The Rules of Ex Club – No. 1


A series of memes explaining the rules that the narcissist applies to ex intimate partners

12 thoughts on “The Rules of Ex Club – No. 1

  1. Lisa says:

    Hmm. Funny how the tHiNg had 2 ex wives who were both She Devils, yet they both fled him!! Pfft!! Hang on….make that 3 ex wives now!! Hahaaha…..

  2. Karma says:

    Ha ha I was one!!! A crazy bitch ex… now the new supply is devalued and he soon will the newest crazy bitch on his list … and his list is looooooong.

  3. Aurora says:

    Bring ’em on lol!!

  4. Kevin says:

    Haha of course, they can never be crazy just to me or because of something I did or because of something I still owe.

    Do you agree with this article HG?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Yes and no. In certain instances we may keep an ex ‘onside’ post disengagement if there was a perceived risk of exposure or major wounding, but that is rare. Instead, any friendship would come about when the IPPS is being devalued and there would be a period of non-engagement beforehand.

    2. ANM says:

      With my ex, he claimed he was friends with his ex’s, it was more like he wouldnt let them go, but they were all compartmentalized. In the beginning, I saw no trace of them; during the devaluation phase, they started to creep back into the scene; post disengagement, we were forced to see eachother because of our child. The extent of the exes coming around was quite interesting. For example, he had a girlfriend from over 20 years ago coming to pick up our child for his parental visits. I wasn’t jealous, more like my brain was constantly adjusting to what the dynamic really was. He didnt really view that his relationship to this other woman was ever over. He still believed that Empath should stand by him at his beck and call. Right now, I believe he has a new IPPS, and he needs me to stay in my place so he can control his facade. I dont see any exes or new people coming around me, and he is very firm with “stay away”, so that he can paint me as he depicts. I don’t ever want to become his “friend”, but i am hoping that one lucky future IPPS will be chosen as the next scapegoat, and to free me of his black and white thinking. Here is to wishful thinking!

  5. narc affair says:

    Love this new series and funny pic lol
    Narcissists smear to isolate their victims. The narc cant have two sources talking bc the truth might come out and may botch up plans. The crazier the ex the better and also the new source can act as a lietenant not knowing any different due to all the intense love bombing fog. The new source is all too happy to accept that the ex is a crazy person and the cause of the breakup.

  6. ANK says:

    Looking forward to these!

  7. Twilight says:

    This made me laugh and cry HG. I find what I know was said funny now, at the moment it was deeply painful. Duel emotions play havoc on one

  8. windstorm2 says:

    This makes sense, especially with midrangers and lessers. To avoid any whiff of criticism, they make their ex out to be totally at fault. Not only does this prevent their leaving being questioned, but it can garner sympathy and consequent fuel from empaths and normals.

    1. HG Tudor says:


  9. Nat says:

    Oh this one will be interesting…

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