Narc Detector

KTN Narc Detector

One of the most fundamental questions that must be answered is

“Is he or she a narcissist?”

You need to detect the narcissist and who better to do so on your behalf than me, with my extensive and unrivalled expertise.

Whether it is your husband, girlfriend, boss, brother, neighbour or best friend, ascertaining whether this person is a narcissist (or not) is crucial with regard to putting your mind at ease, formulating a plan to deal with the manipulations of the narcissist and to enabling you to secure freedom.

Knowing if the relevant person is a narcissist is the foundation stone of achieving understanding and freedom.

Submit to me information about the individual as per the guidance sheet which is provided once the consultation is booked and engage my narcissist detection expertise to confirm whether the person is a narcissist and if so, their school and cadre.

The process

Effect payment.
You will be e-mailed a common sense protocol governing the terms of the consultation.
You will be e-mailed a guidance sheet assisting you with the type of information you should provide to maximise the accuracy of my assessment.
You then submit upto 1200 words. If you exceed this then please purchase additional words at US $ 40 per 500 words, you may purchase as many additional bundles as you require.
I will provide an audio file confirming whether the individual is a narcissist and if so, explaining why along with detail as to their school and cadre. This will be provided within 96 hours of submission of your information.
To effect payment, use the PayPal button(s) below and I shall be in touch  shortly thereafter.

(Please note if you experience a delay in hearing from me this is likely to be as a consequence of my absence owing to professional matters. Feel free to email me and if I am away, my out of office reply will give you the relevant details as to when you can expect to hear from me.)

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148 thoughts on “Narc Detector

  1. LauraSun says:

    Is there such a thing as a discount if one needed to run their whole family through this? 😅 🤔

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Email me at and we can discuss terms.

  2. Whitney says:

    Oh I have this unshakable feeling that he’s a good person 😩

    1. MommyPino says:

      Hello Whitney, how are you?

      Is this a new guy or are you referring to the narc?

  3. Kel says:

    It is sort of sweet what’s coming out in the news about Ellen DeGeneres, and the toxic environment behind the scenes of her show. I stopped watching her back when her show was still fairly new, because she kept doing that crying bit – every show- and it was so fake. I couldn’t stand it. That was before I’d ever met or had my decade long involvement with the last narc, or had any inkling about narcissism. Everything they’re saying sounds like narcissism.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Indeed. A faker.

      1. Violetta says:

        The difference between a celebrity & a true star: when staff at an event were told not to approach Paul McCartney, he said, “Why isn’t anybody talking to me?”

    2. Kel says:

      Ironic that Ellen’s slogan is:
      Be Kind To One Another

      And the complaints on her show from staff and celebrity guests, is that they were treated unkindly.

      Narcs pretending to be good is what gives good things a bad reputation.

      1. Violetta says:

        I got a clue about Ellen at one of the awards shows. She made a crack about Liza Minelli being a drag queen. Liza was a true triple threat: singing, dancing, acting. The fact that she’s been addicted to various substances and bad relationships (with men who look gay to everybody but her) doesn’t take away from her iconic status.

        1. MommyPino says:

          Liza Minelli seems like an empath to me.

    3. MommyPino says:

      The Ellen thing shocked me. I really thought she was an empath. I haven’t seen her be mean on TV. If she is a narc she is definitely one of the higher functioning ones.

  4. alexissmith2016 says:

    If a female midrange narc in a senior management position shaves her head during lockdown, would I be correct in assuming at some point she had at least had a momentary loss of control

    1. HG Tudor says:

      No, outbreak of head lice or watching Alien 3.

      1. alexissmith2016 says:

        I bloody knew you’d have to be funny!

        Anyone else care to answer?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          SW has answered, now cool your jets or its dungeon for you!

          1. alexissmith2016 says:

            Well I’m definitely not going to cool them now!

            You said SW had answered and I very much appreciate her response. But you didn’t say whether she was correct or not.

            Is Adele an empath? I suspect she might be based on her songs. Sounds like she’s been involved with many of your kind, although I don’t know anything of her beyond her music

          2. HG Tudor says:

            I would need more information about the individual and situation to provide an accurate response, but SW´s suggestion holds force.

            I have not analysed Adele. I do know she is a potty mouth and lost a lot of weight recently.

          3. alexissmith2016 says:

            Thanks HG and SW. I just had visions of her in the dark hours, listening to some weird music, the creature escaping…

            hahaha I really like her, my husband thinks she sounds like ‘fag butt’ that can sing!

