Ghosted and Gilded


The opportunity to understand the way that the narcissist thinks and behaves is a rare occurrence. Here you will find an array of explanations across different topics and scenarios which will give you unrivalled insight into this dark and destructive individual. Gaining understanding of how this person regards you and the world around him or her is the key to unshackling yourself from the confusion, bewilderment and distress that accompanies any entanglement with a narcissist. This book provides a multitude of observations which will illuminate your understanding and assist you in gaining comprehension of what you are dealing with.

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7 thoughts on “Ghosted and Gilded

  1. Bubbles 🍾 says:

    Dear Mr Tudor,
    Many thanks for your explanation and clarifying ….extremely helpful
    It reconfirms to me, the empath’s journey is very much a personal and lonely one because no ones really cares, no one really wants to know or understand and no one really likes the new knowledgable you.

    Your platform to allow us to “vent and share” is more important than you may be aware …as is your personal interaction …. I believe you are a life saver ….. so my most humble gratitude and thanks

    I do have your book Smeared …I just haven’t got to it yet

    Your books are extremely easy to read, explained simply, your attention to detail is amazing and your profiling and categorising of people are absolutely astonishing.

    You are like no other and most definitely unique

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you.

      1. Bubbles 🍾 says:

        Your most welcome

  2. Bubbles 🍾 says:

    Dear Mr Tudor,
    I have broached the subject of “narcissistic behaviours and character traits” with those I know and they seem somewhat offended, uncomfortable and appear to not like the ugly word “narcissist”. No one is interested to know, hear or talk about the topic. Are you able to shed some light as to why this is happening?
    Thank you so much

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Are these people family and friends? Are your comments specific to people they know?

      1. Bubbles🍾 says:

        Yes and some acquaintances

        My comments are related to people on the tv or in the news

        Some have been people they know, but they happened to have mentioned a trait or characteristic first

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Thank you for expanding Bubbles. As I explained in Smeared, people do not like to be told what to think, so often the person who is conveying the information about narcissism is doing so to be helpful but it may come across as “preachy” or telling people what to think. Often it is the case that unless you have experienced it, it is really hard for someone to grasp that a person would behave like that. Add in the fact you may be talking about someone they know (and possibly like) they have a natural defensiveness. Put these matters together and there is an innate resistance.

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