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15 thoughts on “Maldad

  1. Alexissmith2016 says:

    Just in case you’re on a roll…..she’s says in anticipation.

    I wrote a comment here (which I can’t see due to WordPress) but I do recall there was a typo in my last sentence. I said something like wasn’t called John but it should have read, ‘was called john’ Because that’s what annoyed him that I’d referred to them all as John.

  2. nikitalondon says:

    Glad you got to be known in the spanish speaking community…

  3. SuperXena says:

    Seventh book translated to Spanish…spreading the knowledge!

    1. Pineapple says:

      Please consider having your books translated into Italian, HG. Too many spoilt rotten Mummy’s boys cover here! Thanks and happy 2018!!

      1. Pineapple says:

        *over here

  4. Alexissmith2016 says:

    A question if I may HG. I’ve noticed with the original MN and the new one how they like to know and use the name of people you’re referring to in conversation and refer back to them maybe with their thoughts on them or I know in particular the new one is desperate to know the name of the OS one ( clearly he doesn’t know what happened). What’s this all about ? I picked up on this early on with him. So I just stated telling him their name was ‘John’ whehtrht im talking about my brother, husband, work colleague, OS or whovevwr when he asks me their name I just say it’s John. It infuriates him although I can see he is quelling his fury as he says, ‘oh John again’. Especially when I told him the OS wasn’t called John. I think he was hoping to work his way in there.

    But in general what is the need for them to know their names ? I realise it’s to do with control but how exactly ?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      1. It is so intelligence can be gathered about this individual to ascertain if the person is a threat or someone who can be harnessed to the advantage of the narcissist.
      2. We hate not knowing and therefore we want the name to find out more.
      3. By gaining the name we can also raise the possibility of causing you to think we have found out information (even if we have not) and that we may cause a problem involving this person, in order to keep you unsettled.

      1. Alexissmith2016 says:

        Very interesting HG – thank you.

        Gosh, all these little thoughts going on in an Ns head that I just could not possibly have understood before.

  5. narc affair says:

    I see it was published dec 11 2017! Congrats HG and ill be reading this pronto!! 🤗

    1. narc affair says:

      Oops i think this ones spanish lol

  6. Ramona I says:

    HG TUDOR are you enjoying this precious fuel your getting. .

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Which fuel are you referring to?

      1. Ramona I says:

        From your audience and and teaching so many people. I m learning so much. Thanks

        1. HG Tudor says:

          You are most welcome.

  7. narc affair says:

    Oh wow is this a new book!???

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