Fury

Why does he lash out at you, abuse, assault and insult?

Why do you get ignored and cold-shouldered?

Why does he walk off and disappear?

Here is the answer.

By understanding fury, what causes it and what purpose it serves you will unlock a fundamental element of the narcissistic dynamic.

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3 thoughts on “Fury

  1. sarabella says:

    I have read it. But one reason I don’t think you explore. Your fury is the expression of you failed ability to attach? Either we attach to people with love, or, the attachment can turn negative and fury becomes the expression, but the attachment is still there. You do not become truly indifferent, which is why its for life.

    I decided to hang here for a while again. My own fury has been rekindled in the past 24 hours and I just need to ride it out. It is my own fault for peeking but as long as I don’t do anything, it will remain my own problem to own, and not something that will result in my expressing it and showing my own continued attachment, although it has become entirely negative. If my attachment was there, still, I would not have a reaction of anger. Its the same reason you have so much fury. The legacy of failed and broken attachment actually still remains an attachment, even if at it’s core it’s the broken attachments from childhood?

  2. RS says:

    I just got this in the mail 2 days ago. 😊

    1. HG Tudor says:

      HG approves

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