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The Zero Impact Assistance Package

Do you want to achieve Zero Impact and ensure the effect of the narcissist is removed?

Do you want to rid yourself of the pain, anger, frustration and hurt which your entanglement with the narcissist has caused?

Do you want to finally arrive at that place of indifference so that the narcissist has zero impact upon you?

If you do, then this crucial Assistance Package will provide you with the clear means to achieve these goals.

The Assistance Package through a set of audio files will give you clear, concise and easy to understand information, techniques and guidance so you will achieve Zero Impact.

It covers :-

– Understanding the effect of emotional thinking and where this comes from.

Recognising what you do when affected by emotional thinking and how this works against you

Understanding the mistakes you make which usually prevent you achieving zero impact and thus how to avoid them

– Recognising why emotional thinking is so powerful and the extent of its effect on you, so you know how to frame your responses to it.

The mechanisms which must be deployed to secure Zero Impact, how you create those mechanisms and apply them

How zero impact occurs as a consequence of the applied mechanisms so you understand and can gauge that it is working

Learning what happens when you have reached Zero Impact and how this benefits you

-Understanding what Zero Impact does to the narcissist

Learning how to maintain Zero Impact once achieved

To secure this fantastic Assistance Package which can be repeatedly utilised to aid your mastery of Zero Impact, use the PayPal button below, the cost is US $ 200.

You will receive a short protocol with regard to the use of the Assistance Package and then the relevant material so you can commence your march towards donning the armour that is ZERO IMPACT.


Zero Impact Asst Package


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139 Comments

  1. Dearest HG: Speaking of exemplary voices, Benedict Cumberbatch, (who had my favorite voice until you entered the scene in my life) will star in the period movie about bringing the electrical current: `The Current War.` I just saw the preview, for the Current War. A well made movie for a change. The movie should be out soon, around later this month or so. Cumberbatch will play Edison opposite of another actor playing Westinghouse. I believe that B. Cumberbatch will be the Narcissist and the Actor playing Edison, Nicholas Holt, will be the Empath, playing the inventor Tesla. I have to see this movie, but my heart breaks thinking of the war between these pioneers and the resulting development of the product. It will be a difficult movie for me to watch. I think I will go to the theatre for this one. It looks to be beautifully filmed and costumed. Here is the Formal Information: Entertainment Film Distributors are delighted to announce that THE CURRENT WAR, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the great American inventor Thomas Edison and Michael Shannon as his rival, revered entrepreneur, George Westinghouse, will be released in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on Friday 26h July.

    Fuelled by the intense rivalry between electricity titans Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse, THE CURRENT WAR tells the dramatic story of the late 19th century race to light up America and power the world. Rounding out the cast are Nicholas Hoult as the eccentric inventor Nikola Tesla, Katherine Waterston as Westinghouse’s outspoken wife Marguerite, Tom Holland as Edison’s confident young secretary Samuel Insull, Matthew Macfadyen as the famous financier and banker J.P. Morgan, and Tuppence Middleton as Edison’s supportive wife Mary.

    THE CURRENT WAR is produced by Timur Bekmambetov (WANTED) for Bazelevs Production and Basil Iwanyk (A STAR IS BORN) for Thunder Road Pictures. The films executive producers include Martin Scorsese (THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, THE DEPARTED) and Steve Zaillian (SCHINDLER’S LIST, MONEYBALL).` This movie is PSE approved. Here is the trailer: https://youtu.be/DyXEBX6ZHPs

  2. What was I saying a minute ago about logic and wisdom?
    I’ve reached zero impact with my ex but not my familial narcs…

    Time to squirrel a little dosh on the side, just for this. The package certainly sounds comprehensive… of course it is.
    I wouldn’t expect any less from you HG.

    You certainly have been delivering of late!

