Little Acons – No. 22


110 thoughts on “Little Acons – No. 22

  1. NarcAngel says:


    Dont you ever just watch a comedy? Just teasin!

    1. MLA - Clarece says:

      Nope! Comedies put me to sleep! Jk
      In the last month or so, I’ve watched “13 Reasons Why”, “Handmaid’s Tale” (ecstatic for Elisabeth Moss getting an Emmy nod) and just settling in to watch episode 5 of “The Keepers”.
      Wouldn’t I make an awesome roomie for you?! Haha

  2. Indy says:

    NA and 1J1 and AhOh,

    Now now, Drag Queen BINGO is the only way to do it!
    Booze, disco music, dabbers, drag queen comedy and lots of half naked men collecting dollars in speedos? Who cares if they are gay or transgendered! Yeah, I did it for the charity (yeah right lol).

    Happy Birthday Terri!!

    1. NarcAngel says:

      Ive thought about it and I would totally go to drag queen bingo. All those balls, bags, and flesh colored dabbers……Bingo! Pick me up on your way by.

      1. Indy says:

        Totally, road trip!!

    2. 1jaded1 says:

      LOL Indy…The Mission Statement…BINGO, not just for grandmas anymore….they are more than welcome, too!

      1. Indy says:

        my mission statement: half naked men, gambling and martinis, can I borrow your blotter?

        Indy got her groove back (does a dance)

        1. 1jaded1 says:

          Indy πŸ™‚ I am happy you have your groove. I love your bingo where the winnings go back to the pets.

          I received a hoover and a drive by this past weekend. It never ends. At least I’m educated.

          If I am in your neck of the states, I will send smoke signals. Bingo.

          1. Indy says:

            Hi 1Jaded1,
            I would love to have you come for bingo!
            I’m sorry you are still being watched and hoovered😞 It sucks, I know it triggers my hyper vigilant behaviors and I get pissed now too. Better than scared I suppose πŸ˜‚ It’s been a while for me though, since December for the recent one and the ex husband (left him 20 yrs ago) he tried via proxy a few months ago.
            Persistent pests.
            How long has it been since you left? Excellent job staying NC!!

            And, you are armed and well educated for sure!

          2. 1jaded1 says:

            Hi Indy. It isn’t all that great. According to HGs way we have been together for 22 years. Last contact was in March….my mistake for returning his text. My cousin has a phone number that is close in digits.

            Your bingo sounds fun.

          3. Indy says:

            Come along and play 😊 Everyone is wearing something funky, MLA is our innocent Sunny Brook Farms girl, we’ve got catwomen and stripper chic…all are welcome!!!!

            Hang in there, thinking of you up there!

          4. 1jaded1 says:

            Thank you, Indy. MLA survived a narcissist so I’m not thinking of innocence.

            I’ll sit in the parking lot to ensure no tires are slashed. I’ll give you money for my cards.

          5. Indy says:

            Hi Jaded1,
            Oh do come to party! The Queens are hilarious and some quite striking. And girl, nothing like the Adonis bod of a man that likes men. All eye candy, no risk of being preyπŸ˜‚ Unless they are bisexual, then pass them on to me, hehe.

            Oh I know MLA is not innocent, she joked earlier about her looking like a farm girl when we went a bit wild in our discussion of crazy outfits to keep up with the Drag Queens, lol.

  3. Mona says:

    But you do not have to bed her, she never liked that. That is your luck.

  4. Mona says:

    I heard the opposite. I do love you so much. It is your birthday. You have to take care of your guests. Your birthday is – of course- for the people- who visit you. You have to do all that they want – otherwise- they will not visit you again. Is that better? To tell a child that people only come because they can get what they want. not because they like the child and want to spend time with it. That is much more manipulative. It tells you, yes, they come- but not because of you. It is because of the birthday cake and the marvellous mother. But never- because they like the child. Sorry HG, but she is equivalent to you. Please come and visit me and try a manipulative fight with her. I am not sure, who wins. I really would enjoy that fight of manipulative people. She will ensnare you with her sweetness, her charm and her intelligence- even now. She would force you to do things you never mentioned- for example- help her to go to the toilette.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      There is no way on this earth (or any other) that I would help someone to the toilet. I would either make someone else do it or just leave.

