“I’m done.” “I quit.” “I can’t do this anymore.” “I give up.” It’s exhausting trying to raise children with someone who hates you, so you’re done. Done fighting. Done placating. Done brainstorming ways to make it better. Done taking the high road. Divorce is hard at the best of times, but when you divorce someone who may have a high conflict personality, it’s a whole new ball game of hell. Daily emails that read like novels about how you are the world’s worst parent; how you are destroying your children with your horrific controlling behaviors; sentence after sentence about how your children would be better off without you: these are indications that your divorce is high conflict. You need to be strong, disengage from the mud-slinging, and secure boundaries, and a clear and concise method for communication that keeps you safe and drama free. ‘I’m Done: Take Control of Your High Conflict Divorce’ will give you everything you need to understand who you are co-parenting with, how to co-parent with them, and a little bit of your sanity back during this insane time.