          4. Lorelei says:

            Just saw this Alexis, it seems the majority of these pop stars are narcs, it is nice to think not all are disgusting. (re, Adele being an empath) I would like to know what type of empath Oprah is. HG has indicated most successful people are narcissists because they thrive on the attention, whereas most normal people don’t care one way or the other. She doesn’t seem very saucy and is pretty emotional. I am curious. She doesn’t flag me as being highly narcissistic, but I have seen other people on here suggest they feel otherwise. There are variable opinions on who is what of course.

          5. blackcoffee30 says:

            HG, I would like some Empath Bullets please (or maybe Arrows or some such).

    2. StrongerWendy says:

      Or needed attention/reaction to shaving her head.

      1. alexissmith2016 says:

        Thanks SW. That’s possible. Although it didn’t help her look whatsoever.

        1. StrongerWendy says:

          Hmmm, kind of an Uncle Fester look?

          1. Renarde says:


            That made me giggle.

            You need excellent bone structure to carry that one off.

          2. alexissmith2016 says:

            Hahaha exactly that

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  6. Katie says:

    HG, I’m very keen to hear your expert opinion on Caroline Flack and all the furore surrounding recent events; do you have plans on writing a ‘Very’ article on her or dissecting the whole situation? I would be fascinated to know your take on it all. I find myself getting incredibly frustrated by the media coverage on what has happened and I keep thinking to myself if the situation were reversed and it had been her boyfriend who had attacked her then committed suicide the discussion would be entirely different.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hello Katie, people have asked me to do so and it is a matter of having the time available to perform a “Very”, if I have, I shall.

  7. fcm says:

    What would you recommend purchasing first in respects to reaching a better understanding of a ?discard situation- keeping it short; not sure if I have the narcissistic traits, the other party is the narcissist, or if I am even an empath as I may have previously thought. Should I purchase the NDC, or EDC- and if the NDC, do I run myself through, or the other person?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Hello, obtain the NDC in relation to the other person. This will give you the foundation for interpreting and understanding everything else

      1. Lorelei says:

        What percentage are CD, standard? I know narcs are 1/6–but of the 25% of empaths how do the numbers tend to fall?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          As explained in the material which accompanies the Empath Detector Consultation response, Lorelei.

          1. Lorelei says:

            I don’t remember all the empath detector stuff but I would recall percentages. I’m a narcissistic psychopath, (a manipulative & dangerous one) so I didn’t get the breakdown on empaths. If I were more robust I’d likely recall, but I’m gas lighting myself into not remembering just like I do my kids.

          2. Violetta says:


            Annie Savoy: Well of course I’m trying to seduce you, for God’s sake, and I’m doing a damn poor job of it… Aren’t I pretty?

            Ebby Calvin LaLoosh: God, I think you’re real cute.

            Annie Savoy: Cute? Baby ducks are cute, I HATE cute! I want to be exotic, and mysterious!

            Ebby Calvin LaLoosh: You are, you’re exotic, and mysterious, and… cute…

            Bull Durham

  8. Ashley says:

    BEST thing to ever happen to my ears & brain

  9. Lucia says:

    I am waiting for Narc Detector results for my husband, hoping he is not a narcissist, so I can stay with him and try to work on our relationship. Maybe it’s all in my head, maybe I am delusional, crazy….. I also have some narc traits I think. I’m totally confused about everything. Feeling very anxious, don’t know what to do.

    1. Ashley says:

      Lucia, I’m sure it’s not all in your head. The narc detector consultation is amazing & I listen to it often to keep my emotional thinking in check. I hope the results make you feel better as they did for me. I have strong narcissistic traits as well. Don’t worry, try not to feel anxious, you’re in the right place 💖😊 keep reading here & you’ll do fantastic

    2. Violetta says:

      I doubt it is all in your head.

      It takes one to know one. If HG says he’s not a narc, he isn’t one. And vice versa.

      Everybody has some narc traits. While you’re waiting for results, listen to this:

    3. Lucia, going by my own experience yours is a Typical reaction of a victim enslaved by a narcissist at the stage of optimum confusion !

    4. Violetta says:

      Lucia: get on YouTube, listen to HG Tudor’s “Am I the Narcissist?” while you’re waiting for results. Everyone has some narcy traits, but the video spells out clearly where the distinctions are.