      1. Mona says:

        I believe, that you believe that. You would.

      2. Narc affair says:


      3. Sniglet says:

        Except that if you had your own child, you would. Guaranteed.

      4. Narc affair says:

        Im sure many narcs wouldnt even for their kids or theyd halfway help them. Theyd rather get their partner to do it or someone else. Diapers is another one a lot of narcs will have nothing to do with both baby and adult πŸ˜„

        1. Windstorm2 says:

          My exhusband likes to brag that with our three kids he changed less diapers than he has fingers on one hand! When he would take our 3 yr old granddaughter out somewhere and she needed to go, he sent her into the restroom alone. Says he figures some woman will help her.

          1. HG Tudor says:

            Good example WS2.

      5. RS says:

        πŸ˜„ I am right there with you HG!!!

      6. RS says:

        I am a receptionist at an assisted living facility and there is no way in hell I could ever be a caregiver! Cleaning up puke and poop… I would rather die. I did that for my own child but I would never do it for a grown-up that I am not related to. 😝

        1. HG Tudor says:

          I wouldn’t do it for anybody.

        2. echo says:

          I worked as a cna in a long term care facility and did just that – the cleanups and getting people in and out of bed and stuff. It’s awful how residents/patients are treated sometimes. There’s just not enough time for quality care, even in a good facility. People wind up being treated like cattle almost. It seemed very dehumanizing to them and surreal to me.

          1. Windstorm2 says:

            Too true, Echo. A close friend is a CNA and she often had 8-10 patients who needed almost constant attention. It is not humanly possible.

          2. RS says:

            The people who own this company made it known on Monday that they sold it to a corporation. I think I migh look for a new job as I would like to be in a new environment. My boss was excellent and she was the only reason I stayed there as long as I did.

          3. RS says:

            It’s a very clean and upscale assisted facility. The owners, just this week, let us know that they are going to retire and had sold it to a corporation. I want to find a regular job with people who still have their wits about them. Sometimes I feel like their craziness is rubbing off on me. My boss and co-workers were what kept me there for 10 years. Time to move on I think.

      7. Cβ˜… says:

        oh come on!!! yes you would, if there were valuable residual benefits…

        1. HG Tudor says:

          If there were residual benefits, that is why I would make someone else do it.

      8. windstorm2 says:

        This made me laugh, HG! I was talking yesterday to a friend whose narc mother wanted him to change his grandmother’s diapers. He drew the line there! No diapers in your future, huh? 😝

        1. HG Tudor says:

          No diapers in my future WS2! Neither seeing them, changing them and I certainly will not be wearing them!

          1. Windstorm2 says:

            Lol! You hope! If you live long enough, though, someone else will be making those decisions.

          2. HG Tudor says:

            There will be no descent into gibbering and drooling dotage for me.

          3. RS says:

            All of my relatives are too kind but could I interest you in putting a pillow over my face if that should happen to me? Or anything really, as long as it’s quick.

      9. Yolo says:


        Would you consider adopting a therapy dog? They have programs in the states that connect prisoners with dogs it helps build empathy and allows them to build trust. They train the dogs, once they are done they are given to veterans with PTSD.

        They are loyal, will never abandon you and provides fuel. You can call him or her HG. 😊

        1. HG Tudor says:

          No. I do not like animals. They are a burden.

      10. NarcAngel says:

        Me neither to assisting to toilet.

        When StepNarc was in hospital, Im afraid there were times when there was nobody around but me and for the life of me I just couldnt make out what he was trying to tell me. Even when he tried to get up, i just couldnt seem to assist him in time, and then oh dear-his shame and disgust when he laid back defeated while I called the nurse. You know-in good time. Getting a drink was also difficult. At first when he was still able to speak I tried to assist him and he spat at me that I was holding the straw in the wrong spot and snorted like I was incompetent. From them on and when he started going downhill, even if someone was there, I volunteered when he motioned to the glass and murmured. I either coukd not get the straw to his lips or I spilled it down his neck. I guess he was right. Incompetent.

