Understanding Wounding : The Lesser, Mid-Range and Greater Narcissists


Wounding is one of The 3 Key Interactions With the Narcissist and most people fail to understand what it is. They are mistaken as to

  • What wounding actually is
  • What they think is wounding, when it is not
  • What wounding does to the narcissist
  • How different narcissists respond to wounding
  • How wounding affects the risk of being hoovered.

This results in repeated errors being made and No Contact Regimes failing.

This Logic Bulletin will assist you with carefully explained alternate scenarios to assist and increase your understanding of :

  • How the empath behaves in a situation contrasting to that of the narcissist
  • How Wounding and Challenge Fuel can occur in a social setting and why they occur
  • What the Wounding and Challenge Fuel mean to the narcissist
  • How the various schools and sub-schools of narcissist from Lower Lesser all the way through to Upper Greater Narcissist would deal with this scenario of wounding and why
  • Details of the types of manipulations that the narcissists would use and why
  • Who the manipulations would be used against

To achieve freedom from the narcissist, you need to understand wounding and that means accessing the accurate information about it. I know what it is to be wounded, use this unrivalled insight and equip your Logic Defences here

9 thoughts on “Understanding Wounding : The Lesser, Mid-Range and Greater Narcissists

  1. Cloudy says:


    Accurate material.

    The wound definitely needs a FIRST AID KIT

  2. Michelle says:

    One of the strangest things I’ve learned about narcissism is that narcissists can get PTSD from narcissistic wounding. There have been studies done on this. Most of the narcissists who have ensnared me have presented obvious PTSD symptoms, like anxiety and hesitation to enter relationships, that masked their narcissistic traits. My little empath heart wants to make them feel safe and love them, only to find out that they are snakes inside. At least two of the male narcissists I’ve known were virgins late in life because sex or its precursors had led to severe narcissistic wounds when they proved to be disappointing. The trauma from that prevented them from going back for more because their need to protect their egos trumped their physical needs. In my opinion, traumatized narcissists are by far the hardest to spot. Maybe material for future articles?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I have never come across any narcissist that has suffered PTSD from being wounded.

      A narcissist may experience a fuel crisis from being starved of fuel and repeated wounding which may give the appearance of PTSD, but it is not.
      It is not the trauma that prevents the narcissist from returning to be repeatedly wounded, but rather the self-defence mechanism that is narcissism.

  3. mommypino says:

    This is very informative and accurate. I was able to pin point more precisely that my mom was a Middle Lesser and not a Lower Lesser because of the examples of behaviors for each school of narcissist. The description of reaction to wounding was an accurate illustration of her behaviors.

  4. MB says:

    Is this different than Look Who’s Come to Dinner?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      No, just made it clearer what it appertains to.

      1. MB says:

        Thank you for clarifying HG. It worked well on Thanksgiving Day. Not so much in February!

      2. WhoCares says:

        I appreciate this clarification.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          You are welcome.

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