The Narcissistic Truths – No. 164


16 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 164

  1. Yes, yes I do. To my destruction. Or yes, yes I do. To the ultimate delight. What’s it gonna be HG? *tosses coin* You call it of course.

  2. BraveHeart says:

    First thought when looking at this picture – me and the ex-MN live 20 miles apart and it feels like the Grand Canyon is now between us (without the telephone cord being present). It’s that deep crevice that will exist for the rest of time between my kind and yours. I’ll just keep reading your blog (from my safe place) to learn all I need, without ever again feeling the need to cross to the other side.

  3. Maria says:

    about the above: i conveyed it wrong, this is probabily clearer:
    Is my most bigger fear among many others..

  4. Shirin says:

    Good evening HG,
    Were you always a at same school and cadre of narcissism? or have you reached this top category of narcissism as time passed?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hello Shirin, always been the same.

  5. Sarabella says:

    The “relationship” is just one endless threat. Never any love, good will, genuine respect and admiration. Never any true kindness or authenticity. Just one endless threat of some sort or another, even in a break, it always returns to the same. But always because you are fundamentally the enemy. Once you finally get that, its truly a colossal waste of life and time. There is no deeper meaning, no deeper level to go, no expansion of consciousness. Just a shallow, angry, bitter, rage filed center covered by sparkle and glitter.

  6. First thing that came to mind? “Them’s Fightin’ Words!” 🔫

    1. Love says:

      Wait! You can pack heat on this blog???
      Oh noooooo! Put a group of highly emotional (mostly women) empaths together. Add a narc or two. And let them carry a weapon??? Oh the carnage!

  7. NarcAngel says:


    Waaaay back in the beginning of the blog you note that if there is one thing that is tiresome, irks, and irritates you it is neediness. Can you expand on what you mean by that? What the person is displaying in their comment that denotes neediness to you? I ask because it may seem self-explanatory but what I see as neediness may not be your definition. I will say I’ve been plenty irked and irritated. Thank you.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Exhibiting a sense of entitlement to certain treatment when there is no such entitlement.

      1. NarcAngel says:

        In retrospect I see that I put you in a position by asking that. How were you to say:
        I find the constant need of some for validation that I really like them personally, and others, their insistence that their situation is unique/ interesting/urgent above all others, requiring I spend inordinate amounts of time addressing their needs with immediate answers, irritating and irksome without offending them and the integrity of the blog? We both know people seldom identify their behaviour as such and will continue to do so. Thank you for answering as best you could under the circumstances. I will endeavour not to display such behavior. Hey, so can you get back to me right away so I know you really like me?

      2. Love says:

        I tried hard to bite my tongue on this…. But I can’t hold it in anymore.
        Our sense of entitlement?!
        Dear lord, didn’t your kind write the book on entitlement?
        Does that mean you are the epitome of neediness?

  8. Maria says:

    As long as my soul is not given to the Evil One.
    That it is my major of my lesser fears.

  9. Flickatina says:

    For some, that’s the attraction.

  10. indiglowsky says:

    Well, that’s the excitement of it all, isn’t it. Will he nuke or tuke?

    1. Love says:


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