The Narcissistic Truths – No. 64


15 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 64

  1. I found that it is always a mixture of half truths and lies…the half truths are required to make things seem more plausible to you…especially if you know them well…there has to be enough present in order for you to fall for it…what ever it is that they want or need you to believe…

  2. Megan says:

    Does gray rock actually work or make matters worse as you become desperate for a reaction?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It will worsen matters initially as we fight to draw a reaction, that is why, if possible, you should move away from us. However, if maintained in the instant it will eventually cause us to seek fuel elsewhere. If you keep using it everytime we approach you, we perceive a lack of potential fuel and thus the bar is raised on the Hoover Execution Criteria.

  3. DFA says:

    I always know when someone is lying to me, in person, harder like this. It is at that moment I decide if I am going to lie to myself and give an excuse, call them out or walk away.
    Your kind now HG are by far harder to read, and I am sure you have mastered this to the point of no micro expressions shown. That and I have heard your voice enough to know it shows no hint unless you want it to. Very impressive. You truly are a master.

  4. Indy says:

    Truth, so relative anyway. I have had to let go of the need to know the truth, because it can be twisted in so many ways. These days, with the news being a crap shoot of what is real and not real, I tire of trying to find out what is true. I used to be a “truth warrior”, now I am a surfer on the waves of lies. All I know is the present moment. And, even that is debatable.

  5. Sail Away says:

    Isn’t this just the truth? N is texting and texting, begging to talk and tell me things. All of which will be charming lies. He does not realize I have proof of many of his lies already!


  6. Snow White says:

    I love the word believe. I bought wooden words that say that and we painted them and put glitter on them. They look beautiful on the Christmas tree.
    I hate that you found the word lie in it. Yuck!!!!!

  7. Megan says:

    -I knew he lied. A lot. About everything. He took a lie detector test. He passed. I knew he was still lying. This, of course, only further fueled his smear campaign, pinning me as paranoid and ungrateful, and him as forthcoming and devoted. I just want any validation. Please.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hello Megan. You know he lied, there is your validation. You have done nothing wrong. To deal with the smear campaign and understand who you should interact with following his smearing, do read Smeared.

      1. Love says:

        Aren’t lie detector tests based on heart rate, blood pressure, and perspiration? If you believe your own lies, then they become your reality. You will not have the normal side effects of lying, such as increased heart rate and nervousness. Mr. Tudor, do you think you could fool the test?

        1. HG Tudor says:


  8. So sadly everything we believe has a lie in it. 😭🐺

  9. 1jaded1 says:

    Will do, Pinocchio…Not.

  10. Insatiable Learner says:

    Dear H.G., do your kind ever tell the truth and is there a way to know when it’s the truth or a lie?

    1. HG Tudor says:


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