Understanding the Fuel Matrix



All narcissists have fuel matrices and you need to understand where you fit into that fuel matrix and how that particular matrix functions as part of protecting yourself.

This Logic Bulletin takes you through :-

1. The Fuel Matrices of all sub schools of narcissist. This includes updated and expanded information about the Upper Lesser Type A and Upper Lesser Type B Narcissists, plus the Middle Mid Range Type A and Type B Narcissists.

2. What the Fuel Matrices look like, their size, the nature of the matrices and who sits in them.

3. How the relevant narcissist of each sub school relies on the individuals in the Fuel Matrix

4. What the Virtual Fuel Matrix is and how it operates.

5. How a Long Distance Appliance fits into it the narcissist fuel matrix and how that functions.

6. Detailed descriptions of each sub-school of narcissist, their behaviours and actions to increase your understanding of the different types of narcissist. This is a comprehensive expansion which will help you understand a lot more about the way different sub schools of narcissist operate.

A fascinating and educational exploration of the fuel matrix and the interaction between you and the narcissist, this is essential to know how the narcissist behaves so you can ensure your No Contact Regime is as effective as possible. It is also advanced reading for those who feel they are well-acquainted with the narcissistic dynamic from their existing reading and consultations.

This extensive Logic Bulletin is available at just US $ 15 and is a bulletin you will read several times and refer to often and can be obtained here

5 thoughts on “Understanding the Fuel Matrix

  1. Love says:

    What is the correlation between your fuel needs and your morals? Every person has a moral compass – based on their own standards. So how does your morality (and again that’s solely based on your own definition) interact with your fuel needs? I am sure there have been times where your moral index has stopped you from gaining fuel. Perhaps you don’t call it morals… maybe you call it risk calculation? My question is how far will you go to gain fuel? And what do you call that line that you will never cross?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Fuel is the rule. It and control govern everything.

      1. Love says:

        Understood. Yet aren’t you always doing risk calculations in determining the rate of fuel in comparison to the risk involved?
        What if the amount of fuel is very high, yet the risk also quite great? There is only so far you’ll go for fuel.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          The availability of fuel from various appliances forms part of the equation, therefore a high risk need not be taken because of the availability of fuel from other appliances, such is the luxury of an extensive fuel matrix.

          1. Love says:

            Yet not all fuel is of equivalent value. You lessen the risk by diversifying your portfolio by buying a variety of stock at lower value… less risk but also less return.

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