      11. 1jaded1 says:

        This thread reminds me of the Revenge article you posted and how sending nappies was one way to fulfill that. Screw that…I would rather he poos himself in the company of others. That is better revenge, although I won’t be around to see it.

  5. echo says:

    I’m atheist now, but growing up JW this is more or less the message that got internalized for me anyway. Both the “it’s just another day” part and the ego smack for expecting attention simply because of being born and surviving another year. Maybe instead of saying nobody loves you, the cake would have said you’re not special.

    1. Yolo says:

      I thought most atheists grew up Catholic due to bingo. 😊

      1. HG Tudor says:

        Ha ha, I liked this comment.

        1. Indy says:

          Nah, most Catholics had to convert to Protestant to even get exposed to Bingo. Darn nuns! In my home town, the baptists were gambling heathens πŸ˜‰

          1. Yolo says:


            If ever one of those casino boats were to sink you know none of those Baptist are going to hell😊 Around my parts some of our Catholic churches have the best carnivals
            margaritas, steak tacos, and a few rounds of bingo. No confession needed😊 I attributed it too the major funds after paying millions in legal settlements.

          2. Indy says:

            Hi Yolo!!

            No way, wow! I wish I grew up that kind of Catholic hahaha!! Where are those churches!?! I grew up in New England in the 70s-80s and it was all fire and brimstone! No confession? Man, I totally missed out before I became agnostic πŸ˜‚

      2. echo says:

        Sorry Yolo, I don’t know enough about Catholicism or bingo to know why they go together or how that relates to Atheism. But the comment pleased HG and that’s the important part. 😊

      3. Yolo says:


        My first post about Catholicism wasn’t meant to be a dig at the church. It was towards the parents that drag their kids with them twice a week and leave them nuns or priest to babysit. I didn’t know where to reply sorry Indy.

        I am not saying all atheists but some are non believer because they witness hypocrisy in their family and the place of worship from all denominations.

        Thanks to HG, i know understand why i pastor can go on T.V. ask his followers for millions of dollars to purchase a private jet. No more head snapping for meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

        1. Indy says:

          No need to apologize to me. I joke about growing up in the church all the time. I do like hearing about positive changes in the church in other regions though. The one I grew up in was super strict and old school and I felt I needed to leave.

          1. MLA - Clarece says:

            Indy, my fellow Catholic defector (lol) you have got to watch the Emmy nominated Netflix documentary called “The Keepers”. It is following the cold case murder of a beautiful 26 year old nun, that as the investigation digs deeper unveils all kinds of sadistic abuse by the Chaplain priest to the girls at the high school she taught at. The chain moves up involving cover-ups with the Baltimore Police, the States Attorney, the Arch Diocese etc. It is gripping. Into 2nd episode it delves into the abuse the Priest administered as “therapy” and troubled girls taking in the Holy Spirit… I am thinking this person had to be a Greater. He was a Chaplain to the police department, mixed with local politicians. And the Catholic Church just kept rotating him around different parishes. There are 7 1-hour episodes.

          2. Yolo says:

            Humm..i missed the series but watched it play out on nightly news for months. I am sure the series changed or embellished events such as change little boys to little girls.

          3. MLA - Clarece says:

            Not so far and into Episode 6.

          4. Indy says:

            Ooooo that sounds up my alley for a show. I rarely like comedies lol. I’m into mystery, suspense, dystopian sci fi stuff and creepy stuff.

