Megan was a financially independent career woman on the rise in the financial markets of Sydney when she met her husband to be.  She moved to London and later Hong Kong to support his career, where he climbed to the pinnacle of Investment Banking, while she too worked in the frenetic financial markets. 

Their life was lived in the fast lane, with first-class travel, maids and limousines part of her daily life. Gradually over time, there was a feeling something was not right, as her husband’s behaviour began to change. He began to constantly criticise every part of her life, making her feel she was a failure.

During her troubled pregnancy, after seven years together, at her most vulnerable, her husband’s bad behaviour escalated.  Sadly, she found herself discarded with their 8 week-old daughter, as her husband suddenly announced their marriage was over.  She thought life could not get any worse – but it did!  

This is why this book is a MUST READ.

Megan will guide you from an insider’s perspective, on every step you must take to remain strategically ahead of your narcissist partner –at all times

Megan’s book WILL transform your life.


Jan - London

Jan – Retired Marketing Director

Knowing Megan is there, even on the other side of the world, has kept me focused on trying to get a fair divorce settlement. With Megan’s encouragement I have managed to find the strength to continue to fight

Diana - Chicago

Diana’s  – Medical Professional

Thanks to Megan’s expertise, I realize that I am a beautiful person and I deserve to be loved and treated with respect and a life full of happiness. I will forever be grateful to Megan. 

Mel - Sydney

Melanie     Company Director

This book is an outstanding read. I can’t thank Megan enough in her work as she has honestly helped us have our life back to a normal we never thought we could. 

Kim - Singapore

Kim  – Stockbroker

“Thanks to Megan’s book I was able to free myself from my engagement to my narcissist.  I was so lucky to have Megan in my corner.

Why I Wrote This Book?


  • To be your compass, to guide you through the darkness into the light.
  • To comfort you and support you when you feel you can’t continue.
  • To prepare you for your divorce, as nobody can understand what you are and will experience unless they have lived it – as I have.