Why Is Being A Target of Blame of a High Conflict Personality So Stressful? Guest Blog by Megan Hunter Whether you’re in a dispute with your brother, classmate, work colleague, spouse or even someone you don’t know, conflict is … Continue reading

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You Want Me to What? High Conflict Divorce Boundaries 101 Guest Blog by Andrea LaRochelle, Registered Family Mediator, High Conflict Separation & Divorce Strategist, New Ways for Families Trainer When you ask someone what he or she wants or needs, … Continue reading

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Calming Holiday Conflicts © 2016 Bill Eddy When family and friends gather for this holiday season, it can be a time of joy—and conflict. This year, after 18 months of a bruising campaign for President of the United States, there … Continue reading

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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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So, Can Personalities Change – or Not?  © 2016 Bill Eddy Question from Reader: On page 23 of It’s all your Fault at Work you mention that the key difference between high-conflict people and reasonable people is whether or not they look … Continue reading

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Trump Bubble Bursts? Not so Fast! © 2016 Bill Eddy It’s not a pretty picture. He has gone from loud and self-centered, to racist and demagogic, to obscene and pornographic. What we are watching is the over-reach of a high-conflict … Continue reading

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High Conflict Personalities in Employment Cases © 2016 John C. Edwards, Esq. It is expected and understood by most people in the legal profession that because of the intensely personal nature of the issues that come up in family law, … Continue reading

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Narcissists as Leaders: Good or Bad for Your Organization? © 2013 by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. Whether in business, politics or workgroups, there is a natural tendency to select narcissistic leaders. They are attracted to leadership roles as part of … Continue reading

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How Trump Projects Dishonesty onto Clinton ©2016 Bill Eddy With less than seven weeks to Election Day on November 8, Donald Trump has closed the gap with Hilary Clinton in the polls and has a good chance of becoming the … Continue reading

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How Do Your State’s Child Support Laws Stack Up?  Guest Blog by Ellice Halpern, J.D. ​Child support is often a major component of divorce agreements. What you may not know is how drastically legal minimums vary from state to state. Why … Continue reading

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