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About trallallero

  • Birthday 03/26/1970

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  • Location Karlsruhe
  • Nationality italian
  • Gender Male
  • Year of birth 1970
  1. My (future ex) wife asked me to change the Familienkasse so that she gets the money. I said no (for many good reasons). She falsified my signature and she told me that (smart). So I went to the Familienkasse office, told them that the signature is not mine and all is blocked. The kids don't get the money. I asked her to sign so that I can get it again and pay school, sport, etc but she refused. What can I do? Is it a crime? Shall I go to the police?   Another proof of her narcissism...
  2. Narcissistic Personality Disorder at home

      I read your first link, thanks, and it proves again that she is a narcissist, maybe not an NPD but an N for sure. I'm pretty sure she has truly loved me till some years ago and this disorder came up later when she realized she's getting older and without a job career. Now the peak is really high and she is 40 yo.   But, as said, I don't need psychiatric help as I've already sent her away once and lived alone with my kids for 6 months. I could do the same again, suffering but I could it, no problems. What I need is a good lawyer and... money to pay him. No, no him, I would prefer a female and misogynist lawyer   
  3. Narcissistic Personality Disorder at home

      Ah ok, so it turns out now that I am the narcissistic one    And you are diagnosing me exactly as I'm diagnosing my wife. With the little difference that you don't know me and we have not been partners for 18 years.
  4. Narcissistic Personality Disorder at home

      You probably don't know that the best person that could diagnose an NPD is the partner and I'm 100% sure she has it (I could tell you recent stories and you would confirm). What do you mean with "I have this in-law...we actually keep a journal..." ?   I cannot seek the help for her because she "is ok" as you probably know. For me, I don't need any help beside the one of a lawyer. If it's possible to "send her away", I'll do it, if not, I will think about another solution. The only thing I don't want to do, is to waste money without solving the problem and an insurance would help.  
  5. Narcissistic Personality Disorder at home

      Yes I know but thanks for the info. My plan, in fact, is to get an insurance now but to start the process after the summer holidays. For the T&C... I'll ask the help of a friend of mine. I asked here if someone has experience because there could be some hidden trap, you know.  
  6. Narcissistic Personality Disorder at home

    I update the thread: I've got an appointment with the Jugendamt for the 8 June.   A question: does someone have experience with Familienrecht Rechtsschutzversicherung ? I don't know if it's the right name but I mean an insurance that covers the cost of the lawyer in case of separation/divorce/alimony.   I've found this and all costs seem to be covered but... is it true?
  7. I guess I'm the only one in Bruchsal, but is there someone around Karlsruhe? I'd like to meet some new human being and share some thought, drink some good beer, play pool, whatever.
  8. Hi all, after some years of stress, problems, separations, reunification, "I love you", "leave me alone", etc and just after having bought a house, I realized that my wife has a NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder) and, of course, it's my fault.   Even though I showed her that her personality matches all the points of the NPD, she obviously refuses to admit to have a problem and rather insists that I'm the bad one. We have 2 kids, we just moved to a house and she decided, again, that we will be in house separated. That means: she claims to be left free, alone and independent but without responsibilities as I will still bring and pick up one kid to school, I will still pay all, I will still cook when she is not home or when she doesn't want to, I will still fix stuff, I will still manage the wood for the heating, I will still be her lover when she has desire, etc. In few words: after having been really separated for 6 months (me with the kids and she alone in London), she learned that "really separated" is too hard for her (and she was alone, imagine it with 2 kids).   Before buying the house, we were like two fresh lovers but, again, suddenly, she pushed me away arguing that "I don't make her happy", that she doesn't love me anymore and other bad stuff just to satisfy her vanity.    I tried to tell her that maybe, instead of only nails, hair and selfies, finding an interesting hobby to practice could be a good idea, but no way.   How can I deal with it?