Early Warning Detector


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13 thoughts on “Early Warning Detector

  1. Kelly B says:

    So true of the mid ranger. When pressed will tell all his woes. And then let me get you another drink. Then try to suck some fuel out of you.

  2. Pati says:

    HG, I always compliment my N but he never compliments me . Is that a form of jealousy?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      No, it is because he feels no need to do so. It is the manifestation of the need to control.

      1. Pati says:

        All.about control
        Thanks for answering HG

  3. Violetta says:

    HG, how do you know the things I was too embarrassed to write in my diary?
    1. Playuh-Narc hears me talking to someone else about how hot a particular actor is. Minutes later, I hear him asking the first guy We s Ed which actor I was talking about.
    3. Narc-Frenemy from Jr. High was always talking about this party, that concert, she was so trashed hash oil her boyfriend had to put her in the shower, blah blah.
    I’m home from college between semesters, and she calls, eager to talk about her med-school fiance and how perfect everything is, but admits she misses “all the fun we had” in Jr high. I say I’m glad adolescence is over: less insecurity and way more freedom. I can go today parties and stagger back to the dorm when I feel like it, on weekends, sometimes I go with a group to Rocky Horror.
    “Oh, Fiance and I did that last week!”
    “Did you like it?”
    “Sure, it’s so much fun.”
    “Did you dress up?”
    “We didn’t have to; we were already dressed up from the fancy restaurant he took me to.”
    Didn’t have a clue about audience participation, dressing in character and shouting things at the screen.

    Was anything she ever told me true?

    4. I’m the guilty party here. They all have nicknames: the Mad Scotsman, the Upper-Class Twit, Mr. Seattle: the gun-toting Whacko, Rustic Road Rage….
    Don’t think I’d do it on an early date, though.

    5. Not sure how *I’d* handle this. Most of the creative people I know had problems at home, school, or both. Many musicians were band geeks; actresses and models were ugly ducklings; male actors got bullied for being gay whether they were or weren’t; writers honed their skills observing their dysfunctional families. Some musicians have made a whole career about being outcasts; there wouldn’t be punk or grunge without it.

    I love my family, but there were issues. Should I lie, or minimize, if I’m the one who’s asked? A relationship that lasted two years before we drifted apart began by comparing dysfunctional families. If I’m not exactly normal, would I feel comfortable around a normal person?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      What precisely are you asking me? Do you mean if someone asks you about your family, should you lie about them? Why do you feel the need to lie about them or minimise explaining who they are? Do you mean if you are asked by a narcissist or by anybody other than a narcissist?

  4. Gypsy Heart says:

    I have a friend whose marriage ended at the same time mine did (over 2 years ago (I really need to get that divorce!)). She has been on the dating scene pretty much that whole time.

    HG, I told her about you, when I read this article last time and she said she would look into it. I also told her that you say to stay off those dating sites, but she won’t listen to me so I tell her when she goes out of town to send me a picture of his license plate number.

    I am no where close to wanting to pursue another intimate relationship and wonder if I ever will be. For now I have gotten used to being on my own and am enjoying my time. For now I will live vicariously through her listening to all the dates shes been on. One time she surprised me with a dick pick that I wasn’t expecting just to get a reaction out of me while we were talking. Couldn’t believe they would do that, now I know red flag!!!!! Hello!!!!!! I worry so much about her.

    1. Violetta says:

      Why do some guys think we want to look at their aubergines?

      1. Gypsy Heart says:


        Exactly!!! Ewww!!! This guy was hung like an elephant!!! He has to be scaring all the gals away with that pic!!!

        Ironically this is the guy she now wants to get involved with. He is just a year older than her son. They also haven’t met up because he lives hours away and says he cant get away from working all the time.

        She says he is very mature and extremely compassionate but I kinda hinted that it could be a facade by telling her about my “compassionate ex” NOT!!! Plus seems to me too many red flags just from her describing his profile. I also saw the other pictures he posted. Got the bare chested pics in there along with multiple posh pics of himself in suits pulling at his cuff links. HELLO dic pic kinda a giveaway!!!!!

  5. Dolores Haze says:

    HG, why is it so that the suspicion about a person being a narcissist only appears after the disengagement, very rarely during the actual formal relationship?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      In very brief terms

      During :-
      1. Lack of knowledge , and
      2. High emotional thinking which keeps the victim engaging.

      After :-
      1. Acquisition of knowledge (“why did he dump me without telling me?” “why is he not speaking to me” etc which may lead to finding about narcissism), AND
      2. A slight reduction in ET which allows the victim to start applying the information rather than ignoring it.

  6. cogra002 says:

    I thought this was super helpful. Hope to remember.

  7. MB says:

    Great pic!

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