Why does he lash out at you, abuse, assault and insult?

Why do you get ignored and cold-shouldered?

Why does he walk off and disappear?

Here is the answer.

By understanding fury, what causes it and what purpose it serves you will unlock a fundamental element of the narcissistic dynamic.

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8 thoughts on “Fury”

  1. HG,

    go narcissists feel pleasure when they are in rage, when they experience a heated fury?

    Well I believe I am normal person but when someone pulls my strings I feel the heat inside, my blood is hot, like I got struck by lightning. And the odd thing is this is a pleasant feeling. I feel powerfull, because I can now do or say thing that will amaze other people. It’s difficult to control it. But after the fact I feel guilty and bad that I lost control. But when I feel that heat, it feels great.

    What about the narcicissists? Is heated fury pleasure for them?

  2. I got the police to finally take an interest in keeping the narc from killing me. Now he’s doing a hoover and has found a couple counsellor (a long past request of mine). He’s stalking my life. I live i. A country that puts IMMENSE pressure on women to “forgive” (not hold accountable) male violence and toxicity so I’m being pushed into the counselling stuff which I already know is farcical. He’s displaced responsibility for the police action against him as being my fault and nothing to do with his behaviour.

    How do I stay calm in counselling? I know he will try to provoke me. What kind of drama is he likely to pull? How can I enforce my personal boundaries?

    1. This is a matter which is best addressed through consultation given the amount of detail to provide to you.

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