Expanded Answers : What is the Interaction?


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Do you understand how the narcissist and the victim interact? Do you recognise challenge fuel? Do you know when wounding occurs? Do you recognise whether it is a manipulation and is so, which type?

These are very important aspects of the narcissistic dynamic which every victim should understand since to do so will provide much relief from the confusion of the ensnarement and allow the application of logic.

HG Tudor provides detailed answers to the What is the Interaction Quiz so you gain the answers but more importantly, why they are the answers and why the wrong answers are indeed wrong. Invaluable.

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14 thoughts on “Expanded Answers : What is the Interaction?

  1. WokeAF says:

    Since the explanations to these dramatically assist my skill set , I’m going to read Mouth-2 answers and then try this quiz again if I find anything that clarifies anything here.

    I’ll purchase this soon after

    Thank you HG

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You’re welcome WAF. I’m going to also make this point for the readership as a whole – the Expanded Answers provide you with a ton of answers, examples and explanations which provide understanding about Hoovers, Subschools of narcissists, the various forms of interactions, classifications of manipulations and for a very low amount. The answers to many standard questions people repeatedly ask on the blog can be found in these materials and people should use them if they want clear and inexpensive answers. If a question isn’t answered by me on the blog, that’s because people can get the answer in these materials. Use them!

      1. WokeAF says:

        Yes highly informative and also relatable situations are expanded upon. I now have more knowledge to call upon in so many different areas

        1. Lorelei says:

          Indeed Woke. I have found excellent nuggets in the expanded material. Even things that don’t “apply” to me. It brings people “to life” for me. Normals simply don’t speak in the same manner, or empaths. There are clues hidden but they don’t stay hidden. We also redefine where our fear should rest. A prime example. My ex is good to look at—he’s not dumb. He has reasonable success. If you told me in 2002 what would have happened anyone would have been like, “Shut up.” Saturday morning a guy tried to “break in” my car while I was heating it up at work to leave. By comparison this would frighten most people right? I wasn’t bothered at all. He was likely cracked out (pupils big as a full moon) and and I recognized this because I’m familiar with the presentation. It wasn’t a huge deal but the majority perspective is seeing this situation as dangerous. He was obviously not “with it” to have a grandiose plan per se. He wondered off when I yelled at him. You know your husband’s possibilities and limitations. He is a mid lesser victim. You can manage this as you know what the possibilities are. You find the nuggets expanding on these scenarios in the expanded materials.
          I hope your son improves. Children with special needs or not give peaks and valleys. I keep having this notion to adopt a special needs teenager and it is because the rewards are immense Woke. Remember what a gift he is even when he’s struggling. The hard part is that his dad can’t offer real support, but just look elsewhere for help when you need it.

          1. WokeAF says:

            “ Children with special needs or not give peaks and valleys. I keep having this notion to adopt a special needs teenager and it is because the rewards are immense Woke. Remember what a gift he is even when he’s struggling. The hard part is that his dad can’t offer real support, but just look elsewhere for help when you need it.”

            NOTION 😂 ah bless you. I realize you mean well but so much of this paragraph is ludicrous .

    2. NarcAngel says:

      I read of the situation with your son and ex. I hope things have improved and you are feeling less stress and getting some financial help. Take care.

      1. WokeAF says:

        Slowly improving. Out of the danger zone I think at least. TY

        1. WhoCares says:

          That’s good to hear WokeAF.

        2. Lorelei says:

          Woke—I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to sound unauthentic. Notion was meant to imply an ongoing consideration as there is a teenager in need that is associated with one of my children. It’s a heavy ongoing consideration so please excuse the semantics. It’s complicated but I didn’t mean to sound flippant. You seem very capable and will continue to manage this extremely well.

          1. WokeAF says:

            Lorelei- I will clarify further in case it helps you to relate to parents of special needs kids in the future ;

            a)-he’s autistic but was suffering a mental health issue that is highly traumatic for both of us.
            If he was having heart surgery would you remind me to “remember what a gift he is when he’s struggling”? Of course not. Not only is it irrelevant , its condescending and brutal to infer I DONT. He’s my beautiful boy, not a minute goes by I forget it.

            b) I’ve raised a neurotypical child. The peaks and valleys aren’t even on the same MAP.
            I understand why you would think it’s comparable- unfortunately it’s a very common assumption and special needs parents around the globe both laugh at, and resent deeply, people who belie their ignorance by saying things like that , that compare regular parenting to special needs parenting. Funny, but annoying.

            c)Notion is a word but having or adopting a special needs child means making them the CENTER of your UNIVERSE. Forever. FOREVER.
            Many if not most special needs kids will need assistance daily. For LIFE.
            You don’t have or adopt special needs kids for the REWARDS. You do it bc you are willing to sacrifice your entire life to make theirs better.
            It’s an immense responsibility. Forget REWARDS. That’s nonsense talk and it reeks of privilege and misunderstanding.

            d) the “hard part “ Is not the lack of support from his dad. It’s watching my child suffer. His dads LMR -V nonsense is nothing.

            e) look for support elsewhere – yes, in a pandemic when he can’t see his autism workers or go to a respite worker for the night, friends can’t visit , and even his sister is isolating . 👏🏻Awesome why didn’t I think of that

            I know you meant well, but this information would be beneficial to digest – ..esp if you are going to adopt , Otherwise you’re in for a rude awakening


          2. WokeAF says:

            Lorelei- pls also note . I’m not coming for you. I realize you were trying to be supportive.
            I suspect if more empaths (esp empaths in a position to assist) —realized the reality of special needs (and even mental health) parenting – a LOT more resources would be put in place for both the kids and the parents. Also in many cases, attempts to support the family rather than remove the child would highly benefit everyone .

          3. Lorelei says:

            Woke—it’s ok to let me have these thoughts. I know that I was insensitive and you know with no intention. All I will say is that I have always appreciated you and yes, my comment did not coincide at all with your recent experience.

          4. WokeAF says:

            All good

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