  3. Yes HG is a blonde saw that on his legs in his photo.
    In my minds eye I don’t see him as a Daniel Craig though .
    DC is a bit unrefined to be honest remove the suit and he looks a bit well rough .
    I imagine HG as being a bit silver ,he won’t admit it though , with nice laughter lines around his eyes .
    I imagine he is very groomed with an aura of power and an immense presence.
    I think he is cultured and classy enough not to be flash .
    The hot look for younger men now is muscle bound with lots of tattoos,and a deep tan think Love Island and male Asos models shudder that’s why I think HG is a mature man

    Kiki

      1. I Googled said coach. Gorgeous. But moreso when not smiling. Those lips are quite kissable indeed.

        1. I don’t find that coach attractive at all , maybe it’s just me ?He has a drawn face .
          Kiki

          1. Kiki, everybody has different tastes. My sister and I have disagreed on what men we find attractive our entire lives. We were recently talking about a television show and then realized for the first time in our lives that we found the same man attractive! We both found it to be incredulous. It’s a good thing everybody has different tastes, there has to be enough to go around.

          1. Yes Ladies we all have different tastes or else everyone would want the same person ,how boring that would be.
            It’s funny but I am most attracted to the feel I get around a man ,not really his looks .I guess that’s not the best though as I was entangled .
            Yes Sean Connery was handsome K but there has to be that spark and I don’t think that is looks based at all.
            Have you ever felt a thunderbolt like spark with a man that left you dizzy from just eye contact alone.?

          2. Kiki, re: “Have you ever felt a thunderbolt like spark with a man that left you dizzy from just eye contact alone.?” errrr yes! But only from the Narc. Faint-worthy eye contact. What the hell is that?

          3. K, if he doesn’t make me laugh, it’s a deal breaker. Even dull Mr. MB makes me laugh fairly often.

          4. MB
            Laughter is absolutely necessary! Some people/cerebrals have no sense of humor at all.

      2. Oh no , that guy looks like a crisped over sun exposed leathery skinned man who tries too hard.
        Also HG is British so blonde hair would now be greyish or light brown with grey ,not bright blonde unless he is Swedish.
        I kind of have a mature Michael Fassbender in mind.

        1. Kiki
          Ha ha ha…he is a wee bit tanned but I think he looks damn sexy! Michael Fassbender is a looker and DC was hot in Casino Royale.
          HG’s hair color is along the lines of DC’s.

          1. Thanks for your reply Mb
            K intelligence is the top one for me not looks. but there has to be a spark I’m not sure what creates that it’s not looks nor other things it just is, it’s rare I think.

          2. Kiki
            I agree, if there is no spark, forget it! I like people who have a great sense of humor, that is very important. Slightly twisted helps, too.

      3. Hi K. Hope your day is good. You really really really helped my thoughts last week understanding some things.

        1. Thank you Claire!
          Knock-on-wood, all is well!

          Awww….I am very, very happy to read that you are understanding some things better and that I was part of that process. One of the best things about the blog is working out our thoughts and feelings with each other and making sense of things. You are in control now and you can see with absolute clarity and that puts you in a better place. I will always be here for you and I am an empath so I don’t Future Fake.

          1. Just that K.. You take what HG makes understandable and make it even more tangible in my mind! I changed my name again because I hated Claire. It’s a self flagellation thing.

          2. Lorelei, you hated Claire? I would say so, I saw where you killed her last night! 😂

          3. I’m so lost MB. I did go to a pond last night and maybe I drowned her. There are pictures to prove this circulating in another world.

          4. Lorelei, I didn’t mean to be laughing at your pain. I thought “killing” her was a joke. I’m sorry you are lost. Hang in there. Post your way through it if you have to. I’m sending you healing energy my sweet friend.

          5. Haha—it’s ok. I won’t kill myself though. Had I realized over a year ago how much freaking work was in store for me.. Lordy. I’m always worried if I die for real that someone will put the wrong color of
            Lipstick on me in my casket. I can’t do pinks.

          6. Lorelei, be sure to put the appropriate lipstick instructions in your will! Just realize that you can’t control everything. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Life happens, until it doesn’t anymore.

          7. Yes yes.. but sometimes people take pictures of dead people in their caskets and I can’t be seen in pink. I wear a specific maroon at all times. Haha.