            Now, when you mix 13 reasons with handmaiden tale, that is a combo that leads to Prozac and Gin Friday’s πŸ˜†

          5. MLA - Clarece says:

            Yessss, or I need a Bingo night with some lovely ladies! lol

          6. Indy says:

            Yesss bingo and drinks and dance music. The drag bingo is a charity too, for animals with owners with severe illness that struggle to keep them in their homes. It gives money for vet bills, walking and feeding in the home so they don’t have to give them up. We can ogle half naked men for a cause and giggle with the queens while they smoothly take our money!!!! πŸŽ‰πŸΈπŸΈ

          7. Windstorm2 says:

            Wow, Indy!
            I’m trying to imagine these situations you all describe. Despite my advanced age, I fear I just lack the experience and imagination to picture it. I was making a fair attempt to see it in my mind like some kind of movie about drag queens and bingo, but it blew a mental fuse when you added the part about being a charity for old sick pets!!!

            If there are movies like that I’ve sure never seen them. Reality truly is stranger than fiction! Way stranger!! Now I can’t get it out of my mind! Wish it was a book I could download off Amazon. One of you talented people ought to write it into a story.

          8. Indy says:

            Here is the connection, as odd as it seems, Windstorm 2😊

            It started in the LGBT community. Many folks they noticed were dying of AIDS related diseases and slowly. They lost everyone and everything in their lives, except their animals still loved them. They couldn’t afford them. So, this charity in Atlanta was started by the gay community. Enter drag queens and good looking naked men 😊 And lots of people who love animals….Then, the idea of bingo and dance club atmosphere in to draw in money and fun. Some of the most amazing souls I have met in this community and the event was a blast! It’s once a month.

            Definitely empaths galore!! Everyone gives their winnings back to charity.

          9. Windstorm2 says:

            Thanks for the backstory, Indy. If you ever hear of somebody having put it into a book, let me know the title! If it’s become a monthly institution, maybe some Atlanta author’s already written about it. You’d have to think, it’d be tied into an interesting plot.
            As long as it’s not too sad, though. Unlike you all, I prefer mysteries and like my futuristic sci-fi nondystopian! There’s enough sad stuff in real life.

          10. Yolo says:


            I thought you were just kidding around. How creative and i bet they were sold out weekly. It breaks my heart to see homeless people with their dogs. When i give them food most share with their dogs first. Most dogs are so loyal, I am considering adoption. HG, said they are a burden.😊 He has a point, most people don’t consider the responsibility of caring for pets. In my community they take vacations and instead of paying for doggie care they allow them to run lose knowing one of the neighbors willl take them in and post to community website.

            I took one in the neighbor 3 doors down claimed her but wouldn’t pick her up a cute little poodle. After the 2nd day I called animal control. I could not take her with me risk getting arrested or window broken for leaving in car. She could stay out doors because the coyotes were out.

            I like to see creativity in action to help others.

      4. 1jaded1 says:

        Lol Yolo. Bingo isn’t just for Catholics anymore. I understand your point about HG talking about himself in the 3rd term. Jaded is someone who manifested out of trauma. I speak of her knowing that she isn’t me. She came from a trauma….I know that sounds ridiculous. Sometimes she speaks. Ridiculous.

        1. Yolo says:

          Lol, jaded. I have a few of them myself. I try to keep them in the attic but they rear their ugliness every now and then.😊 I think mine are a result of prior abuse as well.

          Continued healing.

        2. Yolo says:

          Wait, did the wording on the cake change?

          1. 1jaded1 says:


  6. Khaleesi says:

    My mothers favorite thing was to give me a piece of jewelry with my birthstone regardless of what I actually wanted. I now understand that this accomplished two things: giving me something she knew I didn’t like and something she could use against me throughout the year when she asked why I wasn’t wearing it.

    She did change it up one year. She asked me what I wanted for my birthday. Skeptical, I asked her if she really wanted to know. She said of course she did, that’s why she asked. I told her the name of a book that I really wanted. She gave me perfume.

  7. NarcAngel says:

    My mother would call me every year to say that she had a card for me and would get it to me when she could as it was hard for her to get around. And then off she would go to bingo.

    1. 1jaded1 says:

      Lol, NA. I was home one year and it happened to be my birthday. Mom wanted to to to bingo and invited me. I declined and told her to go. My birthday means nothing but having to get my driver license renewed (what a PITA). She’s all, “Well, thank you for putting me in a tough spot.” I just laughed.