      1. Lucia says:

        Thank you all for kind words and encouragement. Feeling very down at the moment. The more I read, the less I know and the worse I feel. I do recognize a lot off behavior but still can’t believe this could be my reality. This can not be my husband, my life, me…. My emotions are alternating from disbelief, to frustration and anger, to sadness and helplessness. What should I do if he is, what if he is not . Do I even want to know the truth?

        1. Ashley says:

          Lucia, I’m sorry you feel sad. Take a break for now until you hear the results. All of your feelings are normal. Feel your feelings, but don’t act on them. Yes you definitely need to know the truth. I know you’re feeling poorly at the moment, but the knowledge here is what will in time make you feel good again. It just takes time to accept it & change your thinking. If it makes you feel any better, I have realized that every boyfriend I’ve had was a type of mid-range narcissist. Try to calm your mind, it’s easier said than done I know, but try to feel as calm as you can. Take it moment by moment if you have to. ❤

  10. Stella SHELF Unmaskers says:

    Very useful service. Last month I bought 2 ND (one for a friend of mine as a christmas gift, and one for me). Perfect and accurate analysis. All the victims should ask for this before implementing no contact!

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Absolutely SSU, I am pleased the service proved so useful to you.

  11. Dolores Haze says:

    NDC is a brilliant service and should be obligatory for pretty much everyone here. Okay, I should probably rephrase that. Please consider doing the NDC before you start calling the one who broke your heart “a narcissist”. Okay, that, too, sounded harsh. My point is, I was relieved to learn from the man with a black belt in narcissism (HG, that is) that the suspect is, indeed, a narcissist. Moreover, an Upper Mid-Range Elite one (I’m not good enough for a Greater, obviously 🙄). I feel better knowing that it wasn’t all in my head, that I didn’t just cling on to the narcissism concept in order to make sense of a broken relationship. I know with all certainty that I did the right thing to get out and don’t doubt my decision to stay out. Most importantly, I don’t feel alone in my emotional battle anymore. Thank you, HG. And thank you, all you wonderful anonymous Empaths who comment here and provide emotional support in addition to HG’s invaluable logic defense.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome.

  12. FoolMe1Time says:

    He’s an English comedian HG.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Clearly not a very good one.

      1. FoolMe1Time says:

        I have no clue HG? I googled him! Hahaha 🙃

  13. Alexissmith2016 says:

    HG is Dave Gorman a twat?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      No idea who he is. So, yes.

      1. Hahahah, I’ve never watched him in full. Five minutes is enough for me to realise he’s not a person I want to see any more of. Just can’t understand how he is still around?

  14. MB says:

    HG, have you done any EDCs where the inquirer was a normal?

    1. HG Tudor says:


      1. Lorelei says:

        Have you done one on a narcissist and told the person? Do you ever suspect a narcissist on a narc detector inquiry as the one making the inquiry that thinks they are the victim?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Done what and told them what?


          1. Lorelei says:

            Have you told anyone they are a narcissist that submitted an empath questionnaire? Or, what do you do? They’ll argue. Has it occurred? What do you do when you do a narc detector and suspect the problem is the one filling it out?

          2. HG Tudor says:

            Already answered.

            I conduct the consultation in the usual way. Two narcissists can collide remember

          3. FoolMe1Time says:

            He answered this one awhile ago Lorelei, but of course you weren’t paying attention again, as usual! Now it’s to late for me to go back to bed! Hahaha

    2. FoolMe1Time says:

      I can tell you MB that normal was definitely not me! Hahaha 🙃

  15. Dolores Haze says:

    I’m very interested to know the EDC and NDC results of those who used these consultations, and was it what you expected? I came back as Martyr/Geyser Codependent/Standard on EDC, quite surprisingly (I thought I’m Geyser Standard). Still waiting for the NDC results. Please share yours, if you will.

    HG, you don’t mind this, do you?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      If you wish to share the results the EDC that is a matter for you. I, of course do not.

      I think you meant to write that you are “waiting for the NDC,” not still waiting, you only submitted it two days ago! It is done actually, I just need to record my response.

      1. Dolores Haze says:

        Of course, my apologies, HG. Please consider it an honest mistake due to the fact that English is only my third language.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          I thought that might be the case. Your standard of English is very good.

        2. MB says:

          I never would have guessed. Third language?!? Amazing Dolores. I assumed you were a native speaker.

