Adored and Abhorred

Adored and Abhorred by [Tudor, H G]

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14 thoughts on “Adored and Abhorred

  1. Copious amounts would be the best answer, if you choose to accept.

  2. It seems, although maybe I’m projecting, that you would internally laugh as they subconsciously follow your movements, that surely is worth a dollop, no?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      If their movements are appreciative for example then there would be fuel in that way, yes.

      1. Well then I’ll make a move and tell you I’m appreciative of you, your blog, your books and your interaction. Surely there is some fuel from me to you N’est-ce pas?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Yes there is FTW, thank you. Do you know how much though?

  3. I came to the awareness that I mimic others, at times, not to manipulate, but rather because my sense of self-identity is fleeting and fragile, and I actually think I am the person in whom I mimic, at times. I begin to take on their personality without even knowing it because I somehow become “them”. I do it with characters in books which I read, television characters, real-life people, and even my nighttime dream images. I have done so since at least 13 years of age.

  4. Starr says:

    My ex told me that he also mimicks people’s movements . Not only emotion but movement as well . For example he told me as I child he saw a woman do a certain walk on the television screen and he randomly started doing the same walk and it scared his mom and she told him not to ever do that again . So he says he thinks his mom knows something isn’t right but she would never confront him about it and she will always take up for him .

    Can you relate as to mimicking movement ?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I mimic the way people sit when I am seducing them or the way they stand. So if they sit up straight, so do I. If the are leaning on the bar with their right elbow, I will do so with my left elbow and so forth.

      1. This is a common psychological practice. It makes sense you would do this as it is a part of mirroring. You do it in order to make people feel comfortable and if you do it in a period of time sitting or standing with them, they will start to subconsciously follow your movements. It’s actually interesting to watch if you are aware you are doing it. Do you get fuel from that type of subconscious control HG?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Not fuel FTW, the control allows the extraction of the fuel, but the control is necessary.

        2. AH OH says:

          French toast I do this. I watch the body language of people I engage with, it is important for me. I also will pay attention to my own. I love the skill of being able to read body language and I love french toast too. I am by no means an expert but I am skilled at being keen and aware of shuttle movements. >

  5. Maddie says:

    I’m on Elated and Eroded… why the girl “it” had to be punished for what she did to Your brother? Is that because his reaction (fuel ) was caused by her when she laughed and humiliated him? Or was that because You actually cared for Lennox? I know
    You said to dr O You don’t care for people… I’d appreciate if You could clarify xxx

    1. HG Tudor says:

      The opportunity for fuel was not one which could be passed over and it also afforded an opportunity to punish Lesley for her behaviour. It was not about caring for Lennox but rather using a situation involving him as the foundation for unleashing manipulations against Lesley and gain fuel from her.

      1. Maddie says:

        Thank You for the answer x

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