A Personal Jesus


I am your personal Jesus. I enter your life and bring light and healing. Have you been hurt and damaged by another who did not value the honesty, decency and truthfulness by which you lead your life? I will soothe your fevered brow and reassure you that you are a good person. I bring calm where there is confusion and misunderstanding. Listen to me as I explain to you how the world really is. I have created paradise. I will open its gates and let you gaze upon it. Feel the love, warmth and tranquillity flow from it. This is all yours. All you need to do is follow me. That is all I ask. Come with me and I will be your world. I am everywhere and understand everything. When you are feeling down I will call you and remind you of how wonderful you are. My angels will remind you through my text messages and love notes of how special you are. You have a place reserved in my heaven. I chose it for you.

If you feel that your journey through life has taken a wrong turn, let me guide you. If the road ahead seems dark and stony, do not be troubled. Climb onto my back and let me carry you. I am your angel and my wingspan is wide enough to protect both of us from the darkness that lurks in the world. Open your heart to me. Give it freely and it will prosper under my stewardship. Listen to my words. They are imbued with wisdom and you are welcome to keep them as watchword to your heart. For too long you have struggled alone. I am here to relieve your burden and show you the wonderful, beautiful perfect love that you deserve. Just take my hand and follow me.

I am your saviour.

62 thoughts on “A Personal Jesus

  1. Samantha says:

    This is the Devil in Sheep’s clothing. Jesus warned me about you!

  2. Chihuahuamum says:

    I found this on idoltry it was from a religious angle but no matter if your spiritual or not it seemed to match many aspects of narcissism as far as making the narcissist our number 1.

    Here are 10 Signs You’re Idolizing Something or Someone:

    1. You find your worth and value in them because they give you status, popularity, and power.

    2. When you think of your life without them, you feel empty inside.

    3. When you’re away from them, they are all you can think about. Night and day, Day and night.

    4. You often feel like they give your life purpose. Without them, there’s no you. Does this sound familiar?

    5. They have a major influence on the way you feel and think about yourself. They have total control of your self-esteem.

    6. Most of your time is consumed by them. If you could, you would spend 24/7 with them. As the saying goes… “You eat, sleep, and breathe” them.

    7. You schedule everything around them. You try to squeeze God in wherever you can instead of making Him the priority to begin with.

    8. You neglect other important aspects of your life in order to focus on the one thing  that really matters to you.

    9. You’d rather put your faith into someone or something other than God.

    10. You found yourself nodding throughout this list, reaffirming that you’ve got work to do.

  3. Chihuahuamum says:

    Love how you incorporate your favorite bands songs in your work HG.
    Very fitting and reminds me of a sermon to be careful of idolization and ironically npd is idolizing oneself. Any person or thing can become your personal jesus that you find your self identity and self worth in.
    My fav band REM’s song everybody hurts would be fitting to npd. Narcissism hurts on both sides the narc and the victim.
    I find a lot of meaning thru songs and quite often find a song will pop up on the radio i can really resonate with at that particular moment.
    Theres many lyrics about narcissists out there.

  4. SMH says:

    HG, I don’t know where to post this but A Personal Jesus seems as good a place as any. What do you think of Julian Assange?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Under arrest.

      He is a narcissist.

      1. SMH says:

        That’s what I thought – I mean I know he is under arrest but I now also know that he is a narc. Thank you. That picture of him with the beard is rather sad, though maybe he is trying to look like Jesus on his way to his crucifixion. Just in time for Passover, Good Friday and Easter! Doesn’t get much better than that for the memes!

      2. Sweetest Perfection says:

        I don’t understand that, HG. Under arrest for being a narcissist? He definitely is under arrest now and according to you, a narcissist. Are the two statements correlated? I have my own opinion about this but prefer to refrain from writing publicly about it, even though I’m anonymous.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          No, he was arrested for failing to surrender and was convicted of that charge yesterday in a court.

          He is a narcissist. He was not arrested for being a narcissist.

          1. Chihuahuamum says:

            I had to laugh at the image in my head of narcissists were arrested 🤣 …must be overtired😆☺

            Off topic but im enjoying following your travels on instagram HG!

          2. Sweetest Perfection says:

            The brain tends to create its own syntactic associations. In the way they are juxtaposed, the first sentence seemed to be causative of the second one. I know he wasn’t arrested just for being a narcissist, that’s why it sounded funny.