          1. Dolores Haze says:

            Thank you, MB; that is so sweet of you to say that. But, unfortunately, while I consider myself quite fluent in English, some essential nuances sometimes escape me and cause confusion. As in this case of “waiting” vs “still waiting”. But, you live you learn!

          2. MB says:

            Dolores, it is a testament to the scrutiny that our comments face during the moderation process. Don’t try to get anything past HG! Haha

          3. Lorelei says:

            Dolores—what is your native language?

          4. Dolores Haze says:


        3. Hope says:

          Wow! 3rd!? What are the first two? I’m very impressed. Awed. I aim to learn a few. Did you travel a lot or move around? I hear it tastes a few years of immersion to really develop.

    2. Alexissmith2016 says:

      Interesting Dolores.

      I came back as magnet SE. I suspected that may be the case but didn’t believe it was possible. I sometimes wondered whether I may be a standard or even a mid range and unable to see it. I do recognise I have strong N traits and strong E traits.

      I found it extremely helpful for it to be conclusive as it really helps me recognise when my ET is high and to apply LT to reduce it. Most of the time that’s possible.

      1. HG Tudor says:

        BY the way AS2016, there is a new book out that you ought to read since it includes new material which you have been waiting for.

        1. Dolores Haze says:

          How much more does it cost to be diagnosed Super Empath, HG? 😂😝🤭

          1. HG Tudor says:

            If someone wants to pay more to be assessed as a Super Empath let them pay.

            They still won’t be assessed as a SE, if they are not.

          2. MB says:

            HG, I don’t know why somebody would want to be assessed something other than they actually are. But, if they did, it would be easy enough to be disingenuous on the questionnaire, right?

          3. HG Tudor says:

            No, that shows up. I cannot explain why (for obvious reasons) but it is actually very complex how it works to avoid this situation.

        2. Alexissmith2016 says:

          What? Which book?

          1. HG Tudor says:

            Oh, I am not spoon feeding you. Use your eyes!

          2. Alexissmith2016 says:

            Hahahaha my husband always says that to me too! Then I’ll just clumsily throw things around in the cupboard until he gives up and comes and find it for me. I’m guessing that might not work with you HG.

        3. Lorelei says:

          I thought it was this thread (but don’t see it now) that the narcissists messaging you & I am assuming the ones wanting a romantic link, believe they have substance. You stated they do not. (Which appeared, or insinuated a disqualifier) Yet, you’ve stated before if you had children you’d prefer they be narcissists. What does this exploit re, your view on the two different dispositions? You’ve stated (almost) that some of us are quite inept due to ET. Weak, fragile.. These are not characteristics that revel in substance entirely. I’d say the empathic designation offers differently than the narcissist. What do you mean by substance? If you view us as mostly gazelles where is value in conquering an empath? Would it not be harder to control a narcissist? A more substantial feat in comparison? Where is strength in beating down a person who won’t likely leave? I’m curious what an expansion on that comment means. I’m just curious. I think Bill likes Hilary for reasons along those lines perhaps. Why would you (if you had to choose) want children with no substance? Jeff Bezos has “substance” (value) fresh on my door step today. What is substance? I was no use to my children a few years ago. Was that substance? With all that said—I’ll send a dick pic by noon. Haha.

          1. HG Tudor says:

            It is not choosing them for having no substance, it is choosing them for having the tools to equip them to succeed as opposed to be hindered.

          2. Lorelei says:

            I’m lost—you would want narc children as they are not hindered? So, we are useless?

          3. HG Tudor says:

            Didn’t write that

          4. alexissmith2016 says:

            ‘It is not choosing them for having no substance, it is choosing them for having the tools to equip them to succeed as opposed to be hindered’.

            so you can ‘show them off’ more easily?

            what if they turned out to be a lower lesser hahahhaah oh god! I am rather funny

          5. Lorelei says:

            Omg HG with a lower lesser baby.. I guess I should want a bunch of kids that walk around with daggers.

          6. Witch says:

            Most narcs aren’t even successful, so I don’t get it… unless having a criminal record is successful? I don’t know, people have different dreams

          7. Violetta says:

            HG, what if you had mid-range kids who want to “help” you?

          8. HG Tudor says:

            Boarding school.