          8. Lorelei, née Claire
            NPD is very abstract so, sometimes, I use analogies to understand and make it more tangible. Then I have an “A ha!” moment and I can share it with you and others to help out.

            Ha ha ha…I had no idea that self-flagellation is an empath thing until I came here.

          9. Me either K. I had never heard the term self-flagellation. I like your A ha moments. I’ve sent a few of your work related comments on to my best friend who is dealing with the mess at my work while I am off. I felt I was at least citing your thoughts despite the entire site being under the umbrella of anonymity rather than paraphrasing and parroting your insights! I hope that makes sense—I would feel to guilty otherwise! It was the whole thing about how they gather more fuel by having created a mess in the first place—how they lose no opportunities! Genius. HG should be very proud of this understanding he instills in those who consume his work.

          10. Thank you Lorelei
            I read about flagellation when I was in Religion Class and I didn’t really understand it; honestly, I thought it was mental.

            Please, share my comments with anyone you like. People are desperate for answers and need help and I do not need or want credit. Spread the Gospel of HG Tudor far and wide. His translation is sublime.

            Narcissists are wired to be opportunistic and efficient because their survival depends on it. Ha ha ha… lose the guilt! It won’t do you any good.

          11. I am losing some guilt—I made lunch for my daughter and she didn’t want it because I bought the pasta at Aldi instead of Kroger. I told her to get used to being hungry. Then another daughter was a pain in the ass about mopping and I put her stuff I bought yesterday in a bag and was prepared to go return it. She got the mop out very quickly. Next time I’m taking the crap back—I just haven’t gotten dressed today. I’m tired of being steam rolled by bad behavior. I bet I could get HG mopping!

          12. That I’m less and less dumb? You can’t accept being told you would be forced to mop a floor!

          13. It also amuses me. Funny thing is that the items of “value” to her were from WalMart! Haha. That place sucks and yet due to recent consequences it’s her new mecca. 🙂

      4. Hi, K,
        this might sound a bit crazy, but it’s a technical problem uhm … .
        I had asked you a question somewhere but can’t remember where … I had for the first time ever chosen “send e-mail update” or whatever it says when you had answered but didn’t get an e-mail and also didn’t bookmark the thread (article) where I had asked, so …. I have no idea if you had answered, or where.
        ;D Do you ??
        Sorry. 🙂 And I will carefully mark this thread now.

          1. Yes, K.
            I think it was in a thread on someone also manipulating through silent treatments, etc.
            I don’t know exactly anymore how and what I had asked ;D but basically, what would you ask someone on a date to determine if he is trying to manipulate the situation through more passive manipulations. And also in general how to find out about empathy level …
            What was the name of the article by HG on flushing out narcs?
            🙂
            Thank you!

          2. ava101
            I couldn’t find anything in June. Did the articles that HG provided help you? If not, can you remember the question so I can help you with the answer or help you find the answer.

          3. The question was something like:
            How would you determine if someone was trying to control the situation by less obvious silent treatments, and by not writing as often, … how do you know if it is a manipulation.
            And how would you go about finding about the level of empathy in an individual on a date?

            It was something you said in a discussion with someone else that had triggered my question.

  4. HG, we can hit the stage “zero impact” when narcissist can’t hurt us. But what about narcissists? Do they also have their own “zero impact” stage when an ex victim can’t wound, injure them anymore?

    1. If you are removed from the fuel matrix you are not wounding us, but it is not the case that if we have some form of interaction with you we can be immune from wounding.

  5. HG, please email me ASAP. I need to know how to neutralise the smearing. I understand there will be a fee.

  6. HG, regarding my previous question (would you say you have reached zero impact in your life?). I know this package is about reaching zero impact in relation with a narcissist, which you don’t need.
    However, I was wondering if you had reached zero impact in relation to wounding

  7. HG, would you say you have reached zero impact in your life?
    I think I will purchase this package.

    1. I have maximum impact Lou. I look forward to you doing so and finding assistance through it.

  8. The teaser about Zero Impact has only been posted twice so far (or at least that’s what I found): https://narcsite.com/2017/05/03/zero-impact/ and https://narcsite.com/2019/06/20/zero-impact-2

    I read all replies on these two entries and compiled a list of what I think as very specific and focused Zero Impact comments. Remember, these are mostly opinions of the empaths, might not be accurate.

