How to co-parent with a bullying ex?

May 31, 2019 Off By idswater

How to co-parent with a bullying ex?

Co-parenting with a bullying ex is all about conflict management. You’ll never turn your mean-spirited former spouse into a reasonable person, but you can learn ways to dial down the conflict and manage your own reactions. Read on to find out how. Let go of the fantasy that your ex will change.

Why does my ex bully me all the time?

Bullying exes love sending nasty emails and texts! It’s an easy, lazy way of engaging in warfare and offloading whatever anger and shame they might be feeling onto you. Don’t take the bait and respond in kind.

What happens when your partner tries to bully you?

Relationships are about compromise, and if your mate uses this strategy against you it could render you frustrated and powerless. Before you jump, make sure you are meeting your partner’s desires when appropriate.

Why does my ex avoid talking to me?

Your ex avoids you because he or she is disinterested in conversing with you. In other words, talking to you would make your ex feel “awkward,” hence why avoiding you seems like the wisest idea. Hypothetically, put yourself in the shoes of a dumper and imagine that you’re breaking up with your partner.

Co-parenting with a bullying ex is all about conflict management. You’ll never turn your mean-spirited former spouse into a reasonable person, but you can learn ways to dial down the conflict and manage your own reactions. Read on to find out how. Let go of the fantasy that your ex will change.

Bullying exes love sending nasty emails and texts! It’s an easy, lazy way of engaging in warfare and offloading whatever anger and shame they might be feeling onto you. Don’t take the bait and respond in kind.

How long has my Ex been cyber bullying ME?

As someone who has endured nine years of cyber harassment from an ex, I’ll tell you what it’s like. It’s degrading, bile-producing, and blood pressure-spiking. This post was published on the now-closed HuffPost Contributor platform.

Relationships are about compromise, and if your mate uses this strategy against you it could render you frustrated and powerless. Before you jump, make sure you are meeting your partner’s desires when appropriate.