The Book of Narcissism

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  1. JJ says:

    How do you know if your comments get posted? i wrote one earlier and haven’t seen it yet. Am I doing something wrong?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      They are in moderation JJ.

  2. Brandie says:

    I think I’m becoming obsessed w this Narcissism stuff.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Going down the rabbit hole often assists in understanding so long as it is this and not obsessing over your narcissist.

      1. yancosky says:

        You seem so kind, even though you’re a Sociopath. I feel Cognitive Dissonance and turned in two different directions. You seem really caring, but I know from a description of Sociopathy, that you are not kind…at all. You wish to harm in a very slow way; a very torturous way. But, your words sound kind, and even real. I want to like you, but I also want to loathe you. I want to admire you, but I also want to wholly forget of you. I wish to see you as a hero, but deep down, you are considered worse than a villain. I want to be on this blog site, but I also want to run for my very life. I think you are very nice, but I know you are very mean. I feel it is all so very clear to me in that it is all so very confusing.

  3. A Grimoire of Narcissism by HG Tudor is a must-have reference book that goes in depth regarding multiple definitions associated with Narcissist Personality Disorder (NPD) written from the perspective of HG Tudor who is a narcissist as part of his treatment program to better educate the world with NPD from his own perspective. I would recommend this as a must-have for those who seek to understand NPD behaviors and relationships. As I am not a mental health professional, I appreciate Tudor’s free-flowing explanations and am able to easily follow the meaning of specific terms as related to the narcissist point of view. Whenever I read a HG Tudor book (or any material on narcissism for that matter), I always have this book open to help me better navigate and understand what is being communicated from the narcissist point of view to gain understanding of the whole picture.

    I would recommend this book for anyone who may or may not be involved in a narcissist relationship, narcissist relationships survivors, mental health professionals who wish to relate the narcissist point of view to the DSM-IV, education professionals (as far as beginning to understand some behaviors of which go unchecked that may influence the classroom), parents and stepparents who seek to identify certain behavioral issues from such a perspective, and empaths to understand an outlook from the narcissist point of view for better awareness regarding terms associated with abusive relationships and patterns.

    In connection with this book review, I state I am NOT affiliated with HG Tudor and/or affiliates, nor did I receive any compensation, monetary or otherwise, by HG Tudor and/or affiliates pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Guidelines or otherwise. All thoughts and opinions herein are my own and not influenced by HG Tudor and/or its affiliates and I assume no liability whatsoever including, but not limited to, the accuracy or representation presented herein.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you Sarah, I hope that has been added on Amazon as well.

      1. But of course!

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