    1. What it is, how it feels like:

    – You feel things, but the feelings do not impact your sense of self or autonomy.

    – This is a form of defense, not attack.

    – I sat at a dinner table with him last night with 10 other people, yes, but still intimate setting and felt zero feelings. I am just blown away as this is such a foreign place to be at so fast. It has only been 2 months since going no contact AGAIN.

    – I don’t feel emotionally connected to him anymore. He is basically a stranger that I never really knew.

    – I call the “zero impact” as a “benign indifference” and I agree, that it is a MINDSET.

    – In most cases (including mine), it is a congenital trait. You just really, internally, don’t give any damn about that person anymore.

    – I can see everything he is trying to do and it doesn’t touch me anymore.

    – All that he says and anything he does has absolutely no effect on me whatsoever at all..

    2. What it is not:

    – Forcing a detachment from emotions always fails.

    – Numbing, indifference, all those things didn’t ever stop it all. But something finally did. And all so energetic, too. Just don’t get what I have done or why it has suddenly changed.

    – Ignoring him for half a day is not really “zero impact”…

    – I have tried it with “being in the here and now”, with meditation – that does work as long as I can manage to stay in that state. But with all the practice I have had, I am far from being unaffected.

    – And you’re right, HG, I am not numb.. It’s not a numbing feeling.. It is literally the epitome of indifference

    3. How to achieve it:

    – Desensitization from your kind through knowledge (your blogs) and repeated hoovers (aka hard learned life lessons) seems to be helping me.

    – Tackling my own empathy and becoming very selfish with myself. Undoing the extroverted part of my personality (looking outwards) and focusing on me. Mirroring my imagination of what his self-absorption must be like and trying it myself. Some isolation but not numbing out but putting myself into my creativity.

    – Zero Impact can only come with time and distance.

    – The more I read and get it into my head and heart that this IS the way that this person really is… the less impact he is having on me. The Key, in my opinion is to KEEP LEARNING an don’t beat yourself up!! most importantly, BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF.

    – Strait forward reason and logic was the last piece I needed to seal the deal.

    – Being able to look at ourselves introspectively. Most people can’t or won’t do it because of fear. It’s scary and can sting but what you get in the end is freedom!

    – Zero Impact – I’m almost there. I can’t state enough how much your blog, books, and private email and phone consultations have helped me get to this point.

    – The only way as you (HG) stated to me many, many times was NO CONTACT!

    – The “zero impact” mindset can be learned by using “Do I really like EVERYTHING about him/her?” question. Ask it and give an honest answer. If you don’t like something (abusive behavior, especially), he/she is not the “right person” for you.

  9. I like the sound of this…but ‘zero impact’ when you “co-parent” with a narcissist…is that even achievable?
    Does this package help someone in that particular situation, HG?

      1. Do you have clients who co-parent with a narcissist and who have achieved “zero impact”?

          1. Yes, I know your position on hope. But I do have more faith in my ability to curtail my emotional response than in my narcissist’s ability to leave me alone.

          2. I can’t hope for anything better? Hope? That sounds awful HG. It’s not magical thinking if you do the leg work hoping for a better outcome. If I jog 5 miles a day I can rightfully hope that I can eat a payday bar a day and not get fat.

          3. Claire, read the post Little Acons No 19. HG writes about what he thinks of hope there.

          4. Thanks Lou. How about—I’m hoping to feel rested after a 20 min nap! Haha. Hope is ok when it’s reasonable right?!

        1. I hope you get this consult, WhoCares. I would love to see you have zero impact from all your Ns and total peace in your new life.

      2. I’ll be closer to the zero impact possibilities on 7/23 HG. We have a final court date. Last time he asked for a continuance the day before so I’ll be nervous until the signature line is wet with ink but it will help so much..

