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.

US e-book here

UK e-book here

CAN e-book here

AUS e-book here




7 thoughts on “Fury

  1. njfilly says:

    Dear Mr. HG Tudor,

    I have just finished your book, Fury. It was an excellent book that explained a lot and contained much useful information. Thank you for writing it. I will write a positive review on Amazon.

    I read the book to try to gain some understanding into my own rage. I still call it rage rather than fury as I’m not sure it is the same. At the very least it is beyond healthy anger. I think. I would say the new insight I gained into myself is that my rage is probably abnormal.

    I related to many things you wrote about. My own rage started when I was young and has always been with me. It is always just below the surface waiting to ignite, although I’m not sure what ignites it. Sometimes I wake up in the morning and I am already angry, for reasons I can’t explain. I have been called easily triggered but I can practice self-control and still have long term close relationships. I have a reputation as somebody not to mess with. As I have gotten older, I am more able to control my anger. At times I have resorted to smashing glasses and cups onto the ground. I have smashed bottles on large rocks in the woods. The way the glass explodes on the ground is a satisfying release of my anger. I have also resorted to punching through glass windows and doors, even though it causes injury. I do like to smash glass. Does this sound like fury to you?

    I also punched my biker boyfriend in the face twice giving him a black eye. (It was in self-defense.) Luckily for me he did not retaliate physically, and he had to endure a couple weeks of teasing from his friends because they all knew how he got the black eye!

    I am very thankful that you are so intelligent and insightful into certain behaviors. Thank you for that book. I look forward to reading another one.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome and thank you for reading

  2. Getting There says:

    HG, I was just looking at some of the previous posted memes about Ignitors of Fury and had a few questions if possible. Do these only apply to IPPS? Do they only apply during the Golden Period and devaluation? Or can they apply after the narcissist has chosen to disengage?

    Basically I committed a few of those “offenses” after he decided to disengage, again after another successful hoover, with rushing it to meet up with friends; not letting him talk by me going on about a point that contradicted something he said; and not responding to a text. Would the timing of those actions matter in the matter of igniting fury?

  3. T’mara says:

    He looks sooooo angry

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  5. Caroline R says:

    HG Tudor’s ‘Fury’ is a gift to domestic violence counsellors, and survivors of family violence who are searching for answers as they work towards healing hearts and minds.
    Tudor’s ground breaking work as a whole is a great gift to society, to those who have found themselves caught up in the confusion and deep pain of relationships with overt and covert abusers, whether romantic, familial or professional.
    Tudor is the much needed Rosetta Stone to bring clear, accurate, and unwavering understanding of the mindset and behaviours of those with NPD, to those traumatised by those behaviours.
    Adult Children of Narcissists will find ‘Fury’ an essential tool to aid the healing process, to help articulate their feelings, and to help unburden them of the shame and responsibility they have been weighed down with as they tried in vain to manage their Narcissistic parent’s volatile emotions. ACONs will readily avail themselves of all of Tudor’s work, as his writing grows into a body of work that not only brings understanding, but also equips the reader with the necessary skills to respond to NPD in the future.
    Understanding the concepts presented in ‘Fury’ is key to that.
    Read ‘Fury’ and be empowered.
    ‘Fury’ has my highest recommendation.

  6. alexissmith2016 says:

    I’m liking the green background colour much better HG! Black looks very effective but makes it difficult to read.

    This ‘softy’ colour contrasts perfectly with your nefarious ways x

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