          9. Kim e says:

            Boarding school….HA…more like a boarded up school

          10. Might have missed it. HG, you decided you do want to have children of your own?

          11. HG Tudor says:


          12. Lorelei says:

            I’m sorry Wendy—for the confusion. He once stated if he had kids he’d prefer they be narcs. It contradicts the thought that narcs have no substance, but why are empaths so appealing if they are weak? (Read his wording in Chained—they won’t leave he indicates unless an act of almost force or being left) Weak seems to indicate lack of substance in modern interpretation of vocabulary perhaps? Maybe not. It was an almost philosophical inquiry. He has repeatedly indicated adequate fuel acquisition from empaths. But why not conquer narcs? If empaths are weak automatons then why bother? It’s not an inflammatory inquiry or a smart comment, but a genuine question. Basically, why kick a dog with two legs? Where is fuel in that? Gazelles are easy prey—but not another lion. If you know the outcome why play a lazy game? Why win a game before the cards are distributed?

          13. HG Tudor says:

            No, it does not.

            Empaths appeal because they satisfy the Prime Aims more than anybody else. Still does not mean they are perfect with regard to fuel provision but they are the most effective of all available choices.
            IF I had children I am not answering your question based on their use to me (whether narcissist or empath they still rank below the IPPS with regard to fulfilment of The Prime Aims) but rather their effectiveness in life which would be superior as narcissists.

            Why not conquer narcs? They are conquered but empaths are preferred for the reasons of The Prime Aims which has been stated repeatedly and consistently.

          14. Lorelei says:

            I guess how effectiveness is defined varies according to the observer.

          15. HG Tudor says:

            You asked me for my perspective, I gave it you.

          16. Lorelei says:

            I wasn’t being snarky—I acknowledged there are different perspectives on effectiveness. I understand your view. I think effectiveness has a range of definition.

          17. HG Tudor says:

            I realise that Lorelei, I know you were asking a fair question and your comment was a correct observation. I agree, effectiveness has a range of definition owing to the differing perspectives.

          18. Lorelei says:

            Yes, and I don’t gaslight my children as has been postulated and entertained. This would be a measure of success in my book.

          19. Lorelei says:

            I just saw this. (I think?) In the WP app there are issues with how comments are peppered in my feed. Re, effectiveness.. Narcissism and effectiveness. It’s interesting that you state agreement re, effectiveness owing to different perspectives. I shake my head at the attention seeking rat race so many narcs are part of. There is “questionable effectiveness” in the sneaky coercion and behaviors to knock down
            people so one can secure, say, a nice middle management job! I literally can’t stand the “look at me” types that thrive on their ultimate meaninglessness to require rat race attention to boost their empty selves. A woman I know. Disgusting individual. Mid range whack job in a reasonable position. Killed her daughters pet and blamed her for it. Successful? Effective? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder—I’ll always view her as a slut who brings home a string of men in front of her kids. (Like she’s a mid but functions with little facade re, men in bed—it’s ridiculous) Her narcissism impedes her ability to be respected. Is she good at her reliable mid ranger middle management job? Yes generally. Do normal people think she’s got a screw loose? Absolutely. Narcissism allows for behaviors that many people see as something less than ideal. Same with empaths. We have a chance to remedy our plight if drawn to unhealthy people—narcs have no choice but to keep tripping up. The need for fuel is a requirement that forever impairs judgment and there can be no cure. I think there is great effectiveness in securing stability and happiness personally. Statistically, the rate of “high end” successful narcs is low compared to the population of them. Lower lessers.. Effective? At creating a prison infrastructure sure! Child predators? Sure—at scaring and scarring kids. Wow, now that’s just effective. I’m glad your view is able to exhibit some dichotomy here.

          20. Violetta says:


            We all loved it when HG deflated that mid-range bitch at work, but would she make a good fuel source? Not with that limited emotional range.

          21. HG Tudor says:

            Correct. Also see the “When Narcissists Collide” articles.

          22. Lorelei says:

            Yes Violetta—there are a few at my work I’m not too pleased with. Vultures. One has had me painted black for a year solid year. She’s disgusting and left her daughter’s bunny on the porch to freeze. (She was dumb enough to tell the story) Her daughter, upset, was told, “Well you forgot to bring in bunny too!” Imagine shifting blame onto a grade schooler for such an act. I’d like to punch her in the face. Worthless life sucking bitch.

