How did you get them to leave?

How did you get them to leave?

How did you get your narcissistic husband to leave the family home?  I cannot and will not leave, as the home is co-owned by my sibling and me. There are children and pets involved, also.  Thank you.

5 thoughts on “How did you get them to leave?

  1. He did it too himself. I put a key lock on my bedroom door and 3 nights in a row he found some way to open it. I basically went crazy (temporarily) and he then called the cops on me! When I told the cop the story he asked him to leave and not return. 3 weeks later I asked him to show me how he did it. He had loosened the hinges so he was able to jiggle the door to make it go open. All I said was , THAT WAS SCARY and he said I KNOW THATS WHY I DIDNT WANT TO SHOW YOU! SMDH. Narc Free since Jan 2016 but unfortunately still have to see him. Final divorce was Aug. 2016

  2. I left it and he pd me the equity. He moved his mother in and used it to say she needed a place to live when he told his family no from the start. I’m the one that said she’s your mom we have to let her stay. He had her paperwork filled out to move into an apartment until I told him I was filing after my daughters caught him cheating. His mom was out of the house within weeks. He lied to everyone saying he had a work conference in Chicago when he was in a hotel an hour away. Called our son to show him the skyline of Chicago..aka an hour away and said he was just 2 blocks up from the hotel we stayed in ladt summer. Then told everyone I kicked his mom out and emptied the house while he was gone. His family who had been mine 4 20 yrs just believe him and never reached out to me. Psycho! Unfortunately Im still trying to Co parent with him. It’s a nightmare. Kids know he lies, they have caught him but hes their dad. Their therapist says they will get tired of it, but I’m not so sure. Its exhausting, just get out of there.

  3. Obviously everyone’s case and narc is different but I stood my ground and refused to leave. Got half the house etc after nearly a year… But –
    During that time we moved in and out according to when we had our son. This was almost 50% – I foolishly agreed to follow his older children’s schedule for a couple of weeks while he got his head together. That became status quo, he refused to change it, and I ended up losing even more time with my son when he fought for 50/50 custody (and of course the courts could see nothing wrong with this wonderful father who simply wanted to see his child). Result for him – no maintenance to pay, half the house and equal ‘control’ over our young son.

    Moral of my story is – you never know what game they are playing. I lost time with my son and have to hand him to his dad 3 times a week when he doesn’t want to go. My ex loves him but never wanted to spend time with him. I’m sure he just gets others to look after him. I stood my ground on the house, only to suffer a year of continued games and abuse by living in the same house, and to lose the most important battle.
    Good luck x

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