      1. AH OH says:

        BINGO? You are too young for BINGO! Prerequisite for BINGO is blue hair and smokes in a leather pouch. Let us not forget the canvas bag with the primary color daubers. (I had to look this up, but I knew that had a special name)
        A seasoned player can play up to 12 cards.

        Yes, living in Vegas you do end up being inside a Bingo room at one point. I have lived here since 1976 and I can count on my fingers how many times I have walked in and played. It can be fun with a group of friends if it was none smoking and it didn’t seem like you were among the living dead.

        1. NarcAngel says:

          AHOH & 1J1

          I would rather stab myself in the eye with a fork than go to bingo. Although when Indy mentioned going to Drag Queen bingo I considered it for a moment.

          1. HG Tudor says:

            Come on NA, ‘fess up, you have about six different ‘dabbers’ deposited about your person haven’t you, just in case there is a sudden game nearby.

          2. NarcAngel says:


            Haha. Nope. Not holstered for bingo.

        2. 1jaded1 says:

          AH OH. There is much more to you than veneer. This BINGO ain’t grandmama bingo. It has all ages of each gender. I did go a couple times and won handsomely. Regs were telling me to go back to Chicago. Even my mom was giving me dirty looks bc I won a stupid game a few times, meh about that. They are cut throat and will cut your tires if you take their “lucky” seats.

          I am as stupidstitious as they come when it comes to sports or games, but I wouldn’t slash tires. The buildings are now no smoking, which can’t help tempers.

          HG. If your target wanted to take you to BINGO on her dime, would you go? Seriously. I can almost see your mortification.

          1. HG Tudor says:

            If the end justified it, even HG would go ‘eyes down’. Have to be a damn good ‘end’ though. Oh and a full house.

          2. 1jaded1 says:

            A stupid question…I’m going to ask anyhow. Why do you speak of HG in the third person? You are HG. I don’t want to assume anything. I know Jaded comes out when I am prickly. We have that understanding and all. If I die, so does she. I have the upper hand in this arrangement. I choose.

          3. HG Tudor says:

            Do I?

          4. Yolo says:

            It’s a narc thing. Dissociation with real self or part of the grandiose image. You use jaded for what is known as ” Self Distancing”. Just maybe there’s a second or 3rd person responding.

            Oddly, it amuses me when he does it shows his high level of confidence. LeBron James is often criticized for speaking in 3rd person..he’s the king let him carry on. 😊BTW, H.G. you are a king as well.😊

          5. 1jaded1 says:

            Yes. You do. Unless this isn’t you.

    2. Yolo says:

      My mom calls me on the wrong day every year. The day before my actual birthday. She wishes me Happy Birthday and then ask if its my birthday. With so much joy in her voice. Lol, since i realize what she is and it’s done on purpose I do the same thing. I changed the month last August. I will call her next week and wish her Happy Birthday.πŸ˜‚ She told my sister i was losing my mind. Yep..i reckon so.

      1. Mary says:

        Brilliant twist, Yolo! Turning it around on her.

  8. RS says:

    This has nothing to do with birthdays but the cake made me think of something he said that still makes me mad. I had a cat for 17 years and had to put her down because she was very sick. He told me “it’s just a cat”. GRRRRRRR So glad to have that slime ball out of my life.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Your cakes are not very nice.

    I would like to give some fuel to you. I checked My Activity on Google and it looks like I found your website on May 28. I left the bastard on May 14. I think it’s probably thanks to you that I didn’t end up getting in touch with him. I most likely would have contacted him with more verbal abuse and insisted on an explanation if I hadn’t kept reading your articles as well as your comments and the comments/input from your readers. So I would like to take this opportunity to thank you. All of you really.

    I’m known to go into self-destruction mode when people are assholes to me. And while I did lose some weight, I managed to gain some back and when I went to the doctor just recently, he was entirely excited about my haemoglobin level and said I’m as fit as a fiddle. Normally, after this experience, I’d be as unfit as a semi-dead person, so thank you for everything you do.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome Anon. Here you gain understanding and you can purge/rant etc without fuelling the narcissist in your life and risking damaging no contact and increasing the emotional infection.