        1. MB: I dunno. Fan girl sounds sort of sexy. Maybe, we should just let the title sit for a while and test it. See if it heats up. PSE.: One of HG`s fan girls. Hahahaha! Not bad. [“But how do you thank someone who has taken you from crayons to perfume? It isn`t easy, but I`ll try.“] ~~To Sir With Love: Writer/s: DON BLACK, MARK LONDON. Okay…I am having too much fun. Feeling guilty. Time to go do some work. bye.

          1. Ugh how can it be sexy if we don’t know what he looks like! He may use the pretty face filter!

          2. Claire, not knowing what he looks like is the best way. You can imagine him however you want. Like when you read a book. We do have a few details as to what he looks like, but they are scattered all over the blog. K is the only one that keeps notes and pulls all that stuff together.

          3. Ugh—I can’t think of HG as attractive to be honest. (Sorry HG)
            It feels clinical and professional as it should. In fact, he is so professional he probably really has to be careful because some of us don’t have boundaries yet and would be drawn to him—it’s his responsibility to know this and set them for us. He gets some very broken empaths and some narcissists that requires he be appropriate. I don’t want to be let down that he’s ridiculous to look at of course after referring his work though!

          4. The fact I have to keep my identity concealed means you are also ‘saved’ from my appealing visage.

          5. I have no doubt Claire. Stone. Cold. Fox. Of course, I’ll probably never know what he actually looks like. It’s like when you listen to a DJ or radio personality and then you see them, they look nothing like you imagined. So there is a disconnect. If I ever heard the voice, it would take me a minute to realize it was him! And then I’d faint. Ha Ha If you ever come to visit HG, tuck some smelling salts in your breast pocket.

          6. Yes best we don’t know. I’d prefer he keep his anonymity anyway because of the nut cases that could cause issues for him—it could interfere with the value of the work as well.

          7. Claire, I’m curious though. I was sitting here wondering why you paint him as not good looking? I’m sure you’re not the only one. It just made me wonder what it is that make some go one way and some go the other? We see the same personality (at least the part he lets us see). We hear the same voice. Read the same articles.

          8. Oh I think he’s probably respectful looking yes. I just don’t want to think of it as “hot” because it’s kind of like this.. My former OB/GYN was very attractive. People were always commenting on it. I couldn’t think of him that way because we had a professional relationship and it is quite personal on that level. My mind for whatever reason shuts that part of my thinking down. HG knows very private things about my life. That part of my brain doesn’t “work” in regard to “thinking” of him as someone to be attracted to. It feels totally professional and I don’t want to attach to an image but rather the value of the service. As far as teasing him about his looks it is simply in fun because it is an unknown. He does have a pleasant voice yes—but it’s his mind that serves me and his voice is pleasant because he speaks intelligently so what comes out is beautiful in content, nothing more. **Bottom line—I don’t want to entertain a distraction.

          9. Thank you for expanding Claire. I totally get the hot doctor thing. My GP is so hot and only one year older than me. I have a separate OB/GYN. He asks me every year at my physical if I need him to do the internal exam. I’m like noooooo. My other doctor takes care of that. I hear you and completely understand. Put the KY away! We won’t be needing that Sir. Nope.

          10. Yes my OB was “hot” and looking back—he was a very sweet man. His wife was a total narcissistic bitch and I know that because she used to come in my work for headaches all the time. They divorced, I suspect she was the nut job. My GP now is a woman and does everything because I’m not having more kids to need the OB. I think what used to be annual exams are now every three years. I spent years with my legs up in stirrups it seemed. 4 pregnancies in 5 years… (one second trimester demise) It was a busy time—distracted somewhat from being married to the thing I lived with.

          11. Claire, I hate to hear about the loss of your child. I cannot even imagine the pain of that. Especially in the second trimester. You are a very strong and resilient woman.