  5. Ashley says:

    HG do you know who Joel Osteen is? Do you think he is a narc?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I don’t know that person.

      1. Sarah Jane says:

        Hopefully, that wasn’t a slip-through name to get you to name and shame their narc.

    2. kel says:


      I watch Joel Osteen and I get daily email of encouragement from him. I met him at Barnes & Nobles last year!

      He’s got a good message and directs you to God, not himself. Whether he is or isn’t a narcissist doesn’t matter to me.

      1. Twilight says:

        Well HG this maybe my longest comment. Not as awesome as yours, I am in extreme pain I just wish I knew where it was originated from.
        As you know HG I do not follow organize religion IMO it is all full of your kind using doctrine as a way of controlling people by “rules” that are written within the Bible……more like scripture taken out of context and changed as societies perspective has changed.

        Joel Olsten is a false teacher and IMO a Narcissist
        He is charismatic, he speaks of what one wants to hear not what one needs to hear for his gains, takes scripture out of contest to serve his purpose under the guise of “preaching” , show off of his materialistic gains and conveniencing people all the have to do is think it and it shall be. Who benefits from alll of his followers tithes?
        His church being flashy and he has a nice paycheck his church pays him.

        My ex and I had a long discussion about Joel Olsten and he pointed out things in his mannerism that didn’t feel right to me.

        These are taken from articles attached at the end.

        “Overarching all that Joel and Victoria Osteen teach is the prosperity gospel: God’s will is that we be blessed with material things, a view that contradicts 1 Timothy 6:6.

        (1 Timothy 6:6-10 King James Version (KJV)

        6 But godliness with contentment is great gain.

        7 For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.

        8 And having food and raiment let us be therewith content.

        9 But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition.

        10 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.)

        As the Lakewood Church’s website says, “To be successful in your walk with God, commit to honor God with your finances. When you commit to give the Lord the first 10% of your income, God promises He will pour out blessings you cannot contain. Tithing is the first key to financial prosperity.” Lakewood’s website then quotes the favorite proof-text for this teaching, Malachi 3:10.

        (Malachi 3:10 King James Version (KJV)

        10 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it.)

        It is a prime example of taking Old Covenant promises to Israel out of context to apply them to New Covenant believers.”


        “Another problem in Osteen’s message is his promotion of name-it-claim-it or word-faith theology: “We have to conceive it on the inside before we’re ever going to receive it on the outside,” Osteen writes. “If you don’t think you can have something good, then you never will. The barrier is in your mind. . . . Your own wrong thinking can keep you from God’s best. . . . To experience [God’s] immeasurable favor, you must rid yourself of that small-minded thinking and start expecting God’s blessings, start anticipating promotion and supernatural increase. You must conceive it in your heart before you can receive it. In other words, you must make increase in your own thinking, then God will bring those things to pass” (from Your Best Life Now, chapter 1). There is nothing biblical about such teaching. There is no power inherent in positive thinking, and we do not create our own realities. God is not our servant, standing by and waiting for us to fire up our imaginations so He can lavish us with material goods. Jesus told His followers to “give up everything you have” (Luke 14:33), not to seek to get more.”

        (Luke 14:33 New King James Version (NKJV)

        33 So likewise, whoever of you does not forsake all that he has cannot be My disciple.)

        “In numerous interviews and writings, Osteen has failed to proclaim that Jesus is the only way to heaven. He has repeatedly refused to agree with the teachings of the Bible that certain behaviors are sinful.”

        “When you don’t talk about sin—and Osteen purposefully does not—you’re not preaching the whole gospel. When you barely, if ever, call sin what it is, you’re not helping anyone, least of all the sinner who is enslaved to sin (John 8:34; 2 Corinthians 4:3). Joel Osteen teaches that we are being saved from unhappiness and failure in life, not from sin and God’s wrath. Osteen does not teach that we need a divine rescue from judgment, but rather simply a self-improvement plan.”

        (John 8:34 King James Version (KJV)

        34 Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whosoever committeth sin is the servant of sin.

        2 Corinthians 4:3-4 King James Version (KJV)

        3 But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost:

        4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.)

        “What Joel Osteen pushes is a shell of legitimate biblical Christianity, at best, and a dangerous counterfeit at worst. When all you have to offer is materialism and emotion, you’re not an evangelist. You’re a motivational speaker who borrows religious terminology.”