      1. RS says:

        I love that about the site!

        1. HG Tudor says:


    2. Cβ˜… says:

      good job, Anonymous!! be proud of yourself, “Seize the Power”….. stay here!!!

      1. Anonymous says:

        Thank you, C!

        Truth be told, not very proud of myself at the moment. Whatever you do people, don’t stalk them online. I just stalked a potential victim who made some post about her giving water bottles to a prostitute that guys were treating badly and he didn’t like the post, he LOVED it. I started to sweat like the guy in (if you know it) and wanted to yell “you are so fucking full of shit!!!!”. As if he cares about anyone, the bastard.

        Need to work on my discipline and not stalk. Nothing good can come out of it πŸ˜€

        1. echo says:

          Me too, Anonymous. I had started to move on, was starting to feel better, and then looked at his profile. It snapped me right back into that paralyzing fog of despair. It instantly started to undo the months of progress I’d made.

          I know he uses ghost profiles to keep tabs. But there’s nothing I can do about it other than just keep things as private as possible and block the ones I do know of (as well as his harem/monkeys). And with those walls up, it’s a barrier so I can’t easily look at his stuff either.

          Total and complete No Contact really is the best way forward.

        2. Cβ˜… says:

          You must NEVER peek!!!.. it is considered breaking N/C…. see how it affected you? you will learn… keep trying and stay HERE! Read & understand!!!

      2. Anonymous says:

        Echo, it totally sets you back. Even if you don’t find anything that’s hideously bad, it’s never good.

        I have him blocked everywhere aside from Google Plus but have an account he doesn’t know about on Facebook. I should probably get rid of it and try to gain control over my unhealthy curiosity. I don’t stalk him every day anymore. And by every day I mean several times a day like some obsessive lunatic. But from time to time I get the urge and I think to myself “no, don’t do it, you’ll regret it” but then I do it anyway. I asked my mother and sister to block him on Facebook weeks ago, just so he understands he’s not welcome. I never knew him to be the stalker type and to have fake profiles but then I also never knew he was a cheater and a liar… . So whilst it’s hard for me to imagine that he does look at my online profiles, I guess he probably does.

        1. echo says:

          Anonymous, I didn’t think he would ever look at my stuff either. And I thought he was ignoring emails I had sent. But then he went so far as to actually rename his profile in direct reference to one of the emails and other things like that. It was a way to say that yes, he is listening and watching, but still punishing me by not actually responding and talking to me. At the same time it messed with my sense of reality. Like maybe I’m wrong, maybe it’s just coincidence and not a subtle attack. And of course he denied everything once he did actually speak.

          Crazy making for sure. Even talking about it now there’s doubt, yet it’s right there if I look. So I ignore it, I have to or else I’ll fall again and start spinning and speculating.

      3. Narc affair says:

        Hi anonymous…sending a hug. I know how u feel ive felt that way too observing things online about the narc. We used to frequent a site together and im certain he joined under another identity and was flirting with women on there. The thing is i think he wanted me to know it was him to upset me and it did! Deeply. Ive since not went back in 2 yrs. I feel better not following him online bc it does f with your head and make you feel like absolute shit. From experience…dont do it. The less you know the better.

  10. Ex Mistress says:

    Hi HG,
    What/How would you feel if your ex IPPSs or IPSSs text you a happy birthday message after a long no contact?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Firstly it would be a very small dose of fuel BUT it would be a hoover trigger and the hoover bar would now be very low because

      a. I am a Greater
      b. I would recall their very good/excellent fuel (dependent on status)
      c. I would see no obstacle to hoovering – there is next to no risk of rejection and even if there is, as a Greater that would not concern me
      d. I know how to get in touch with the ex IPPS/IPSS – she just sent me a text
      e. She is well-disposed towards me (she contacted me and wished me Happy Birthday)

      accordingly I will hoover in anticipation of a larger dose of potent hoover fuel. That person just stuck a target on their back and gave me the green light.

