Treasured and Tormented


An unrivalled journey into the depths of the narcissistic mind. Understand why the narcissist will treasure you and then in the blink of an eye unleash a litany of torments against you. Learn about how the narcissist thinks and acts as you are granted a unique insight into the world of the narcissist and his machinations.




17 thoughts on “Treasured and Tormented

  1. superxena says:

    HG! Interesting to see your favourite authors. Actually when I started reading your blog..I had the need to read again Franz Kafka’s book “Methamorfosis” specially when I read your article( I do not recall the name) where you describe a “normal” day for you and the way your need fuel controlled “the creature”. And you stated that your need of fuel was a ” curse”. I like Methamorfosis because it describes how it feels: ” Not belonging” …weaking up one day as an ” insect”. Have you read that book?
    Another author that I had the need to read again ( because of your articles) was Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil…which I think you said you have not read?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I’ve read Metamorphosis. My favourite of his is The Castle

      1. superxena says:

        I have read Metamorphosis..not the Castle( which I think is an unfinished novel?)Do You read Kafka’s books on their original language? German?

        1. HG Tudor says:


          1. superxena says:

            Oh! I see…

  2. Angelic says:

    The title say it all.

  3. strongerwendy says:

    Oh to see the details on the ROI- even after expenses- your books, blog and private consultations bring in. Your CAC is very low and your LTV (the juicy one) must be amazing based on doling out the books in small, enticing increments (intermittent reinforcement that we empaths clamor for) rather than releasing all over us at once. Brilliant – of course.

    Annoyingly, but almost irresistably, I caved and got Kindle unlimited so I could read all your books… justified to myself, since I love to read anyway, that I can also read everything else too. Do you have any favorite authors Mr. Tudor?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Yes I do.

      1. strongerwendy says:

        Which authors are your favorite?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Bret Easton Ellis, Philippa Gregory, Irvine Welsh, Ian Banks, Franz Kafka and HG Tudor. In no particular order.

          1. strongerwendy says:

            Thanks ☺

          2. strongerwendy says:

            The Other Boleyn Girl is one of my favorite books. I’ve read it several times and it never gets old. And loved Trainspotting (and the movie) tough read at first since it is written in a thick accent, but once your mind gets used to it, it flows (kind of like Huckleberry Finn with the thick southern American accents used). I like to read several books simultaneously so I’ll check out the others.

            By the way, my ex narc didn’t like my reading to take attention away from him. It’s very nice to be able to read in peace again.

    2. Curious says:

      Philippa gregorys books are good 😉 Historical romance with some spice lol

      1. Curious says:

        The other boleyn girl was my fav. Annes execution anniverary was may 19th btw. I did up a nice tribute for her on facebook. Id love to visit her Hever castle one day where she spent some of her childhood. Off on a tangent 🙂

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Hever castle is good. There’s some excellent jousting and re enactment to be had there

    3. Curious says:

      I love the look of Hever castle with the water feature around it and the mazes. Its beautiful! I see where they do quite a bit there and you can stay overnight as well. On my wish list!
      Ironically one of Henry viiis wives was given that castle as part of the agreement when they divorced. Anne of Cleaves. She was the least liked and made off with her head and 5 castles lol

      1. Curious says:

        Anne of Cleves

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