Achieving NoFuC


Achieving NoFuC is the way to force the narcissist to leave you alone.

If you are being pestered by someone trying to seduce you who you have no interest in.

If you are being badly treated by someone who is bullying you.

If you are being repeatedly harassed by someone you were once in a relationship with.

If you are being smothered by someone who seems pleasant but is behaving over the top at the outset of your involvement with them.

If he or she just will not leave you alone.

You are in all likelihood being hoovered by a narcissist, whether it is in seduction or whether it is devaluing behaviour. Whether it is at the outset of the relationship, during the relationship or after the relationship such behaviour where this person will not leave you alone exhibits the behaviour of the narcissist.

To deal with them, you need to achieve NoFuC. 

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7 thoughts on “Achieving NoFuC

  1. Ah, ha ha ha ha!!! You have to give NoFuC!!!

  2. Ah, ha ha ha!!! You have to give NoFuC!

  3. C says:

    I must be lodged in the sixth sphere for some reason because for an entire year, post discard, the narc has been viewing my business page. Admittedly not every single day, but frequently enough for me to know it is him. Usually no more than three days without a page view.

    There have been a couple of occasions when the views have stopped completely for a few weeks but they have resumed – the first time after we talked in person – daily views for 2 months after that. More recently there was a gap of six weeks but the views resumed once more. There is a small chance he heard I was seeing someone new as we have mutual friends, and perhaps that is why they’ve started up again?

    In the early days after the discard I used to reach out to him whenever the views stopped, but I have made no contact since we met in October last year and he has no means of contacting me, unless he shows up in person.

    Would you class these views as a passive hoover HG? Or merely surveillance?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hello C, they are passive hoovers.

      1. C says:

        HG, re your answer ‘they are passive hoovers’ – thank you…Presumably the point being to provoke me to make contact as this tactic has worked in the past? Unfortunately for him they no longer have this affect on me. I find them amusing, irritating, sometimes unsettling, and am amazed that he has employed this tactic for a whole year….but I have no desire to contact him.

        1. HG Tudor says:


  4. Bibi says:

    All the narcs in my life pursued me as this in one way or another. None of them I liked initially. Not one. It was the attention that got me and it was flattering, albeit annoying.

    I have had to learn to let go of that need for attention and validation because for me it’s all about, ‘He must see something special about me and doesn’t overlook me like so many others do,’ etc.

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