The Narcissist’s Social Media Laws – No. 22

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17 thoughts on “The Narcissist’s Social Media Laws – No. 22

  1. Kathleen says:

    Your website is looking quite spry. I hope you’re still considering ‘buttons’ with categories for ease of search….There would probably have to be a lot of cross-referencing since it’s quite a complicated topic that bounces all over the place.
    It could be chronological/ a timeline like entanglement from start to ‘finish’
    And all the fun milestones in between 🤣 (i can laugh now)
    Cheers HG – big day coming up Friday eh?

  2. 10M. I’m going to use that to tell all my friends that I knew you when. See how impressive I am friends? Wonder where I’ll be when you hit 20M?
    Notice I said I and not You?

    I’ll compliment you on this milestone so that I can have leverage later in case I’m accused of not complimenting your accomplishments.

    Well done HGT. 💙😍🤩

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you ABB.

  3. Stéphanie says:

    …and what is a timeline post?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      On your personal page.

      1. Stéphanie says:

        Thank you HG. And I’m sorry to be so technologically uninformed, but it seems that narcissists must utilise facebook a lot more than I thought. Does this post mean that he posts something on his personal page that I see, or tgat he posts something on my personal page? (I have seen alerts where it says someone has posted something to someone else’s timeline, sonit must be possible to do). I unfriended hum, though and don’t look at his page because I’mnot interested. I would assume that he cannot see mymeagre timeline as it’s mateys only, but also he discarded me, so he probably does not even remember I exist, anyway. So how could a cryptic post work that way?

  4. Stéphanie says:

    and what happens when you ignore a passive hoover?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It will wound.

  5. Mona says:

    I responded in an unexpected way. I blocked him. Meanwhile I showed that cryptic message to all of my friends. They laughed about it, because they could not understand, how silly an adult man could behave. Even those friends who could not believe all things I mentioned about him, shook their heads.

  6. MB says:

    I don’t know where to put this, so it’s here. Just need to get some guilt out.

    My husband (a normal) and I went to a concert Saturday night. When leaving to get in our car, we witnessed an exchange (fight) between an obvious narcissist and his victim. The man appeared to be much older than her although she did not seem to be his daughter. She had one shoe on and one off, mascara running down her face and she was crying and begging him to bring the car around and pick her up. She had been drinking, not sure why she was holding her shoe, maybe a broken heel? Maybe she had fallen and hurt herself? He was shouting horrible things to her calling her a fucking drunk, stupid for wearing those shoes he told her not to, making a complete ass out of himself while walking toward the car and leaving her far behind while shouting at her. At one point he even threatened to leave her there. I wanted to step in and help, but my husband herded me toward the car saying we should not get involved. I don’t know what I would’ve done, but I have worried and fretted about that poor girl ever since. I feel so guilty for not going to her and at least shown her some kindness, she was all alone. She needed somebody to be on her side. I don’t know what the abuser’s reaction would’ve been and things probably would’ve gotten heated between he and my husband as he would protect me. I just feel so bad for not even trying. I told my husband that the man would probably beat her when they got home and he said yes, probably. He felt no inclination to help and hasn’t brought it up since, most likely hasn’t even given it another thought. I want a do-over. I’ve been thinking about her and sending her thoughts and prayers of strength to get away from that bastard. My husband was protecting me, I know that; and a bad situation could’ve been made worse, but now I’ll never know and I feel ashamed of myself. The difference between an empath and a normal. He is a wonderful person, but feels zero need to help people he doesn’t know. Totally different when it comes to me or our children. He would kill to protect us, of that I have no doubt.

  7. dance says:

    This came in at such a timely manner. I received something similar today. Indeed is not easy to choose not to respond however it is also empowering when we make the choice to ignore.

    Thank you H G.

  8. MB says:

    Congratulations on 10 HG! Any big announcements? Any contests? This is big!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you.

  9. Shannen says:

    It’s a good thing I don’t look! Keep creepin’ on my page though everything is locked down!

  10. SN says:

    Life’s equations.

    Passive hoover — active dustcart

  11. 1jaded1 says:

    Way past the 10MM mark. Congrats.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you 1jaded1.

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