          23. Witch says:


            Success means different things to different people.
            HG has his own perspective of “success” and feels a narc child is better equipped to living up to his expectations than an empath.
            You and I probably have very different perspectives on what “success” is by comparison to HG’s view and therefore we would value are own kind above a narc, knowing that they would not sell us out for a bag of rice.

          24. HG Tudor says:

            I would never sell anybody out for a bag of rice.

            Two bags, now I am interested.

          25. Whitney says:

            HG, you would prefer Narc children because of their effectiveness in life. Their success, by your perspective.

            My most important thing is for my children to feel happy and fulfilled.
            Happiness and fulfilment are success by my perspective.

            We are alive for a short moment in time. Nothing really matters. Especially not things like status symbols. That is my perspective.

          26. HG Tudor says:

            Fair observation Whitney.

          27. StrongerWendy says:

            From my understanding, if he had children he would prefer them to be narcs because all associated with him must be superior and narc’s are more ‘effective’ than empaths (in his world view). They are not encumbered by all of the emotions an empath must carry.

            Why choose empaths over narcs? We are appealing precisely because we are ‘weak'(we are emotional. Weak in their world view). Because conquered narcs can’t provide fuel in the quantity or in the way a narc requires. An empath with higher narc traits i.e. a super empath appliance is particularly appealing to someone like HG because they require more machinations and there’s more challenge/risk. When they are conquered, and they most likely will be, the fuel is extra tasty.

            Regarding why win a game before the cards are distributed – as HG has stated – he does extensive reconnaissance work to ensure he’s won the war before it starts.

            It’s about our world view vs the narc world view.

          28. HG Tudor says:

            Well articulated.

          29. Thank you.

          30. NarcAngel says:

            Great summary.

          31. StrongerWendy says:

            Thanks NA

          32. Lorelei says:

            Hi Wendy—I get the concept but the petty cruelty of the narcissist is not a strength. It’s like they are cars that need to plug in to charge by being dicks in order to regain strength to be successful. That is pathetic from my perspective. So, all child sexual abusers are obviously narcs.. How successful an accomplishment.. Or, the loser that grabs at my purse.. Wow, that is really genius. Reality is—A very narcissistic person can be highly effective and not be a petty abuser. I view this more well-rounded deportment a more successful human being per se. I would not want kids that abuse innocent people because it’s shameful on all levels.

          33. Witch says:

            Throw in a can of beans.. done deal init

          34. Lorelei says:

            Is it a bad sign of someone tries to choke a duck on a first date?

          35. HG Tudor says:

            I would be more concerned if he choked the chicken, especially at dinner.

          36. Lorelei says:

            Fucking boring ass stupid person. Nearly killed myself. I got my eyes on Mr. Miami.

      2. Dolores Haze says:

        BTW, Alexis – I LOVE your gravatar pic!

        1. Alexissmith2016 says:

          Awww thanks DH and likewise. What prompted you to chose yours?

          1. Dolores Haze says:

            Well, that’s Lolita – aka Dolores Haze, aka Dolores Schiller; the picture is the cover of Nabokov’s book. I have daddy issues from an early age 🙂 How did you end up with yours?

          2. Alexissmith2016 says:

            Ah I see DH, clearly I’m not as cultured as I might appear haha interesting choice though. How come the daddy issues?

            Mine – I wanted something which represented a bit of good and a bit of bad!

          3. Dolores Haze says:

            Dad left us when I was a baby and I’ve been very into much older men ever since my teenage years, hence the choice of alter ego for the gravatar.

            A smoking, hot nun (pun intended) is not a bit of good and a bit of bad, that’s like double bad with an extra layer of naughty! 😝

    3. MB says:

      Dolores, My results: Standard (60%) Carrier (60%)

      I’m a Standard with some decent chunks of Co-D and Super. And a Carrier with a decent chunk of Martyr.

      For those that haven’t done the EDC, I highly recommend. It’s a fascinating exercise.

      1. Dolores Haze says:

        MB, that’s very interesting! I’m 42% Martyr and 37% Geyser; I have only 5% Carrier and 16% Magnet, and no Saviour whatsoever. What about you? None of my school or cadre traits reached 50%… I’m a mix nationality-wise, and it now turns out I’m a mix also empath-wise… go figure.

        1. MB says:

          Dolores, I sit solidly in the Standard Carrier position. On my Empath Detector and in life. My Co-D traits do make themselves known at times, but I am not a Co-Dependent. My narc traits are few and weak.

