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Divorce Conversations for Women


Nov 5, 2021

Our guest today is Tina Swithin, Author and Family Court Advocate. Tina founded One Mom’s Battle after navigating a high-conflict divorce in the California Family Court System. Rhonda and Tina discuss the importance of documentation, preparation, and strategy to take on these difficult domestic abuse cases. Grab a pen - you’ll want to take notes!



Connect with Tina:

 

Company Website - www.onemomsbattle.com 

 

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/onemomsbattle 

 

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tinaswithin/ 

 

Twitter - @onemomsbattle 

 

Instagram - @onemomsbattle 

 

YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI4AhUPJiUSU_wqtSqRoaOw



About Tina:

 

In 2009, One Mom’s Battle (OMB) began with one mother, Tina Swithin, navigating a high-conflict divorce in the California Family Court System while in pro per. When Tina named her blog, “One Mom’s Battle,” she truly felt alone and isolated in her journey. After going public with her story in 2011, Tina quickly realized that she was not alone, and that narcissistic abuse affects both men and women. Tina champions children’s rights - versus mother’s rights or father’s rights.  Tina has now dedicated her life to raising awareness on narcissistic personality disorder and its impact on victims and, on the family court system. 



In the fall of 2019, Tina successfully terminated her ex husband's parental rights which is no small feat in the California family court system. Tina has chosen to assume the title of survivor versus victim and has become an advocate for change in the Family Court System. Tina believes that the courts have lost sight of their primary focus, which should be the best interest of the children and are too focused on mothers’ rights and fathers’ rights. Tina believes that children are suffering unnecessarily due to the lack of education on the front lines and behind the judicial bench. Tina works tirelessly to raise awareness of the issues in the Family Court System and to educate the court system on Narcissistic Personality Disorder and other Cluster B personality disorders such as Borderline Personality Disorder and Antisocial Personality Disorder. Tina has written a series of books under the title, "Divorcing a Narcissist.”