          12. Thanks MB. Not really that strong and not resilient in the right ways yet but working on it.

          13. Claire: He is so smart. Good looking guys are a dime dozen where I live in NYC. Nothing to really write home about. Truly smart and intelligent and knowledge loving ones, with an artistic bend? Not so much. And if he does not know about something, and he is interested in it, he will go learn about it in a hot second. So, it is a matter of contrasts. So his intelligence and earned vanity, liveliness and sense of humor and openness to adventure and changes in his personality, make him sexy. If he looks normally good, that is the cherry on the top. I doubt that he has to wear a face filter. All narcissists seem to look good after a while anyway, no matter how they look when you first see them. I read that on here all the time, over and over: He was not my type. What did I ever see in him. Why did I think he looked so handsome. He was ugly. No one could believe that I was dying over this man. What was I thinking. I never noticed him for years. His look gained on me after a while. You would not notice him in a crowd. I would have given him anything, and he was an ant. And, on and on and on. Hahaha. So, The Artist, confidentially known as HG Tudor, IS SEXY, whether he really believes that or not, because of how he is more involved with his method. But, he really does not need all that method, but it is probably habit by now. But is he sexy? Yes. I absolutely and unequivocally believe it. 🙂

          14. No no no! I reject this. I would become a lesbian if it would keep these people away but the women are worse!!

          15. I’m in Manhattan in October but we aren’t allowed to fraternize! 🤷🏼‍♀️

          16. Claire. Everything is still very professional. No worries. All that some of us are saying, basically, is that sometimes we all need a strong shoulder to cry on, and if that shoulder should happen to smell like a winsome super million billion trillion dollar cologne, some of us would not be offended in the least. And, actually, it may be quite therapeutic. That`s all. Everything in good form. 🙂

          17. Yes PSE, I agree. Therapeutic, strong, good-smelling, professional shoulder to cry on.

          18. Awe I know! I’m lucky I saw your comment as I got no notification. I’m too weak for a strong shoulder that smells good lol. I’m staying locked up for awhile.

          19. Claire: Highlights. Blonde highlights. I personally love seeing Balayage. It is a different style of highlights. Many beauticians say they can do Balayage, but they are just doing regular highlights. A real Balayage expert is artistic. It takes a bit longer and it is less damaging and I think it looks very pretty even on darker hair color. Maybe you can find a Balayage expert and take a photo of what you would like and show the person.

          20. I think I love you—a girl of my own heart. I am totally hair high maintenance! I have more highlights than a balayage now. I’m at the hair place every 5 weeks. I like it better than ever currently but I want it lighter. I did notice sun damage to my forehead of all places but I think I can fix it with a good dermatologist. I’m a mess.

          21. Alexissmith2016: He may have not been the king of the jungle, but by virtue of the fact that he was around you for at least six entire months of your valuable life and he then did manage to at least kiss you, and we are still discussing him, I am encouraged to believe that he did have some skills and attractive traits, yes????

        2. Claire
          HG is 6’ 1” with blond hair (think Daniel Craig), blue eyes and full lips. 
 He is a Gen-Xer, however, 3 fresh souls a day keeps him looking like he is 22.

          1. K. I would say blue Piercing eyes. And a ready smile to soften the intensity and misdirect one from focusing on those knowledgeable eyes. He would have to have that sort of ready smile. To hide his keen intelligence. To not show all of his cards. And I bet he can stand out in a crowd or meld in. He is tall, but not too overly tall. I bet he can look gentlemanly or rough, depending on how he feels or needs to. He can look handsome or not, Fit or not. Friendly or not, depending on his mood or purpose. Being Blonde, with a hat and a light tanning cream, he can probably hide that as well, and more so,if he fully shaves and/or apply some darkening product to his brows and beard. And wear lightly mirrored or tinted sunglasses or colored contact lenses. ~~~~However, he has the most awesome voice I have ever heard in my life, so hopefully he can change that up, if he needs too at times. I have no idea if that is easy to do. With such a voice. Hopefully he can. His voice is amazingly debonair and masculine and distinct. I listen to him a lot and his voice is not always the same, depending on the topic and the purpose or anecdote or tale, or point, but it is always quite distinct. I previously liked the voice of the Cumberbatch actor, Benjamin Cumberbatch, until I heard H.G. Tudor during one of his interviews, last year when I first found out about HG Tudor. I am by no means a voice expert, but I am quite an expert on what I like. I was spellbound when I heard HG during one of his interviews. So was the interviewer. I could tell. The interviewer was absolutely gushing. LOL.

