Tag: Abuse in Divorce

Resilience: Attitudes and Skills

Resilience: Attitudes and Skills

Resilience depends on supportive, responsive relationships and mastering a set of capabilities that can help us respond and adapt to adversity in healthy ways: . . Personal Control Resilient people focus on events over which they have some influence or control rather than adopting what researchers have referred to as a “victim’s mentality” and constantly […]

30th April 2015 | By More
Litigational Abuse

Litigational Abuse

. Litigational Abuse . . . Definition: Deliberate, protracted litigation, of actions that have little or no merit, with the vexatious and/or frivolous intent to harass or subdue an adversary. Legal victimisation, intended to impose severe psychological stress and financial ruin. Falsification of evidence and improper manipulation of the legal system. Read Economic Abuse Effects: […]

25th March 2015 | By More