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Are There Two Trumps? © 2016 Bill Eddy In March, before the primaries were over, I wrote a book titled Trump Bubbles: The Dramatic Rise and Fall of High-Conflict Politicians. In it I predicted that there was a 50-50 chance … Continue reading

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Violence and Mental Health © 2015 by Bill Eddy, LCSW, JD, CFLS We live in an age of overlap between legal and mental health problems. It is frequently said that there are more people with mental health needs in our … Continue reading

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Are high-conflict people increasing in your workplace? They can be customers who yell at employees and store owners. Employees who intentionally undercut their colleagues. Supervisors who are so disdainful that employees become depressed, physically sick or quit. They cost businesses … Continue reading

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2014 will be remembered for its high-conflict boundary disputes and attacks on innocent students. Russia invaded and annexed Crimea, while lying about it until it was over. Russia continues to equip rebels in the Ukraine, perhaps with similar intentions, again … Continue reading

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The following is an excerpt from the book: The Future of Family Court: Structure, Skills and Less Stress The Trouble with Making Decisions Most judges like making decisions and are very good at it. However, with high-conflict people, the issue’s … Continue reading

Posted in *Managing High Conflict People, *Parenting and Divorce, antisocial, borderline, child custody, conflict resolution, custody, custody dispute, divorce, family court, family law system, family system, HCP, histrionic, histrionic personality disorder, judicial officers, narcissictic personality disorder, narcissism, narcissistic, narcissists | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Last week I gave an all-day program in Seattle for lawyers for the Washington State Bar Association. This gave me the opportunity to describe the personality patterns of five high conflict personalities and methods for working with each one of … Continue reading

Posted in *Borderline Personality Disorder, *Managing High Conflict People, *Narcissistic Personality, antisocial, borderline, E.A.R. Statements, HCP, histrionic personality disorder, legal disputes, narcissistic, paranoid, target of blame | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Last week I gave a three-day intensive course in Managing High Conflict Personalities in Legal Disputes to 50 law students and legal professionals at Monash University Law Chambers in Melbourne, Australia. It was a very interactive group and the combination … Continue reading

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I have been asked to give some suggestions for dealing with a parent who constantly interrogates the children and the spouse like this: “Where are you going (the partner/child is just getting up from chair)? What did you choose that … Continue reading

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Maria’s Choice Since she couldn’t get Carlos to go to her therapist to try an Intervention, she decided to  tell Carlos that she’ll only have contact with him at her therapist’s office. She talked it over with her therapist. She … Continue reading

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Excerpted from It’s All Your Fault! In 2004, a study funded by the National Institutes of Health (N.I.H.) reported that 14.8% of the general population of the United States meets the criteria for the diagnosis of at least one personality disorder. Over … Continue reading

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