          2. PrincessSuperEmpath
            All very cloak and dagger! I believe he wears aviator sunglasses and has disguised himself in the past. Psychopaths tend to be very fluid. His world can be very 007-esque.

          3. Hi K! I’m thinking of heading blonde myself but it’s a lot of work!

          4. K. Cloak and Dagger? Maybe. Who knows. I am thinking more of him being the Observer rather than the Observed. Moving in and out of his lair. Now you see him and now you do not. On his terms. Playing with his pride of lionesses on a cool summer day. The lion in the jungle. A conserver of unnecessary expenditure. But, when and if he decides to exit his lair, or if he is summoned for assistance, and he decides to heed the call: Watch out, all ye his opponents. Warning: Drink your water carefully, Wilder-beasts. Be sure this lion`s stretching is to warm himself rather than to spring. And always be prepared to immediately flee at your best pace, and hope this lion is not particularly hungry, at any given moment. I like this lion, K. For his own reasons, he helps us. 🙂

          5. Lol HG… you mean, you’re not going to correct ANY inaccuracies in any of the descriptions in this thread about you?! 😂 You’re cute!

            After reading all these glowing comments about you by the women in this thread, I’d say you must be well fuelled up and overflowing 😂😂😂

          6. Tertiary sources, written word, intermittent frequency – not overflowing. Extra homework for you – read or re read Fuel.

          7. …oh, so *now* you decide to put on your “critical thinking moderator” hat after my comment… There wasn’t a lot of moderating going on during the rest of this thread…

            haha I’m just kidding HG…just having a little joke with you 😂

            Excuse me while I go and read “Fuel” again while wearing my “fan girl” hat 😉

          8. Indeed and I’ll be expecting considerable improvement in your input in class.

          9. PrincessSuperEmpath
            He moves in the shadows and calculates each move with deadly accuracy. I would not want to be in the crosshairs.

          10. PSE, your comment about wilderbeasts and lions reminds me of when my N actually said to me, “I’m a predator and you’re the prey”, he laughed as he said it. It was during one of his many Hoover attempts several years after i’d found out what he was.

            I remember thinking, well you’re not such a great predator, because a) we never did anything more than kiss after 6 months of you perusing me and b) this is about your 100th hoover attempt you total knob! Oh and thanks to HG, I know you’re just a mid who thinks he’s a greater because you have a complete victim mentality.

            That’s perked me up for the day

          11. Alexissmith2016,
            Lol that made me laugh. Victim narcs like to think they are predators, but the two words (victim and predator) don’t belong together.

          12. K,
            Plus, he’s a Virgo.

            I know astrology has received a bum rap on the blog in the past, however….

            Virgos are Earth signs, which means they’re down-to-earth and earthy… if you know what I mean😉😉

          13. And you also like setting things on fire, one of your favourite hobbies as a kid, if I recall correctly. Maybe your ascendant sign is Leo (would make more sense than the virgin 😉)

          14. Good point Lou. The ascendant sign is the one that reflects his behaviour and actions. It could be a Leo, since HG is the leader on a large stage and is creating an empire.

          15. Um, no HG, that’s not what it means…

            Your penchant for burying people has nothing to do with you being a Virgo 🙂

          16. WiserNow
            Ha ha ha…yes he was born in: “Autumn. Season of mists and baleful influence.”

          17. Re: burying people
            You would never do the thankless work and risk getting dirt on your polished black chelsea boots. Rather like taking the target out from a hundred yards away in public. Then leave someone else to pick up the pieces while people are wondering what the hell just happened.
            But I guess it would still be apt to say you like putting people under ground…

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