How The Narcissist Evades When Questioned


You will have questions for the narcissist. Lots of questions.

They never get answered.


Why is the narcissist so evasive?

Why do simple questions receive a response as if you have commenced an interrogation?

Why won’t the narcissist give you the answer to a straight forward question?

Why won’t the narcissist answer even when it would be in his best interests to do so?

Why must you get answers from the narcissist?

What happens when you ask a question when painted white?

What happens when you ask a question when painted black?

What happens when you ask a question when you enter Challenge Mode?

What are the ways in which the narcissist evades your questions?

What steps can you take to prevent this problem caused by the narcissists evasiveness?

Sick of the anger, frustration and hurt caused by the evasiveness of the narcissist? Then it is time to get some answers and gain those answers which will actually help you and ensure you move forward, rather than remain stuck.

Avoid the evasion and get THE answers.

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3 thoughts on “How The Narcissist Evades When Questioned

  1. A victim who has turned into a survivor says:

    My husband uses every single one of those tactics and it took me 21 years to figure it out! No week went by without one break down but now I am done! The last one was the final straw.
    I am right now planning my escape as I am going to make sure I get my half of everything! He couldn’t hurt my „core“ and he forgot that I am smart – he will learn it…
    I am fuming that it took me so long but I am a fast learner.
    All the pain he caused, the crazy making and blaming everything on me … I have to protect our son and I will!
    I have sth he doesn’t and this are my friends and my family who have seen it as well but also didn’t understand it until now.
    He is unaware that I finally got it and I will play his game for a little bit longer until I have organized everything in detail.
    Thank you for your text as it really helps me to continue walking away with my head up high.

  2. W says:

    My kids dad does all of the above , except the last one.
    In addition, he will “rewrite history” in one of two ways.
    If , for example, we are discussing his involvement with his kids, he will a) say he’s always had the kids half of the time” (totally untrue), citing when he even had them full time at times ( for perhaps a week , on a couple,of,occasions when I was having major anxiety etc – mainly caused by his lack of support in raising them, one being special,needs!)
    b) insist on deflecting from any progression in the conversation by re-stating the entire conversation we are STILL HAVING, everything that was said so far – in simplified form, painting him as being a reasonable participant and me being rude, bitchy, hysterical etc. Also summarizing what I’ve said as “you called me a bad father” when no such words were uttered.

    HG, having read that article, it’s hard to say he’s NOT a narc, as the malign stuff is generally not present.
    Is it even possible for someone to fit that entire list (minus the last one) and NOT be a narc?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I would find it highly unlikely.

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