        From second link

        “But, speaking to “seeds of greatness God has placed in all of us?” What a load of rubbish! However, this is exactly how the “we are little gods” aspect of WOF is presented. Then, when Soledad O’Brien, in reference to homosexuality, says “when you call people sinners, that’s not uplifting.” Osteen says: “I don’t focus on that; I only talk about that on the interviews.” And, then, he says: “I’ve stayed in my lane and my lane is lifting people’s spirits.” Right here we can see that Joel Osteen is not fulfilling the role of a pastor. In 2 Timothy 4:1-2, Paul instructs Timothy: “I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at His appearing and His kingdom; Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine.”

        “However, at the beginning of this blog I mentioned the fact that by 2006, three million copies of “Your Best Life Now” had been sold. And, then Osteen signed a multi-million dollar deal with Simon and Shuster for additional books. So, it’s easy to see how he was able to afford this elegant home his wife dreamed of having. God did not bring to pass the incredible popularity of a book which would lead people astray. Osteen actually earned the money due to the gullibility of a great number of people.”

        This is the link to this small bit of info on Joel Olsten


        1. HG Tudor says:

          Very interesting and thank you for taking the time to share these observations and in constructing them.

          1. Twilight says:

            Thank you HG

            I proved he was a false teacher via the evidence he provides in a debate once. I called him a wolf in sheep’s clothing and had to provided evidence. John was proud of me….yet I see now he was actually watching me, learning how I put things together from what we discussed and what I actually found on my own.

            I had another teacher dealing with “religious studies “ one of yours HG a Greater whom I am friends with to this day, he pointed me to many interesting information inline being Christianity holidays is actually roots are pagan and how Christians twisted things to make them look Christian rooted. I impressed him once.
            He has interesting profile pictures and posts on FB. I use to observe him debate that is why you remind me of him and him of you…..the approach is similar.

        2. kel says:

          Joel directs people to get into a Bible based church on every sermon. To physically go to a local church, which is where you would tithe.

          He is not the same as Billy Graham.

          But he is not the fake preacher that Jimmy Swaggart and Jerry Falwell types are.

          You do need to believe before you can receive. You need to direct yourself to where you want to go. Joel says if you’re only focused on yourself then you can’t be focused on God.

          Now when I met him at the bookstore, he was a bit focused on my ample bust, which was disappointing to me. I could see he was trying not to be that way. It did make me wonder whether he was a narcissist or just human.

          His message is good. He directs you to God, not himself.

          1. Twilight says:


            Can a narcissist bring about good things, yes they can, I have never said they couldn’t.

            Joel Olsten is a false teacher that directs one to feel good emotions and materialism, not god. He uses the Bible to twist the context of scripture to stir peoples emotions into seeing what he wants them to then changing their paradigm. He serves himself, not God.

          2. kel says:


            Really dear, don’t presume to know so much. I know the difference between a fake preacher and a real one. It’s disheartening to me that you feel so good about taking positive messages out of society as the world needs something good to hear these days especially. Joel is saying he’s trying to stay neutral of politics and public opinions in order to spread spiritual positivity. There’s not a list of subjects a preacher is required to teach. Joel has chosen to send out a positive message, and has to dodge a lot of negative critics. Jesus had to do the same thing from the synagogue priests to the Roman government to the crowds of people- who went from adoring him to smearing him at his crucifixion.

            HG did not disparage Joel, did not agree with you. He acknowledged your comment and the effort you put into it. It’s interesting that a narcissist did not smear or talk negatively, but the empath or normal did. At least when a narcissist does something evil it’s because of a physical dysfunctional lack of empathy, and is something he physically must do to function. When an empath is judgmental and smearing, who has the ability to love, seems more of a sin.

            Then you replied back to HG tooting how well you thought you had pointed out an argument, seemed you were wanting to impress HG. Some people seem to put themselves on their own pedestal to feel special. I have no interest in appeasing them or even in debating them. But I don’t like the disservice you do interfering with help others could be getting from a man of God. Whether he is a narcissist or not, who are you to judge?

            Do you watch Joel’s sermons? Do you get his daily email’s? Have you ever requested followers prayers on his prayer line? It’s all free incidentally- like HG’s is.

