The Narcissistic Truths – No. 159

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8 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 159”

  1. So, I got nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award, and in turn, I was suppose to nominate a few other bloggers, and I was going to nominate you, Mr. H.G., but I didn’t know how a sociopath would react to this, and so I decided that you might think it was too below you, and retaliate against me. But, just so you know, I did think of you.

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  2. Wow ever since I’ve been reading all of the Articles you put out. It has really opened my eyes I will be leaving in my narcissistic husband after 21 years.
    Thank you

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    1. I love reading stories like yours, Michelle. Although I know your decision to leave isn’t an easy one and usually pretty painful, I applaud you for making that decision. I wish more men and women outside of HG’s blog could find it and make use of his wisdom. I try to promote it as much as possible, but there are still so many people who just don’t get it. Just like me, I had no knowledge whatsoever until finding this blog, and it truly opened my eyes, as well. I can see so clearly now how everything in my life happened and why and I can’t thank HG enough for shining such a bright light on my life.

      Stay strong, Michelle, and may you continue moving onward and up!

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  3. It works because you’re masters at refraining your bad behavior, or changing the context, the rules or whatever, to make things less offensive. It becomes gaslighting at its finest.

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  4. HG: Is it because of the narcissistic logic, that most of your commentators here worship and praise you although you tell them that you are evil? Is it because of some kind of cognitive dissonance? You are always polite and helpful. Do they suppress the truth, because you seem so polite? Sometimes it is difficult to bear the inferior behaviour of some of the commentators. And additionally I do not understand why many of them do believe each word you write. You say that you tell the truth and they think you are God. You even do not know yourself. It is fascinating. You mix truth with fantasy and it works. HG says, HG knows, HG ….I really think, that`s the point. The incredible mixture of truth and lie and the way you sell it. Or is it some kind of fear that makes them behave so inferior? Do not misunderstand me, I am a friend of courtesy but it is mixed too much with inexplicable adoration.

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    1. Mona, please don’t take offense, for I too, am a friend of courtesy. I don’t think I’d go so far as to say “most” (you did say “some” a little further in your comment) of the commentators worship and praise, HG. Yes, I agree a few do, but definitely not most. With that said, I have absolutely praise him for doing something that not too many others, including therapists, have ever done – especially for those of us on the opposite end of the spectrum. I praise his brilliant work (yes, I do believe what he has to say and I’m intelligent enough to know what he is). I praise him for the time he puts into all that he does and I especially praise him for communicating with “most” everyone when they do ask questions. I absolutely understand what you’re talking about, but most of us are here to learn and, so far in my life of 52 years, I haven’t learned a damn thing from anyone, until HG. So, if he’s lying, it’s helping me at least and I praise him for that.

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  5. Architects of Chaos. Your design, your rules. You know all the weak planks in the floor and side step each one to allow us to fall Threw them and fall into your dungeon.

    By the way, I just saw for the first time Its always sunny in Philadelphia. Oh my God, every character, each one is a narcissist. Cracked me up.

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