Black Flag

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Why does he do that? Why does she behave in that manner? How many times have you considered, discussed and debated the behaviour of a partner, friend, family member of colleague when their behaviour has left you puzzled? Why do they always react in a certain way? Why do they behave in that odd manner? Most of the time it is an abusive action which is being delivered by a narcissist but the victim has no idea why this is happening or who they have tangled with. People may have heard of projection, triangulation or gaslighting but would you recognise it when one of those manipulations is being played out against you? Chances are the answer is no. Here are fifty real life manifestations of abuse which show up as a black flag in a relationship with a narcissistic abuser. Not only does this direct compendium detail what those forms of abuse show as, what they really are and what the effect can be, you will also learn from the master practitioner why this happens. Remarkable insight and enlightenment.

Recognise the abuse and understand why it happens to you.

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6 thoughts on “Black Flag

  1. Brian says:

    Have you ever talked to another greater about what you both are?
    Like asking if he/she enjoys torturing their significant other or other pertinent questions.
    I wonder if the others have different words they have made up to describe fuel.

  2. Joy4Life says:

    He’s coming back tomorrow!

  3. Tonya Johnson says:

    HG you are awesome. I can’t wait to get this book.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Indeed I am and thank you.

      1. Joy4Life says:

        ha ha…

  4. Melinda says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen, I am married woman. Bird in a golden cage. Kept woman. After 18 monogamous years of marriage, I ventured out to a social function alone. I did this often, with approval of my husband of course, as I once again was bored with my life. My husband is rarely home, away with business.

    I met my ex narc at this function. He’s 20 years younger than me, swept me away (a Greater), knew I was married. He wanted me to divorce . . . blah, blah, blah . . . and no doubt in my mind, I was his IP. He was my paramour.

    After 4 months, I wanted to discard him. He was losing control, lost control and sexually assaulted me twice in a 3 hour period. Actually, I was lucky he left no marks–just terror and a dose of PTSD. Loss of trust. I feel like a fool. (I’m reading Exorcism by Tudor right now) . . . and yet I long for him.

    Help. Anyone else been a link in a chain of fools? Ended up unknowingly with a Greater? How long have you been free? I will never be free of my husband . . . he has strong narcissistic traits but not a narc.

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