            Can you stand up to your own litmus test?
            Have you spread as much good in the world as Joel or helped as many people? HG is a narcissist, special or not, his own agenda or not, have you done as much good in the world as he has?

            Judge not lest you be judged.
            He who has more will be judged harsher.
            There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
            He who has no sin, cast the first stone.

            I could go on and on. But instead I’ll turn the other cheek.

          3. Twilight says:


            You presume I was trying to impress HG, I do not need nor have a desire to impress him and he knows this. I also don’t need HG to agree with me, he knows me well enough I can and will provide evidence to prove my case.

            You also presume HG didn’t agree with me, what he didn’t do is assume by the few facts I provided that I am right.

            You state you can identify a fake preacher yet was ensnared by a narcissist, how Can you identify one yet not the other?

            Please identify where I smeared Joel Olsten? I spoke truth something few are afraid to do for fear they will be rejected and isolated from others.

            You have no idea the original definition of what an Authentic Empath is, only what society dictates is an Empath which has been taken out of context.

            You judge me by your definition of an Empath…..I am not an Empath I am A Empath there is a big difference between the two.

          4. Twilight says:



            If you desire to use scripture against me keep it in context.

            Matthew 7:1-7 King James Version (KJV)

            7 Judge not, that ye be not judged.

            2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.

            3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?

            4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?

            5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.

            6 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.

            One is not to be a hypocrite when judging, not that we are not to judge. We judge everyday.

          5. Twilight says:


            I wanted to add people don’t need a positive message they need truth, even a lie can be dressed up in a “positive” way doesn’t change the fact it is still a lie and misleading and people gobble it up because it makes them feel good.

        3. kel says:

          Also I want to say that HG is a narcissist. He has done so much good for me. Joel Osteen has done good for me too. I’ve used his prayer line for problems in my life, which are always plentiful when you don’t realize you’ve got narcissists in your life.

          Whether only HG is a narcissist or if both are doesn’t matter to me. They have both been life savers and have done so much good for me. They both direct me away from narcissists, and the latter towards God. That’s where I feel like I belong, that’s where my heart is, though not always my mind. If we could be as devoted to God as we’ve been mindful of the narcissist’s in our lives, would be amazing. They have physical advantage.

          Whether narcissist’s can be good, can work for good despite their evil, is between them and God, not me. The only person we should judge that way, outside of blatant dictators and murderers, is ourselves.

          1. Getting There says:

            I hope neither of you mind if I add my own thoughts on this discussion.
            I support organized religions and do not hokd the same view that you shared, Twilight. However, I respect individuals who do not support organized religion as I can understand they may not believe in a higher power or they are disgusted by those who have abused the good of the faith, whichever faith, as well as the trust of the followers. Or for whatever reason.
            Personally I am not a fan of Joel Osteen. I really enjoyed Twilight’s break down of beliefs versus what the Bible says as I have previously heard examples of what she illustrated. My biggest issue was when the hurricane hit Houston and it took news reports and social media to report that he didn’t open his church for those needing a place. That was a perfect time to illustrate the Christian welcome for all in need, and it should have been second nature to make it happen or at least do as much as possible with the resources they had. With all that said, I have bought Joel Osteen items for others. While I hate supporting what I see as more materialistic style, I have friends who are encouraged by what he says. If they are encouraged and it helps them in developing their own faith or helps them handle life’s situations, it is worth the money. If in building their faith or hope up they find more strength and ability to help themselves and others, it was definitely worth the money as the impact is positive to many.
            This lends to my struggle about MRNs. If their facade is helping or supporting others, who then in turn help and support others, I struggle with the importance of intentions. I am not talking about the abuse they do, but I am talking of the good for the facade. For example, a MRN doctor, for his facade or selfish reasons, goes to a very poor area and heals others. How important is the reason behind it if there is good that comes of it? What if that narcissists inspires a non- narcissist to become a doctor and do the same type of helping others or another way of helping others? Is it not the case that the MRN believes as much as any person that the purpose of the action they are doing is out of love and good? Maybe it is my organized religion’s fault for teaching me that only One knows what is truly in a person’s heart, not man. Many of us, regardless of narcissist or not, don’t even understand why we always do what we do ourselves.
            To go back to Joel Osteen, though. I do have concern that when people can look at the lack of alignment of words and actions of these individuals who are supposed to represent and then run from any kind of faith; I am not referring to organized religion but faith in general.

