Why?

Why? Understanding the Narcissist's Behaviour by [Tudor, H G]

Why? The ever present question about why the narcissist did as he or she did? A host of questions which overwhelm, confuse and paralyse the victim. Not any longer. A range of fascinating questions, some common, others rare, have been selected dealing with the various elements of the narcissistic entanglement. Forthright and accessible answers are given to these key questions, jargon-free and in an enlightening manner which will aid any reader. The key to freedom starts with understanding. Read this and stop asking why.

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6 thoughts on “Why?”

  1. Have you seen many examples of normal people or empaths doing negative things to get fuel?

    The older brother who finds it convenient to exercise his power over his little brother when something bad happens to him.
    It becomes his way of dealing with things because it’s just easy and has no negative repercussions. But later regrets it.

    The camp counsellor who tells scary stories to the kids , he doesnt know he is getting a thrill from controlling their feelings, and doesn’t do that thing on a regular basis.

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  2. Have you seen the movie ‘Birdman’ Michael Keaton plays someone who has an inner voice that calls him a joke a fraud.
    Is this like the creature?

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      1. Yes the film is like the creature?
        I have a critical inner voice but it only appears when things are not going well and not regularly. Whereas in one of the articles it said it appears every morning?

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      2. Yes, it attempts to make its presence known when fuel is low, but is soon driven back. It is not a critical voice in the sense by which you have described it Brian, albeit it is critical (at times) in what it says.

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