      1. RS says:

        My ex had a birthday July 1 and I did not say a word to him.

      2. Ex Mistress says:

        Thanks HG,

        OK, I”ll stick to NC. If he’s expecting text from me I won’t give him on his birthday.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          HG approves.

  11. Sookie Stackhouse says:

    What a horrible thing to say to another human being. I am sorry you had to endure a childhood of abuse and a lack of love. I can’t even begin to imagine what that must have been like for you HG.

    My LGN has retreated. I have him at checkmate. I am removing my supernova cape and am ready to enjoy my life. Life is about choices and I choose to be happy. I no longer need the support of your blog and I arrived here at this point in my life thanks to you and the wonderful people on this site. I wish I could stay and support others as they have supported me, but this is not my journey any longer.

    I will continue to recommend your blog and your work to others. The insight you have provided and the awareness that you’ve brought to npd is invaluable. There is goodness inside of you and I hope your genius mind will surrender to the fear of vulnerability and one day take a chance. There is a cure, but you have to want it bad enough. Are you strong enough to fight? Good luck HG, I am on your side and am forever a fan.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you SS.

    2. Alyssa Lyons says:

      I am at the same point as you Sookie. I have been a silent observer here and have received so much information from HG and everyone else and am finally ready to hang up my “supernova cape” (great description) as well. I am done. God truly does work in mysterious ways and has provided a blessing to me through you HG. I was so angry and hurt, praying for deliverance, when I began reading your articles. The information you have provided has been so instrumental in helping to clear the dense black fog that had been hovering around and within me for so long. This has truly been a successful therapeutic experience and I am ready to move forward. Thank you, HG, and God bless.

      1. penny dropped says:

        I’m really happy to hear that you guys Sookie Stackhouse and Alyssa Lyons feel ready to forget this shit and move forwards. I can’t wait to get to that point of ‘zero impact’ and just get on with my life. I can feel healing slowly happening, but I still feel dispossessed and bitter, and sometimes still really hurt. I think the reason I’m not as far forward as I’d like to be is because I threw everything at this relationship, and I feel I’ve lost almost everything.

        I’m interested and would like to ask you both how long it’s taken you to get to that point? also, how long your entanglements lasted, and whether you were IPSS, and particularly if you lived together.

        When is ‘Zero Impact’ coming HG? πŸ˜€

        1. HG Tudor says:

          It is a few months away at present.

      2. penny dropped says:

        Sorry, forgot to click ‘notify me of new comments’ so had to post another comment in order to do so.

  12. Narc affair says:

    As narcissistic as my mother has been shes never forgot my birthday or caused issues. I know many narcs do tho and just because your parent either doesnt/didnt acknowledge your birthday or set out to ruin it dont believe that nobody loves you. Many people are out there that would love you for you and we make our own family in life. Choose people who lift you up and give good energy to be in your life. Those people will celebrate your special day and make you feel loved.

  13. Miss Teri says:

    Today is ‘My Birthday’ and I Love it…Best Day of the ‘Year’ for ‘Me’…

    1. Narc affair says:

      Happy birthday teri!πŸ€—βš˜πŸŒΉ

      1. RS says:

        I love birthdays! It’s a special day just for you. Even though I am getting on in years I still love to celebrate them.πŸŽ‚πŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆ

        1. Windstorm2 says:

          Me too! Happy bday to Terri and anyone who has one soon or lately! πŸŽ‰

    2. RS says:

      Happy Birthday Miss Terri!!!πŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽ‚πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‚πŸŽβ€οΈπŸΈπŸΈπŸΈπŸΈ

  14. 1jaded1 says:

    Yep. The egg hatched…who keeps track of such events?

    1. NarcAngel says:

      Haha. For sure not the Rooster.

    2. AH OH says:

      1J1 hello! I have missed you so. Pay no attention if HG calls me Veneer.
      I prefer the word Transparent.

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