          2. kel says:

            It’s an interesting topic of conversation to look at the good things narcissist’s do for society. Whether it’s on purpose, an unintended consequence, or for facade, some of the good things they do could put the rest of us to shame. Narcissist’s are human after all and do form opinions of what they believe is right or wrong politically and so on. That their nature is so evil, makes the good they do so much more impressive. Empaths are so focused internally, we might be missing out on contributing to society as much as we should be. I’ve learned to think logically not emotionally from HG, and this thread has actually inspired me to start thinking about my own contributions to helping others.

        4. pavotdeschamps says:

          Twilight, remember who you really are in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. You have the knowledge from the Word, and the help from the Holy Spirit on the inside of you to help you sort through all of this.

          Here is a verse from the Bible that may help :

          “I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will guide you with My eye.” (Psalm 32:8)

          You will find more on this site :

          1. pavotdeschamps says:

            My comment seems a bit short and harsh as the result of where it falls in the line up of all comments. Please know that I responded solely to your heartache and wish you well. In the link provided, you will find words of encouragement and much more. I trust that Jesus will take care of His loved one.

          2. Twilight says:


            I understood your comment. I appreciate your reaching out to me.

        5. FYC says:

          Hi Twilight, I agree with you about organized religion. Power always corrupts. I don’t know much about Joel Olsten, but get the feeling your case is sound.

          I’m so sorry to hear about your extreme pain. How can we help? If any information might free you, I’ll gladly share any I have acquired. Wishing you peace and healing soon.

        6. Narc noob says:

          Hi Twilight, are there two of you here? Sometimes I see a twilight profile with a picture, other times it’s one without.

          1. Twilight says:

            Narc noob

            To my knowledge there is only me, sometimes I pop up as DFA (depends on if I am using an older device of mine), which is a name I went by when I first came to the blog.

  6. Sarah Jane says:

    Very similar to a Cult, I’d say. Charles Mansonesque.

    …with a dash of Stockholm Syndrome, on the rocks. Voila! Enjoy your façade as nails cocktail.

  7. Fenris says:

    HG…no you are not!! HE is more,better,and his love will always top yours…

    1. HG Tudor says:

      He doesn’t exist. I do. I win.

      1. FYC says:

        Dare I provoke? Where is the evidence God does not exist? 😉

        1. pavotdeschamps says:

          I second you on that one! 😉

        2. pavotdeschamps says:

          I seconde you on that one! 😉

        3. FYC says:

          Turns out you do believe…

          “So yes, I believe in God…”

          You are certainly doing good works here.

    2. kel says:

      God is love and a narcissist can’t love.

      A narcissist feels hate, fury, envy, jealousy, power- so the road they’re on is in a different direction, isn’t it?

      As far as I know, my narcissist mother and brother believed in God though.

      1. foolme1time says:

        Probably when it suited them to do so. 🤗

  8. santaann1964 says:

    Oh now come on Mr. H

  9. Dearest HG: I feel so common. I wrote on one of your posts, yesterday, regarding the 3 griefs: That I flung myself on him, after a while. That “I wanted him to save me.“ Perhaps we all want to be saved from something.

    1. Sarah Jane says:

      There once was a man called HG,
      Whose tudorites sang with much glee,
      When he’d let a post through,
      Oh look, that’s from you,
      Along with princesssuperempath’s other three.

  10. Fenris says:

    And to find out the deception, the trauma,humiliation and hurt……..

  11. Abw Flying says:

    Mr Tudor “was invented by God to test our belief in him.”

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Amen to that.

      1. santaann1964 says:

        As I have commented before I believe this too! But evil never wins. You will keep hunting and we will be at peace. My soul is light and the narcissist soul is very very dark. A walking sin!

      2. Claire says:

        That is taking it a touch too far!

  12. Lisa says:

    Oh wow! Interesting. Certainly the women in my narc’s life think that he is Jesus. And in the beginning, I couldn’t believe my good fortune. I was blind, but now I see.

  13. foolme1time says:

    There are some who may laugh at this post. Then there are others (like myself ) who sadly at one point believed this to be true. How damaged I must truly be.

