Your Fault

 

 

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STOP PLAYING THE BLAME GAME

Why is it always your fault? Why does the narcissist never accept that he or she is to blame? How are they so adept at blaming others and especially you? Why do they do that? How do they achieve this blame evasion? What is behind their need to place the blame elsewhere? Why do narcissists create blame bombs and what do they do with them? These questions and more besides are posed and answered in the usual direct style, straight from the caustic tongue of the narcissist himself. Understand the reasons behind the narcissist’s relationship with blame and finally understand why it is always your fault.

 

US e-book here

UK e-book here

CAN e-book here

AUS e-book here

 

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13 thoughts on “Your Fault”

  1. Im laughing here HG and Getting There and I agree about books there is something nice about turning the pages and rereading good books till they are dog eared and then the thought popped in my head (taking your favorite narcissist to bed ) haha only because that is where I read ..so I think I should be blushing too but also it would be so nice to see HG Tudor books on Waterstones book stands …ah I have gone into a little dream now about book signings … sorry for the indulgence HG …

    1. Candleglow2, I like your comment! I had to look up Waterstones; sorry. I assume the books are not there either. I have looked for his books here on the shelves at Barnes and Nobles to no avail. Kindle is cheaper and faster in delivery than ordering books from Amazon, so that is great news. I do prefer the real books still.
      That was a new twist about taking your favorite narcissist to bed by taking his books there. LOL

      1. Hi Getting There ..and oh yes Barnes and Nobles but like you say Kindle is faster and cheaper so its all good as long as we get to read the eloquent words of HG ! That is all that matters..and your reply of course ! LOL n Thankxyou

  2. I actually feel guilt for a second every time I see that cover with the big finger pointing at me. Like I did something wrong and the guy knows about it.
    I really need to shake that guilt off. Lol

    1. Yes, you naughty person, you know you’ve misbehaved and the Finger of Blame is coming to get you!

      1. Indeed I have been naughty all my life and the Finger of Blame has come after me many times.
        HG, you who fear nothing and know no guilt, could you please give the Finger of Blame the finger for me and tell it to leave me alone.
        Thanks in advance and thanks for the guilt trip too.

  3. Please don’t take this as being critical. Why are quite a few of your books not available in paperback?
    While I understand it is 2018, I prefer to have it hard versus electronic. Maybe it is not financial profitable to make and thus why.

    1. It is simply the case of having time to go through the conversion process which takes more time (and I have many titles) that you might realise. I will be progressing this.

      I am pleased to note that you prefer to have it hard.

      1. Lol, I thought exactly the same when I read the comment.
        Getting There prefers to have it hard than electronic. Hmmm

      2. LOL Oh my!
        I meant I prefer hard books, where I can physically hold them and physically turn pages, versus electronic books.

        Thank you for the insight of why! I look forward to others becoming available in paperback when you are able.

        Until then I think I should sleep before giving away too much more. (That is only a joke.)

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