Fury

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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5 thoughts on “Fury”

  1. Excellent book!
    I purchased this just to find out what you did. (I read something on a thread and was a curious cat) Yowza! You did not disappoint. Watching you perform your “tricks of the trade” as a witness, in place of victim, opened my eyes exponentially.
    Like.. WTF??!?
    Truly, being able to relate to the hideous abuse, and view it from a place of the truth, it’s enlightening, comforting, and a huge part of my healing.

    Thank you HG xx

  2. This and the information about the devaluing were the flash that set me free. It wasn’t me. It had never been me. It never would be me. It was the mess that is him.

    That was the moment I escaped from hell. Sometimes he pulls me back, but he can never trap me there again. He might kill my body, but my soul is now forever free.

    I saw a video of a dog that cried in pain when it was petted because it had been so severely traumatised. That was me to start with here. How could I respond to any kindness except in angry fear when torment has been my daily existence?

    There is not even a proper word for love in our language, but there is a word that is specifically to say she is terrorised.

    1. Leslie, I like this post; you are changing right in front of our eyes! I think I remember one of your very first posts when you were lashing out at HG. It sounds to me like you are making forward progress. I’m so happy for you! May you one day be free of your narc, and happy and healed.

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