Sitting Target

Why did the narcissist choose you? How did he or she go about deciding that you were the ideal target for him to launch his campaign of seduction upon? Did you do something to attract the attentions of this dangerous foe? This direct and comprehensive book will enable you to understand what it is that the varying types of narcissist look for when they are searching for victims. Whether you wish to prevent it happening again or you need to understand why you were chosen, this book will deliver the answers in an uncompromising and straight forward manner. What are the things that various types of narcissist look for? How do they go about establishing their targets satisfy those traits? What are the Special Traits which attract all narcissists? Where are their hunting grounds and which is the most dangerous? Who does the narcissist go after and why are certain people left alone? What does the narcissist mean when he or she is looking for green lights? These questions and more are answered in this hard-hitting and unsettling look into why the narcissist chooses you.

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2 thoughts on “Sitting Target

  1. Licinia says:


    In Siting Target, you note that “the co-dependent is highly prized, is always a primary source, and is only discarded for a short period. . .[y]ou will have our kind fighting it out to secure your fuel and is one of the few occasions where you may witness a narcissist becoming undone at the hands of another. . .” (p. 61).

    In Chained, you note that “[T]he co-dependent will be content to care for both narcissists. . .[but][n]either narcissist will allow such a situation to persist. . .We do not like to share.” (p. 100).

    I have a couple of questions applicable to a married target co-dependent.

    1. If an MMRE originally assesses or targets a married co-dependent (who is in devaluation with another narcissist), but it appears that only a DLS type of arrangement would be possible due to external threats (e.g., potential job loss), does that exclude the married co-dependent from consideration because she cannot be a primary source?

    2. If the narcissists do not like to share co-dependents, then how can a DLS arrangement work in this situation?

    3. Following on from No. 2, can this “inoculate” a co-dependent from being a DLS?

    Thanks so much.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      1. Not exclude but makes them less desirable.
      2. So long as the narcissist feels that when he calls on the DLS she is available. Since she is DLS she is not a primary and therefore there will not be a repeated call on her.
      3. No.

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