          1. Lorelei says:

            This is interesting MB. I just looked at mine as I forget the parts and pieces. Standard with a significant contagion majority but a total hybrid on the cadre, no Co-D mentioned at all. I thought the contagion thing was to believe in magic. I don’t get into the mystical at all so I’m not sure why that was displayed. I’d love to be privy to what went on in HG’s mind while developing the questions. I think it’s interesting that certain qualities make us more vulnerable to certain types and vice versa. For me personally I enjoy victims that I can bathe and rub lotion on their calloused feet. It’s hugely satisfying!

          2. FoolMe1Time says:

            Ok, again I will ask! What does rubbing lotion on on a victims feet (You are not a narcissist) have anything to do with your empath detector? Lol. How can you bathe and even touch someone’s feet being the germaphobe you are?! Hahaha

          3. Lorelei says:

            I don’t touch feet or bathe people due to the nature of my job and responsibilities. I can evaluate feet with no touching—just x-ray everything anyway. (No one is happy without an x-ray) It was traumatic for me when my toe was injured though—no pedicure for quite awhile. Bathing is a part of critical care but that was many years ago. I paid my dues.

          4. FoolMe1Time says:

            You’re the one that made the comment about liking to bathe and lotion feet! HG, I can’t do this anymore more!! You deal with her, it’s your blog!! Look she has me using exclamation points again!! Hahaha

          5. FoolMe1Time says:

            It is not even 8:00am and you have me adding amaretto to my coffee! 🤦🏼‍♀️

      2. lisk says:

        How different is it from Myers-Briggs Type Indicator? Seems like one can easily cheat MBTI.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Vastly different, the way it has been formulated is to remove second guessing. The response explains how the questionnaire has been formulated to ensure an accurate result.

          1. lisk says:

            I do need accuracy.

          2. HG Tudor says:

            Here I stand.

          3. FoolMe1Time says:

            By the look of your Gravatar HG you are lying down! 🙃

          4. HG Tudor says:

            Very funny!

          5. FoolMe1Time says:

            Haha! I thought so to HG! 🙃

          6. Lorelei says:

            Can he please quit making us look at his legs Foolme! Maybe you and I should post our legs.

          7. FoolMe1Time says:

            I don’t want him to stop looking at his legs Lorelei. I really like them! Just pretend it’s not HG. Lol

          8. Lorelei says:

            He should post his hair.

          9. FoolMe1Time says:

            Oh haha. That last comment should have read, I don’t want to stop looking at his legs! Lol.

            I’m almost afraid to ask this question Lorelei, but why a picture of his hair? You can tell it’s blonde from the blonde hair on his legs, and there is no way this narcissist is going to let you pull his hair or slap him around, like your mid ranger did! Lol

          10. Lorelei says:

            I want to see how clean cut he wears it in the back.

          11. FoolMe1Time says:

            Omg Lorelei if he gets it cut every two or three weeks there probably isn’t any worry about the closeness of the cut in the back! He doesn’t have enough hair for that! Smh

          12. Bubbles 🍾 says:

            Dear Lorelei,
            I’d like to see his eyes 👀
            What say you Mr Tudor, piccie or an eye or two ?
            Luv Bubbles xx 😘

          13. HG Tudor says:

            There would be no light for the picture, Bubbles. My dark eyes are absorbing it all, at present.

        2. Bubbles 🍾 says:

          Dear Mr Tudor,
          I thought you had blue eyes
          Luv Bubbles xx 😘

          1. Hope says:

            Lorelei contagion is not magic. To my understanding.. It’s when you feel other people’s pain as your own. Infectious laughter. Infectious anger. Infectious sorrow. It means you not only feel for someone but you actually begin to feel the feelings they are feeling yourself. You may not even speak about it. You may enter a room and sense the energy. You may pick up on other people’s feelings unconsciously. You may feel drained or energized by certain environments. Often you may feel overstimulated and prefer to avoid people to protect your own energy. You may have to be alone before you can feel your own energy. This is how my sister describes it to me. She avoids people because it’s too much. She limits herself to one phone call a day.

          2. Lorelei says:

            Yes—I think anyone that proclaims a magical element is a bit dreamy. I don’t relate to any of the description except for sensing energy in a room or person—but nearly anyone can do that.

        3. Witch says:

          I’ve taken the Myers Briggs test a few times and I still fall under INFP “the mediator”/“idealist” diplomat personality type. My result is pretty much spot on.

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