Canada and the U.S. Response
By Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.
Thanks for sharing your story. Your situation sounds similar to the California case I wrote about in High Conflict People in Legal Disputes in the 3rd chapter. In that case, a Father drove his car into the front of the building where the Mother worked. Then, he appealed his case based on “freedom of expression” (he lost, fortunately). What I’ve learned is that these extreme cases show up in all states and countries around the world. As a society, we need to learn how to contain this high conflict behavior, so that others don’t have to suffer. Best wishes.
Bill Eddy is a lawyer, therapist, and mediator. He is the co-founder and Training Director of the High Conflict Institute, a training and consultation firm that trains professionals to deal with high-conflict people and situations. He is the author of several books and methods for handling high conflict personalities and high-conflict disputes with the most difficult people.