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Turns out, in my case, one of us is. I'll let you guess which one . And robinchap1 is so right. Disengaging is very powerful. It's too easy to get sucked into bickering over incidents. For me, it often turned into a semantic battle. And it often isn't about the incident itself, but the other person's attempts to manipulate you or the situation. When you refuse to engage, they lose that power.
Yeah, my ex has rewritten a lot of history, trying to paint a picture of himself as a caring, involved father. Whatever.
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