Mediation might not be optimal for those whose spouse suffers from narcissism, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, or other mental health issues.
There are many couples who were on the precipice of divorce before this pandemic roared into our lives. For them, this crisis may have put things in perspective.
The coronavirus pandemic is playing out in ways none of us could have predicted, and the financial and emotional toll on many families is enormous.
Personality disorders, bipolar disorder in particular, can wreak havoc on a relationship and make dating difficult. But they don’t have to.
Divorce is often difficult for children to process, and recoupling adds another layer to the stressors that a child is already undergoing as a result of substantial changes in his or her day-to-day routine.
There are a few things you can do to legally protect yourself and your finances when married or proceeding through a divorce with a spouse who suffers from bipolar disorder or another mania-related disorder.