Ask 2

Ask 2: The Narcissist Answers by [Tudor, H G]

Fifty questions posed by those who have been subjected to the clutches of various narcissists. Fifty answers from the narcissistic psychopathic mind of H G Tudor.
Fifty insights.
Fifty enlightenments.
Fifty reasons to read this fascinating material

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11 thoughts on “Ask 2

  1. ALexissmith2016 says:

    you’re so annoying !

  2. Alexissmith2016 says:

    Just one more HG. Because I knoooooow you have the answers

    So if you don’t expose an N, which I would never do. But you inadvertently let them know you have an awareness of what Ns are, how would they typically react.

    By way of example, when I first realised I had become entangled and he knowledge was new to me. I spoke about the situation with a few ‘friends’. Not in huge amounts of detail, but that is worked out what he was and was continuing to educate myself about it. Mostly people listened a bit, not much to say but then the subject changed never to be revisited.

    Two people, I recall in particular who I now know to be greaters reacted differently.

    One, a male who had previously tried to seduce me. It failed but we remained friends and had a joint venture and continued with progress of this. He carried on like normal although was interested to know more about my situation from time to time, how I was and how I was coping with it. Eventually, I became less involved in this joint venture because I lacked interest in it and took more of a back seat, although I’d continue to help if really needed. But as this happened his behaviour started to switch towards me and his N traits really came to the fore.

    The other was a female Friend, one of a group of four. We’d been friends for a few years. But when I started talking about this matter, her behaviour towards me changed overnight. And she used many forms of passive aggressive behaviour towards me. It was all very subtle so our other friends would not suspect anything at all. After a period of time when I concluded she must be the same, I started retrning the passive aggressive behaviour and she continued to step it up a little and a little bit more.

    Are these fairly typical reactions do you think ?

  3. Alexissmith2016 says:

    HG, why is it that lessers and mids fail to understand humour ? For example I recall joking how my husband once said that he realised I was trouble on our wedding day when he saw how quickly my father ran down the aisle with me and that he saw my mother sitting there rubbing her hands afterwards. Or similar kind of comments, instead of finding it funny as intended they actually feign sympathy for me because they believe he’s being abusive. I’ve noticed this a lot with lessers and mids that much humour appears to go completely over their head. Almost similar to a person with autism who takes things literally. Yet they can find bitchy comments (about someone else – not them) hilarious !

    Your expert opinion would be very welcome.

    I also recall I asked another question here if you could be so kind when yo have time.

  4. (Kind regards) now has a whole new meaning. Every time I see it I think of that analysis and smile.

  5. E. B. says:

    What I liked most about this book was the letter analysis. A narcissistic mother sends her son and his future wife a letter about her reasons why she and her husband decided not to attend their wedding.
    There is a sentence by sentence text analysis deciphering The Hidden Meaning.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you EB, I am pleased you found that helpful.

  6. Alexissmith2016 says:

    HG, I have a question which I’d really appreciate your thoughts on.

    I’ve noticed (certainly with the mid and lesser females – not that it doesn’t happen with males or greater, just that circumstances have lead me to experience these situations) that Ns latch on to me either if they’re new to a group or situation. They’re too scared to initiate things on their own, but once ‘in there’ they literally take over and it’s as though you never existed, well, unless they need you for something again.

    I think because of my mother and sister, I’ve always had the most problems with these types. They have no affect on me any more and I never allow them to use me like that now.

    I’m interested though, what is it that makes them anxious before being in a new situation or meeting new groups of people – when past experience dictates that everyone will end up ‘“loving them’ ?

    1. Alexissmith2016 says:

      Thanks to you, they don’t have any affect on me. Apologies, I thought I’d written that

  7. Brandy says:

    HG, I’ve been reading your books but have a question. When he’s mad/irritated at me is he being nice/loving to his supply? Or he is equally mad irritated at both of us at the same time ? Thank you!!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It depends on your roles within the fuel matrix, what has occurred, where you are in the narcissistic dynamic.

  8. Jasmine says:

    Sounds interesting. I like the Q&A videos you’ve done. XO TY

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