The Devil’s Toolkit

Learn what is used against you so it never happens again







27 thoughts on “The Devil’s Toolkit”

  1. I did not believe at first this blog would help me so much. I can now talk about my mother to my younger sister without being triggered and manipulated. I held my own for the first time in my team meeting last week. I am not working like a dog to keep my boss happy. I am not pleading for my partners approval. If HG wants a groupie I can be it quite happily.

  2. You’re only going to post certain comments to make me look insane… uh huh. I don’t care what your fan club thinks, you pile of crap!

    1. No, you’re doing that all by yourself. I’m removing the incoherent ones, the libellous ones and the ones which are nothing to do with narcissism, although shortly nothing will be posted.

      1. I had to step in for one moment. Mine eyes and brain doth hurt.


      2. Ummm! Most likely this is a MYB thing. With that said it is your blog… nobody is forced to be on it. So now I state the obvious, people should put things in written form if it will make them “look crazy.” Narcs are know to cherry pick. Giggling

      3. Wow HG. I SEE YOU is a disturbing individual. They must be very very disturbed as I have never seen you make a threat like that. I recall some pretty crazy commenters in the past.

        As your popularity grows it does not surprise me that you may have to block some people for just writing utterly hateful things directed at you. I think you have been very fair in letting it continue this far. No matter what you decide to do, don’t these hate filled people understand the old adage don’t shoot the messenger?

        People get down on you for having a “fanclub”. What they seem to forget is that this is rooted in your supplying us with validation of our feelings and information on how to process narcissistic behavior and thought processes. You have never claimed to be anything other than a narcissist. Even if allegations were true and you were several people on this forum, so what. It doesn’t change your message.

        Many people on here are attracted to narcissists. It should not be surprising that you would be found attractive to many as the intelligence level, leadership qualities, self confidence and your voice make it so. It’s easy for empaths to see those qualities first and place the negative qualities aside. We’ve done it in real life so why not be attracted to it virtually? You’ve said it a number of times, we are tertiary. Even if you did hook up with someone from here, that’s your business. No remarks from others about flirting with you or the like is taking away from what you are trying to do.

        WordPress allows you to block people for a reason. It will be justifiable if you choose to wield that power in this case, but you already know that.

      4. Thank you Jaeger. I do not block anybody, nor will I. I will however remove comments for the reasons I have explained previously. If someone who has been posting rubbish later offers something constructive or a reasoned opinion, I will post it – I have done that with Vashti and Claudia (probably others but those two immediately spring to mind).

    2. HG can defend himself, but if I may… when you gave a WP blog (I know because I do) you have to moderate and weed out SOME comments! Don’t take it personally! Perhaps start your own blog to vent… I will be one of your followers 😎

    3. I’m most likely out of line, but as a guest that has been allowed to post here, I have to say that you’re ruining my experience here. I don’t understand why youre insulting someone who wants to help those who have been hurt by his own kind, but I’m not in that.

      I just wish you wouldn’t ruin it for me.

      1. Misty, sometimes just ignoring someone like this will make them go away. I realize at times this is hard to do, simply don’t read their comment. Remember you are here for you. Don’t let someone else control or ruin that for you. Have a beautiful Sunday! 🌺

  3. Excellent Your suggestions on how to deal with narcissists are exactly what our organization advises to all our protective moms fighting in family court. The only situation harder than dealing with a narcissist in family court is dealing with a wealthy one. A narc is not beneath bribing and many courts are corrupt enough to accept. Sadly several moms within our org are in that situation.Thank you for all you are doing to raise awareness.

    1. I agree. The wealthy ones are the worst to deal with in the courts. I spent $98,000.00 from Oct 9 to Dec 12. Racketeering! Then another $30,000 in the following months. Thank you for all your support! Understanding is hard to find!

    2. PMAI, very interested in your comment, and I am not sure where exactly you work. In the UK there is an independent appeals process where another legal expert will look at the case, these are randomly allocated amongs several possible judges. I have never heard of this corruption in the UK. How dreadful that the courts can be corrupted so. Whenever I have been harassed or stalked I have always gone to great lengths not to “get on the stage” so to speak, once you respond the police assume its fifty fifty blame. Saying that I have been fortunate not to have children with a Narc.

      1. Oh, it is called racketeering. Very common in the us. You can buy whatever you want or whom ever. We are the people they make lifetime movies about. Just like that ch. my judge since 2009 everything takes place in chambers and he sits in open court to say he will not be hearing evidence.
        Boys club

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