Jealousy and Joy

Jealousy and Joy by [Tudor, H G]

Does the narcissist experience joy? What does joy mean to him or her? Does he feel joy for himself, others or not all and if so, why? Why is jealousy such a rampant emotional state with those who are narcissistic? What is the cause of this jealousy and what purpose does it serve? Direct insight from the narcissistic sociopath HG Tudor who answers these questions and sheds light on many other facets of the motivations and behaviours of his kind through accessible and easy to understand observations and examples.





12 thoughts on “Jealousy and Joy

  1. Yay us!!! Joy and pain, sunshine and rain!

  2. Snow White says:

    Joy made me stop and look. What could possibly being you joy? Lol…Fuel and power, but I’m excited to see what else. And then jealousy from your perspective. I have to hurry and finish up my story so I can read this. Can’t wait. 😊

  3. Darkness Falls Again says:

    Do love a good book, lovely evening, and a glass of wine.
    Wasn’t sure how I was going to start the weekend off, now I do.
    I do love reading all you write HG!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you DFA.

  4. Fanks. H.G.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      U r welkum.

  5. K says:

    Football is not a zero sum game HG – 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. I’ve just read the first few pages on Amazon (look inside) and aside from that, proof read why don’t you!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It’s three points for a win. Has been for around thirty years. If one wins, they get nothing. Thus zero sum. As I stated who wants a draw? I don’t. I want the win.

  6. nikitalondon says:

    got it..Danke HG

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Bitte schon.

  7. SII says:

    I love having your books for the weekend. This title looks intriguing.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you SII.

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