Exorcism

H.G Tudor - Exorcism e-book cover

The narcissist may be physically gone but his or her influence remains and it hurts. Whether you have escaped the narcissist or you have been cruelly discarded, the period thereafter is difficult, worrying and painful.

Why can’t you move on?

Why do you keep thinking about them?

How can we exert such a hold over you for months afterwards?

Why can’t you get him or her out of your mind?

Why do you see them everywhere you look? Why does it feel like he or she is still buried deep in your heart?

.Most importantly of all, what can you do to get rid of this feeling?

This is the answer. Through the narcissist’s perspective you will understand why you have been infected, why it is so effective and how you can successfully exorcise the narcissist from your heart and soul

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5 Comments

  1. HG, I Wonder why some women take the narcissist back multiple times. I took mine back once, after one month of silent treatment. I was both happy he called because I was addicted but at the same time I felt like trash with no self respect- noone should take boyfriend back after month of silence.

    We broke up for good month later. Ofc he was hoovering and II was painful but i kept my no contact. Taking him back once more or even keeping him as a friend would cause a total damage to my self esteem. I wouldnt look in The mirror. After all my love for myself and self respect was greater than the addiction.

    But I know he repeats the cycle now with other woman and she already took him back third Time. Month of being together, month of silence, hoovering, month of being together, month of silence. During silence he actively tries to seduce other women and everyone knows it.

    I dont understand that. Does she still believe he loves her? Doesn’t she feel any self respect? Does she believe they still got future together? How is it possible? Oh and when there is silence between them she also dates others but it looks like she does it only to make the narcissist jaelous and force him to come back.

      1. And probably she doesn’t know narcsite. It is sad we can’t help other victims while their healing is just 2 clicks away.

    1. I used to wonder the same thing Gab, but people have many different experiences, degrees of addiction, different traits, financial commitments etc etc. There could be so many reasons, perhaps our N trait of pride kicks in quite quickly and so we would never go back for a second chance or maybe we’re just not strong enough to sustain the abuse being doled out. For others they may have the N trait of pride to the same degree, but perhaps it manifests in different ways. Maybe they are too proud to admit the defeat of a failed relationship. Maybe they are more capable of withstanding more abuse. As HG says, its all about ET and that can take a grip of all of us in completely different ways. There is no one size fits all and I’ve learned that most people do take their N back numerous times, it must be an impossible situation for them.

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