Tag: Reasons for Divorce
Divorcing Someone With Paranoid Personality Disorder: What You Need to Know
We’ve talked a lot in recent years here on The Kronzek Firm’s family law blog, about narcissism. But the truth is, that’s not the only personality disorder that can complicate a divorce and add serious conflict to the process of a divorce or custody case here in Michigan. There are numerous others that can make […]
Did Your Narcissistic Spouse Ruin The Holidays (Again)? Are You Finally Ready to File For Divorce?
There are many, many reasons why being married to a narcissist is an awful experience. In addition to the ‘walking-on-eggshells’ reality that makes up every minute of your day, you have to put up with being verbally abused, undermined, and emotionally attacked on a regular basis. And don’t forget the ongoing gaslighting that makes up […]
Is Your Spouse Really a Narcissist? What if They’re Just a Really Selfish Jerk?
The term ‘narcissist’ gets thrown around a lot these days, and used to refer to just about anyone who shows signs of being conceited, selfish, or unkind. Teens use it to describe their parents when they aren’t getting what they want from them. Adults use it to describe greedy bosses, mean spouses, and family members […]
Trauma Bonding: Why it’s so Hard to Leave The Narcissist in Your Life (Pt 2)
Welcome back and thanks for joining us again here at The Kronzek Firm. We’ve been discussing trauma bonding, and why victims of emotional abuse have such a hard time leaving their narcissistic spouses. So far in the previous article, we looked at what trauma bonding is, and the role it plays in an abusive relationship. […]
Trauma Bonding: Why it’s so Hard to Leave The Narcissist in Your Life (Pt 1)
Being married to a narcissist is an exercise in futility and self delusion. You tell yourself you love them so much that you just can’t let go. You blame yourself for everything that’s wrong in the relationship. You believe that if only you could do the right thing or make the right choices or say […]
Is it Normal to Fall Out of Love With Your Spouse After Years of Marriage?
It certainly seems to be pretty normal in books and movies these days – people get married when they’re desperately in love and can’t imagine a future without one another. But over time that passion cools, and is replaced by the mundane trappings of daily life. Spouses wake up one day and realize that they’ve […]
Are Divorce Rates Rising in Response to The Coronavirus Lockdown?
The Kronzek Firm PLC is up and running during this health emergency. Our attorneys are doing virtual consultations and accepting new clients while we continue providing service to our existing clients. You can reach our main office in Lansing by calling (517) 886-1000. Our social media accounts are a storm of political rants regarding how […]
Do Online Affairs Count as Cheating? (And Can They Lead to Divorce?)
If you recall, a couple of weeks ago we published an article about the Netflix Documentary ‘Life 2.0’ which follows several different people using the online gaming platform Second Life. One couple on the documentary were a couple who met online and had a sustained online affair before meeting in person to take their relationship […]
Marital Fighting: When is it Healthy Fighting, And When is it Abuse? (Pt 2)
Hi there and welcome back. We’re having a discussion about fighting styles, and how fights can actually be healthy for your relationship, as long as you conduct yourself in a certain way during the argument. As we mentioned in the previous article, it’s not whether you fight that is an indicator of your marriage’s health, […]
Marital Fighting: When is it Healthy Fighting, And When is it Abuse? (Pt 1)
That title might have you scratching your head a little bit. Healthy fighting? Since when can having a fight be healthy, especially for a married couple? Actually it can! Believe it or not, there are certain instances when fighting can actually make your relationship stronger, and help you work certain issues out in an open […]