Getting Out

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Realisation has finally arrived that you have been sucked into the nightmare world of the narcissist. No contact is the way forward but have you got what it takes to resist the machinations of the Narcissist as she or he does their utmost to derail your campaign? You need to prepare for no contact and who better than to tell you how to do it than the dark-hearted master narcissist. Invaluable techniques are delivered so you can prepare and maximise your chances of attaining no contact and beating the narcissist.

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10 thoughts on “Getting Out”

  1. NarcAngel
    most definitely .

    When I did meet him he was so “nice “to me so rude to everyone else, when I was polite to the toilet lady he told me she is looking for attention and is irrelevant I should only be kind to him .just Disgusting . And so much more superciliously behaviour .

  2. I canceled a date w someone who I thought maybe could be a somatic mid-range narcissist now he’s crying because I canceled isn’t mad at me but keeps looking for my sympathy what do you think ?

    Veryyyy dramatic

  3. HG,
    If you have time, what about the scenario where 2 midrangers are in a relationship and one leaves. Any idea how long the other one will keep trying to hoover? Could it drag on the same as a narc/empath pairing? Think I’m watching this play out right now in my family. Thanks.

    1. Hello Windstorm, this will be addressed in greater detail in a forthcoming When Narcissists Collide article, but the principles with regard to the Hoover Trigger and the Hoover Execution Criteria are just as applicable to N v N as N v E.

      1. Thank you very much for taking the time to get back to me about this, HG. It’s my youngest son (LMR) and he’s desperately chasing this girl like his life depends on it and trying to suck me into his drama (and consequent poor financial decisions). I’ve considered a consultation for your input, but I probably don’t know enough details to make it worthwhile.

        I’ve always tried to follow my exhusband’s advice on family narc drama which is, “Never talk to crazy. Just get the hell away and stay out of it.” Good advice, but hard to follow when the “crazy” is my son, sitting in the car next to me! Lol! Hope you’re having a good weekend!

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