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Borderline Personality Disorder and Divorce

Today’s Ask Carolyn addresses Borderline Personality Disorder and how it can affect the divorce process. Borderline Personality is a Cluster B personality disorder characterized by unstable behavior, moods, and relationships. BPD is challenging to deal with in relationships, and can become even more difficult during divorce.   Dear Carolyn, My custody file is at least a …

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Here are 5 more crazy divorce stories!
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5 More Crazy Divorce Stories

One of my most popular posts last month was about crazy divorce stories, including the incredible saga that was the Wee Man’s Chronic Tacos custody hearing. Since so many people have been enjoying them, I’ve dug around the internet and found five more crazy divorce stories to delight and appall you. Fighting Dirty An ex-wife …

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Crazy divorce stories to make you feel better about yours.
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7 Crazy Divorce Stories to Give You Perspective

There’s nothing quite like divorce to bring out people’s true colors (except maybe Monopoly), so unsurprisingly, there’s a lot of crazy divorce stories floating around. Below, attorneys, ex-spouses, and family members from Reddit share some of the ridiculous antics and plot twists they’ve witnessed, with stories ranging from hilarious to horrifying. If you think your …

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Can My Wife’s Ex Stop Her Visitation?

Dear Carolyn, Hi, how are you? I have a question, my wife and I wanted to spend time with my stepson this summer but the father won’t let her get him. Can he stop her visitation?   Carolyn Answers…. Greetings. I am assuming there must be a custody order regarding your stepson that does not …

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Munchausen’s by Proxy in Child Custody

Dear Carolyn, I have a strange question for you Carolyn. In fact, it is almost unbelievable. My ex-wife and the mother of my precious child constantly fabricates that the child is ill. The child is constantly taken to the doctor with the Mother saying that the child had a fever “last night.” The doctor cannot …

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