The Effect of No Contact on the Narcissist


You know that No Contact is the key to beating the narcissist, but how does it affect the narcissist?

This Logic Bulletin explains to you what happens when you impose your No Contact Regime and how you can expect the narcissist to respond.

It covers Lesser, Mid-Range and Greater Narcissists in fascinating detail.

How does the narcissist feel?

What happens if you tip-off the narcissist that you are leaving him or ending the relationship?

What happens to the narcissist if you end the relationship and say nothing?

How does the narcissist respond?

What do you need to look out for in terms of common errors which will prejudice your no contact regime and place you at risk?

What will the narcissist do by way of response, so you can ascertain how to avoid this?

The content of this Logic Bulletin will give you these answers and more so you can build your Logic Defences and understand what will happen when you impose no contact now or in the future.

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8 thoughts on “The Effect of No Contact on the Narcissist

  1. DesperatelyDuplicated says:

    does the narcissist ever stop stalking you i have been stalked since 2015. when does it end

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It all depends on the Hoover Trigger and Hoover Execution Criteria. Read the articles ‘Spheres of Influence’ and ‘It’s Hoover Time’ and if you want an analysis of your situation and specific insight, do organise a consultation with me.

      1. DesperatelyDuplicated says:

        how do i go about a consultation out of curiousity

        1. HG Tudor says:

          You can find out more detail about the relevant types and the process in the menu bar at the head of the blog’s main page. You choose the one you require, effect payment and I will then contact you by e-mail with the next steps and provide you with a short protocol governing the consultation. It is straight-forward and hugely effective.

  2. Sniglet says:

    I spy a vulvaeye.

  3. Catherine says:

    I guess something like that happened to me. I had no intention of breaking up with him, but he was furious with me the last night we had together because I was leaving on a holiday on my own that he’d tried to prevent to no avail. He turned it into one of his jealousy things instead and lashed out at me; abused me physically and lost all control of himself completely. He’d kicked things around before, squeezed my legs or my hands but never assaulted me like he did that night. Me leaving on this holiday must’ve equaled me leaving him I guess. Which I then did, or we did because what’s left after something like that?, but it took him almost three years to get to the point of physical violence.

  4. Jasmine says:

    I can’t quite pigeonhole my nex in a category. He seems to fit mid-range, but has traits of lessor and greater as well. I’ve listened to almost all your videos but haven’t seen this addressed. Is this possible??
    Thank you

    1. HG Tudor says:

      There can be traits from the three schools but there will be a dominant school. A consultation will give you the accurate answer.

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