Award-Winning Author Helps Mothers Battle Narcissists in Family Court Custody-Wars
Wroldson has fought her own custody battle in U.S. Family Court for ten years and expects to fight for ten more.
Grace Wroldson, mother, author, survivor, and life coach, has fought long and hard to get where she is today, and she knows she still has a long battle ahead of her. Wroldson was with an alcoholic, which was a challenge itself, but the real challenges came in family court and co-parenting. Now, she has written five books to help other women navigate the treacherous landscape of dealing with alcoholics, narcissists, and sociopaths. She also offers coping tools for loving an alcoholic and breaking free of codependency forever.
Her most recent books are Co-Parenting with a Narcissist: 7 Self-Rules to Stay Sane (A Survivor’s Story), How-To Fight a Narcissist in Family Court and Win: Super-Smart Strategies for Success, and Co-Parenting with a Sociopath: Survival and Sanity Guide. All three books were written after Wroldson lost legal custody of her child in 2020 and then learned how to fight back in court using strategy to win protections for her child and peace of mind for herself.
In her books, Wroldson offers hard-won tips and strategies she learned over the past decade fighting for custody of her child. Wroldson had many obstacles in her way. Her ex, a wealthy alcoholic narcissist who has the means to continue to draw out the high-conflict custody battle can’t stop and won’t stop the post-separation abuse. She takes readers candidly through her painful journey, showing mothers that they are not alone. Further, she lets readers know that these men are predictable and can be beaten at their own games. Legal and financial abuse is part of the predicted patterns and needs to be planned for, she says.
To get fairness and to get free, she had to recover herself from the toxic, codependent relationship after she realized that she had tried hundreds of different ways to love her alcoholic ex, none of which worked. The relationship was a painful struggle for fifteen years. But that struggle led Wroldson to her purpose in life—to help other women and mothers cope, win, face failures, find peace, and teach the “Self-Love Solution.”
“I want to help other mothers who are fighting for their children and their rights, know that they are not alone. Looking back, if I had done a few different things, I wouldn’t have lost my first custody trial. There are crucial strategies that are very specific for dealing with a narcissist and/or sociopath to implement. My goal is to keep children safe and mothers sane while they survive the injustice, a war, and legal battles.”
By sharing her strength and truth in her books, Wroldson helps women shift, change, heal, grow, learn, and transform themselves and their circumstances. She reminds women that they have a choice to love themselves. She attained health, wellness, sanity, and freedom with the lessons she teaches. Her lessons have helped women break what she calls the “codependent spell,” unlocking confusion and conveying the truth that—knowledge is power and freedom is the gift we give ourselves.
Ultimately, Wroldson’s mission is to spare children from alcoholic homes or save them from abusive, toxic, narcissistic/sociopathic parents while reminding war-torn mothers that they do have rights.
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