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17 thoughts on “EVIL

  1. Geminimom got a link?

  2. scarletinside says:

    Hi HG
    Your YouTube channel said we could raise questions or ideas here in your blog. I am part of the bdsm lifestyle as well as a super empath. I feel a bit silly asking this seemingly egotistical question but

    Is it possible that a Narc who cannot get his way out of you will try as some sort of last ditch effort to kind of…change you?

    If we look at empaths as light and narcissists as dark, will they Sometimes try to convince you that you are the same and convert you? Here is where things get weird as it involves the wrong kind of satanism…but to keep it shorter…

    Does this make sense to you?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hello Scarletinside and welcome. Feel free to ask what ever you wish.

      We are looking to change you and cause you to bend to our will all of the time, absolutely.
      There are many instances where we make you a confidante (or more accurately create the appearance of doing this) in order to draw you into our world. This might be done under the auspices of converting you into some kind of religion, cult, group or way of thinking.

      1. scarletinside says:

        Thank you for a quick response. Yes this makes sense. My Dominant hid his mental abuse behind his role but would absolutely lose it when he didn’t get any reactions out of me or when I wouldn’t tell him what I was thinking. That’s when I began to suspect he had npd. He even tried to confess to me, the night we broke up, that he uses fear and manipulation to secure his investments and he wants to change that. This was after the attempt to recruit me to the church of satan and convincing me I’m a psychic vampire failed. So my interpretation of that being all bullshit was correct. Yay me. Thanks!

      2. Geminimom says:

        HG I posted this comment with scarlet on my instagram. With your website included.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Thank you.

  3. Sniglet says:

    I find it ironic that I came here to learn about somebody else, and in the process I may have stumbled across something entirely different. Not entirely unexpected, but more of a confirmation of sorts. Things I questioned many times in the past make more sense now. Overwhelming to say the least! Call it “Sniglet’s Discovery with A Twist”.

    This is all your fault HG. Ha Ha.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Never my fault, although that discovery sounds like a good name for a cocktail.

      1. Sniglet says:

        First time for everything and today is your day. I don’t drink alcoholic beverages. I could however create an exotic cocktail and possibly dedicate it to your writings about narcissism. 100% of the profits will be mine.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          You were doing so well until the last sentence.

  4. Indy, I work in a mental health substance abuse clinic, and one of my colleagues identified my ex as a Narc, and I didn’t even think he could be one because he lacked many of the things I heard about Narcs, especially looks, but she told me to find a male therapist, and I searched high and low and couldn’t find one, until I happened upon H.G.’s facebook page. Glad I did. I haven’t purchased Evil yet, but I will definitely get it to go along with my others. I

    1. HG Tudor says:

      HG approves NOA and I am pleased to note that my work has been providing you with clarity.

    2. Indy says:

      Isn’t great to have people that get it? I was quite fortunate to have my colleagues and be trained by an excellent clinician hat sent me to HG when she my ex was likely a narcissist. I, too, didn’t think mine was fully narcissist as he didn’t have the somatic traits (more classic definition). Nice to see other mental health providers here!! This is needed in the community. So many that have no clue do more harm when they do not understand the narcissism dynamic.

      1. I agree. It’s like talking to a brick wall. All I hear is from people who think they “know” is, “He’s a con artist, liar, cheater. He did you a favor by removing himself”, but it’s deeper than that. So I no longer bother to discuss it with these “normal” people. People who have been victims get it. My cousin’s husband discarded her and the kids prior to knowing my situation. She’s been in therapy for years. When I told her some of what I was going through when my breakup was fresh, she immediately identified my ex as a Narc. She and I have so many traits alike, and it is very easy to see that we were targeted. I am still figuring out things about myself to answer the “why” question.

      2. NarcAngel says:

        You were fortunate, and we are fortunate to have you here. Thank you for your friendship, unique perspective, sense of humour, belief in others, positive messages and always patience and understanding.

        1. Indy says:

          Aw thank you NA. I feel very lucky as well meeting you here. All you say to me is very much what I appreciate of you. Your wit, strength, sharp mind, and killer humor! A warrioress for sure!!

  5. Indy says:

    Now, that was a hell of a good book! Some bits scared me a little …then it drew me in. It is what led me to your other books. My clinical supervisor was working with a narcissist and was reading Evil and we ended up talking about my then fiancé. She knew and confirmed for me what I was wondering and struggling with….she then said, “read it!”
    Thank god.

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