The Rules of Ex Club – No. 9

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21 thoughts on “The Rules of Ex Club – No. 9”

  1. Good to know HG.

    As you already have confessed that you don’t use your natural voice, could you then be an Indian guy, just to amuse me? 😉

    But seriously: I think about it, because it will be enormously interesing.

    Be prepared for a lot of questions though, I’m somewhat of a whirlwind

  2. It’s a shame you didn’t elaborate on the rest of my post HG.

    I’m almost tempted to book a consultation with you, just to have a in depth discussion about narcissism, because this website is mostly about bad relationships, and I would like to know more about narcissism in general.

    So little people know about it, while it’s everywhere around us.

    It so fascinating to know that there are people around me that live in a completely different universe than me.

    I would like to be a fly on the wall in their minds. It would probably scare the hell out of me though.

    1. Yes many people have an understandable intellectual curiosity about it. You are most welcome to use a consultation in that manner, some people do that already.

  3. I wouldn’t be to sure of that one if I was you HG 😉

    But the game is on and to make it more interesting I’ll raise you 3 more narcs: Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King.

      1. Martin Luther King ticks all the boxes: he was a charismatic leader with a vision, he had the capacity to make people believe in his dreams and follow him, but at the same time he was a terrible person to the people close to him, especially to his family.

        I have read a lot about narcissist world leaders because I think narcissism is needed to become one, but there is always a fragile balance between their drive to succeed and get things done and their tendency to go overboard, self destruct and take their country with them in their downfall (like Mao, Stalin, Hitler, Castro etc.) and I wonder what would have happened if Martin Luther King would have had the change to fulfil his dream.

        Would it have created a more equal society for people of colour or would thinks have gotten completely out of hand, because the powers that be won’t allow such equality? It’s a shame that we will never find out.

  4. OMG yes Bubbles did you see that mistake too hahaha.

    But in true narc style I will blame it all on this terrible website that won’t allow me to correct anything 😉

  5. The British royals do fascinate me and I think that the House of Windsor is filled with them. The queen of course, her mother the queen mum, her husband Philip, Charles and I even think Harry, because of the irrisponsible things he did when he was young and because he is somewhat of a playboy.

    But I know that may be a daring suggestion, because he is extremely popular at the moment, so what do you think HG?

    1. Hi Iris…. my lovely Dutch perfectionist distant cuz … lol
      I’m gonna have to spank your toosh, you’re becoming “irresponsible”!
      😂
      😘

  6. HG – you say narcs don’t feel ‘love ‘ like normals do. Prince Charles is a narc but he seems to love Camilla and it seems like she and him are soul mates since they never really were apart even during his marriage to Di. What do you make of that? Does he love her in the normal way??
    My dad met Charles and Camilla years ago when they did a commonwealth tour and he had to show them around this historic building. Anyway my dad said Charles was the biggest boor and everything he said sounded so scripted. I almost feel sorry for him, as though he is a disappointment to his queen mother. What kind of narc would he be?

  7. Dear Mr Tudor,

    What gets me, is that once we get “flicked off” by the narc, he just can’t shut up talking about us (the exes) to his new “petrol pump” …. so, if that’s the case, we are always in their thoughts …. yes ?

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