Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder


Ultimatums are often counterproductive. They’re coercive when they’re delivered in the usual demanding fashion, and coercion frequently inflames stubbornness and resistance. It leaves the recipient of the ultimatum with two unpleasant choices: either comply with my demand and be resentful, or disobey and suffer the consequences.




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