Match the Manipulations

H.G Tudor - Match The Manipulations e-book cover

Which manipulations are commonly used by which sub school of narcissist? Do you know which narcissist you are dealing with through the Narc Detector Consultation? Knowing you are dealing with a narcissist, the school and cadre, is of paramount importance. It helps you to tackle emotional thinking and to protect yourself.

HG Tudor provides you with a detailed and expert journey through a host of different manipulations. They are matched to the different sub schools of narcissist to use them. Broken down so you know who uses them the most and the least. It includes instances where certain manipulations would never be used by particular narcissists. Use this information to become weaponised. Use this information to remove some of your misunderstandings and gain comfort and assurance.

Understand more about the Middle Mid Range Type A, The Upper Lesser Type B, The Lower Greater and all of the various sub schools of narcissists.

Gaining such knowledge enables you to make sense of what is confusing. It allows you to defend yourself by finally interpreting behaviours. It aids you in preventing future ensnarements.

Understand which narcissists will not use Pity Plays. Gain insight into the use of the Stepford Devaluation. Understand the role of the facade with regard to the way the narcissist behaves. Which narcissists will use physical violence and in what circumstances. Which narcissist will triangulate you and which ones might sleep with your sister.

Simple explanations, useful examples and insightful analysis. This is the ideal companion to your work in beating the narcissist.

An expansive and informative work which gives you the information that you need. You will understand more about the manipulations that narcissists use and why.

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