The Igniters of Fury – No. 9


9 thoughts on “The Igniters of Fury – No. 9

  1. lisk says:

    I am working on getting a new job WITHOUT his assistance (he used to help me with cover letters, resumes, interviews, etc.). It has really been fun digging deep and doing it by myself.

    If I succeed without him, will he at least be less furious if he has a new IPPS and/or a few IPSSs?

  2. Dena says:

    Does the narcissist (lesser) get jealous/wounded when they feel you have moved on with another person post escape?

    1. HG Tudor says:


  3. Mona says:

    I thought, “managing without us” referred to how he tried to sabotage within the relationship. Whenever I managed something pretty well, he degraded it or started a fight about nothing or tried to keep me away from work, so that it was pretty exhausting to be successful after that.
    My mother is specialized in that behavior too.

  4. WhoCares says:

    Haha – I got really, really good at this one. My narcs were the best teachers in ‘managing without them’ – since they could never be relied on when it came down to the line. As a result I have succeeded in always thinking resourcefully and in a troubleshooting manner – that’s my superpower…I’ve learned to create something out of virtually nothing. And it gives me great satisfaction to know that this ignites their fury…

  5. Getting There says:

    Does this apply to only IPPS or also IPSS when disengaged/escaped?

    1. HG Tudor says:


      1. Getting There says:

        Thank you for your answer, HG!

      2. Nika says:

        I would not want to ever purposely ignite their fury!

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