Empath Detector


empath detector


Understanding the relevant school and cadre of empath that you belong to is an integral part of arming yourself so that you effect a GOSO Campaign (Get Out, Stay Out) with the maximum effectiveness.

Recognising where you belong with regard to one of the four schools of empath and then the relevant cadre not only aids you in learning more about yourself and how your school and cadre attracts particular narcissists, it will weaponise you in your quest to GOSO and also assist you in evading narcissists in the future.

This consultation is conducted through the provision of a protocol which is straightforward and provides confidentiality between the parties. A questionnaire is provided which elicits a broad range of information about you and your behaviours to enable me to then analyse your responses and provide you with an accurate and easy to understand response through an audio sound file.

Ensuring you know what you are means you will avoid the mistakes that occur with self-analysis through lacking objectivity. It will ensure you do not embark on courses of action which are suited to different schools and it also enables you to plug the gaps in your own defences and achieve GOSO sooner and with less effort.

See the link in the menu bar for more information about the process and how to book The Empath Detector Consultation


23 thoughts on “Empath Detector

  1. Claire says:

    If someone did this and they were a narcissist would you tell them since they wouldn’t process it anyway? (No not me!)
    Just curious how that would work or has it happened?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I tell them they are not an empath and yes it has happened.

      1. NarcAngel says:

        If you reveal in a consult that someone is not an empath how do they generally react? Do they continue to try to convince you they are? Get angry? And has anyone you’ve ever told this to returned to the blog?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          They accepted it. It did not mean they were a narcissist though.

          1. NarcAngel says:

            Re: It doesn’t mean they were a narcissist though.

            Excellent point.

          2. Narc noob says:

            Can they fake their answers? I would imagine if a narc came and did one of the tests they would be more inclined to tick certain boxes over others?

            I’ve had a consult but no detector tests yet.

          3. HG Tudor says:

            They can try but the way the detector has been constructed is to prevent second guessing. You see, I am cleverer than they are!

            Online narcissist tests are pointless (you know the multiple choice ones which are out there which a person is encouraged to take to determine if they are a narcissist) – why is that?

            1. A non-narcissist will answer honestly and therefore either finds out they are not a narcisisst or they are narcissistic.
            2. The Lesser or Mid Range narcissist cannot answer honestly because he does not see what he is, therefore will not answer the questions correctly so the wrong result is provided.
            3. The Greater knows so would not bother save for the sake of amusement.

          4. Claire says:

            This makes me laugh. I took one once and stopped before it was finished because my score was rising! There is hope!

          5. Saskia says:

            “1. A non-narcissist will answer honestly and therefore either finds out they are not a narcisisst or they are narcissistic.”

            Well, that is what I did and what happened – according to the results, I score(d) high (that is ‘significantly higher than I expected’) on the narcissistic spectrum which then sent me down the rabbit hole of questioning myself and my behavioural patterns. It was a relief to have that sorted out eventually via the Empath Detector – which of course does not mean I don’t have issues to work on.

          6. HG Tudor says:

            Yes and your empathic trait of self-flagellation has you score higher than you ought to.

          7. Saskia says:

            Haha – I see what you mean but I wasn’t quite aware that self-flagellation is an empathic trait – I always thought of it of being a – yet very subtle – way of making it all about oneself. So – it is an empathic trait since it allows the narcissist to hook into that ‘crack’ in order to blame-shift and make the empath doubt their perception of self?

          8. mommypino says:

            HG is self flagellation present on all schools of empaths?

          9. HG Tudor says:


          10. mommypino says:

            Thank you HG!

          11. Claire says:

            Should I do this detector thing or am I going to beat myself up more?

          12. mommypino says:

            Saskia, same with me! I scored really high but not high enough to be a narcissist because I got zero on the entitlement section of the online quiz. Then I took an online empath test and I scored really high except for the parts about contagion empathy. It made me wonder though if I was a Mid-Ranger and HG said that I’m not a narcissist so I don’t worry anymore. 😊

          13. Saskia says:

            Thank you very much for sharing, Mommypino! My results were quite similar – I scored low on the entitlement part and high in other sections. Yes – I remember you asking HG whether you were a Mid-Ranger a while ago. I think it is natural, given our upbringing in narcissistic environments, to wonder/be unsure about our level of narcissistic traits/narcissism. The consultations with HG helped me resolve this confusion.

            A general note on self-flagellation: I understand it is a characteristic that is found in empathic people but I got hung up on the term ’empathic trait’ which was, again, more a problem of meaning/semantics ‘lost in translation’. I consider self-flagellation an attitude that is non-compassionate/non-empathic towards oneself, hence my remark.

          14. mommypino says:

            Thank you Saskia! You’re right. It is being not so compassionate towards ourselves. I think it stems from having high expectations from ourselves in terms of how we affect other people or adhere to our personal moral standards. We just have to remember when it happens that we cannot control everything and we are all far from perfect so we should be forgiving to ourselves too.

  2. archangel naruto says:

    Going once,
    going twice,

  3. Sarah Jane says:

    How much would that be in £UK please?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Use a currency converter as the rate will shift dependent on the exchange rate, SJ.

  4. foolme1time says:

    I’m sure you knew I would be commenting on this one HG! This is my favorite consult of yours! It has helped me so much you would not believe it. By learning about my schools and cadres, it has helped me figure out why I behave the way I do as far as emotions and behavior. By being able to understand this it has helped me to recognize certain things that I do and also flags that have probably been going up all this time and I either didn’t see them or chose to ignore them! My next step will be a consult with you (of course,) to help me better understand the way these schools and cadres work either together or adversely to get even a better understanding of who I am. I can not thank you enough for this amazing consult! It was definitely money well spent! Thank You!! 🌺🙃

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome FM1T.

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