Are you or somebody you know chained to the narcissist? Are you a co-dependent? What does this mean? How did you become this way? How does the narcissist know what you are? How does the narcissist exploit this condition and how might you escape him? These questions and more are posed and answered in this fascinating book. Delivered direct from the dark-hearted master, the narcissist provides his unique observations on those who are co-dependent and find themselves chained to the narcissist.





8 thoughts on “Chained

  1. EscapeArtista says:

    This one is really blowing my mind.

  2. horseyak says:

    I think I am chained to this website.

  3. Amy S. says:

    He is making my work life miserable… I hate him!

    1. giulia says:

      Amy, is he your boss or something like that? Do you work in a team?
      If you don’t have to listen to him then you are half way there.
      Write in detail what he does to you and how that makes you feel and why.
      Take back control of your emotions

      1. Amy S. says:

        He isn’t my boss but a work colleague. He prevents anyone from talking to me, triangulates the only 3 females that are in the office so I have no friends, probably smears me too. Hovers around and goes into rage if I talk to another guy. He bullies all males at my office so none of them talks to me. It’s all a mess. Anyway, I’m fine today. Sometimes feel down, but have got used to it now.

  4. Stephanie Farlow says:

    I know all empath’s are codependent’s too but I know I am not a straight up codepent only. The reason I know is because when I became primary source Satan was in the process of devaluing and discarding a woman that was very much a codependent only. She deteriorated horribly. I see all of this in hindsight. I believed everything he said about her. He even called her an emotional vampire ! Oh the irony. How stupid I was. Still wanna read this book. I am sure it is valuable.

    1. Marva says:

      not every Empath is codependent, she probably is a highly sensitive person. A person who’s highly sensitive can deteriorate not only emotionally but physically too, doesn’t mean she’s codependent. Individuals with BPD are usually Codependent yet develop Narcissistic behavior.

      1. Stephanie Farlow says:

        100 percent not an empath. Definitely a codependent. Understand that I got to know her intimately while he was in the process of devaluing her because at that point him and I were in friend only mode. He introduced me to her and I too became friends with her but as soon as he was ….I too cut her out of my life. Now he was the one that insisted upon this hindsight she was very draining to be around especially for me. Don’t get me wrong , a lot was due to what he did to her but I was totally clueless at the time. Anyway I never thought borderline before but I think that is a possibility even though victims of this will sometimes appear borderline. She was not malicious at all. I have a borderline in my life a malignant one and very comorbid with Narc tendencies . She is malicious but walks around as if she is the sweetest person around. Scary

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