parenting skills; this will also help establish that there are no good reasons for them keeping custody over

If you’ve been dealing with a narcissist for a while, chances are you’re probably wondering how to win a custody battle against them. Well, here’s the thing: it’s actually pretty easy!

To begin with, you need to make sure that your husband is not just a narcissist but also an abuser. Abuse is one of the most common reasons for divorce in America—and not just because of infidelity or abuse by the other spouse. Narcissists often abuse other people in their lives as well—especially their partners and children. If you can confirm that he is abusive, then you have a solid legal case against him.

You should also consider filing for child support payments if you want to get custody of your children back from him. This can help ensure that your kids will be cared for even if he does get custody of them. It also gives him incentive to pay child support because he knows that he could lose those payments if he doesn’t follow through on his responsibilities as a parent.

Finally, remember that there are ways around these things even if they’re not legally possible at this point in time (such as getting sole custody). You might want to take out a private loan so that you can hire an attorney without having to worry about paying