Jealousy and Joy

Jealousy and Joy by [Tudor, H G]

Does the narcissist experience joy? What does joy mean to him or her? Does he feel joy for himself, others or not all and if so, why? Why is jealousy such a rampant emotional state with those who are narcissistic? What is the cause of this jealousy and what purpose does it serve? Direct insight from the narcissistic sociopath HG Tudor who answers these questions and sheds light on many other facets of the motivations and behaviours of his kind through accessible and easy to understand observations and examples.

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4 thoughts on “Jealousy and Joy

  1. Jenna says:

    I read this book. Very good.

  2. Ms brown says:

    I have been on the fence, for quite awhile trying to determine “What I Am” (N, Empath, Co-Dependant, Super Empath, Normal, etc) … I have come to a conclusion, after focusing on everything HG describes and as it relates to myself. Understanding follows…

  3. Does the narcissist experience joy? Who cares.

    1. K says:

      jarwithaheavylid
      Read The Crying Game-Part Three. It explains how the narcissist feels joy.

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