    1. Christine says:

      I have a hobby of studying cults, as well as studying abuse generally. One thing I’ve learned: Lovebombing always works. On anyone. (Yep, I’ve seen narcs fall for it.) Oh, the perpetrators have to be able to get a whisker in the door first — most people are inoculated against Scientology at this point, for instance. But abusers/cults/con artists know what kind of people will be susceptible to their particular cons, and that’s who they target.

      Not trusting anyone ever doesn’t work to keep yourself safe, either, because people who trust no one fall to lovebombing at a greater rate than anyone else.

      You didn’t fall prey because there’s something wrong with you, any more than being punched in the face would mean there’s something wrong with you. You were targeted by a skilled parasite whose entire waking second has been geared toward this since they were very young. The best defense is realizing that it can happen to absolutely anyone.

      1. foolme1time says:

        Thank you Christine, Cults I find interesting. Abuse is something I know of first hand. Being on here and hearing from people of all walks of life has helped me realize just how devious these types are! I don’t want this taken the wrong way, but look at SM, Her Brains, beauty, especially her intelligence could not stop her from falling in love with one, if not the most dangerous narcissist out there. I feel as if I’m in good company on this blog and I know now it was not my fault.

        1. santaann1964 says:

          💯 truth

        2. princesssuperempath says:

          Foolmetime: The most dangerous narcissist out there??? The most dangerous are probably a type of lesser narcissists who feel they have nothing to lose, and in an act of blinding fury, carry out something stupendously shocking. I perceive that HG Tudor loves his freedom to walk about here and there to ever do something so ultimately restrictive to himself. He even desires his inheritance in the fullness of time. So he has much to live for, for his own reasons. Also, he has a desire for a legacy and actively labors with astonishing dedication to ensure it and to guarantee it. And by enabling empaths, amazingly, for his own reasons. That is not dis-honorable in any way that I can perceive. He is no doubt one of the geniuses of narcissism, if not The Genius of his type from what I am witnessing, but the Most Genius is not always the Most actively Dangerous in anything, especially when they enjoy, a vague term I admit, but I digress—especially when they enjoy being alive, being free, or at least are evidently doing their best, to enjoy this life. If he is the most dangerous narcissist out there, I would agree hands down that his danger is beyond a shadow of a doubt, and without contradiction, to other Narcissists. He is definitely their bete noire, their nemesis, their worthy adversary. And, that is a good and most excellent state of affairs.

        3. SMH says:

          foolme1time, We only know what HG has told us about SM. Unless we hear from her, see her, speak with her, I do not think we can form a judgment. Have SM’s family members met HG? Have they noticed something she has not noticed? Has anyone spoken to her about HG? Is she in love with him or just having a good time? We don’t know. Nevertheless, you are in good company on this blog and it is not your fault at all.

      2. Christine, as I studied the mid ranger over time, I noticed that he was always hunting. 24/7. It is a habit. I think there also is bit of the “numbers game.“ in their search for good supply. We feel singled out a bit, when ensnared, but we do not see all those that escaped for one reason or another. Even, if fate were the reason. I think we should not be overly hard on ourselves. I have forgiven myself for my part in this escapade. I was at least 35% responsible. I wanted to believe. And, he happened to be willing to engage with me in a secondary way… There is a sort of an exploratory dance. May I have this dance? Yes, you may! Or, I would be delighted! They do pass on certain people. For, their own fuel reasons. So, you do have to be desirable in at least one way or another. Try to remember that.

        1. Christine says:

          It’s more comfortable for most people to believe they have at least some amount of control. Accepting you were a victim — and that anyone can be, so it doesn’t even make you special in a negative way — is not enjoyable.

          TheraminTrees’ video “Bending Truth” is excellent on this topic.

      3. Christine: I fail to understand why you say that someone that trusts no one is most susceptible to love bombing…. ???

      4. Bubbles 🍾 says:

        Dear Christine,
        Classic case I saw recently….. big eye opener
        Netflix movie …. “The Founder”
        RAY KROC and the McDonalds franchise

        ” PERSISTENCE ”

        I 💯 % highly recommend this movie …. it will blow your “krocs” off !

        Luv Bubbles xx 😘

      5. Sarah Jane says:

        Love this, Christine. It’s comforting in a way only a true empath can appreciate.

        So much sense that people who trust no-one fall prey to the love-bombing to a greater extent. And consequentially get hurt more, too.

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