The Weaponised Empath

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Are you The Weaponised Empath?

Or do you have further work to do?

The Weaponised Empath is a detailed consultation which utilises a comprehensive questionnaire to assess the extent to which you have become The Weaponised Empath and if so, which kind.

The consultation addresses a variety of matters, issues and situations to ascertain what you have learned, how it is being applied and to help you identify both areas of congratulation and areas which require improvement to secure your freedom from the narcissist and moreover, to maintain it.

This consultation focuses on ascertaining the depths of your knowledge, understanding and application with regard to narcissists, narcissism, The No Contact Regime and the war against Emotional Thinking. It is important to test your progress, to know what has been achieved, what needs to be maintained and what else needs to be done.

A specifically engineered questionnaire has been designed over time to ask the key questions of you and from your response utilise an algorithm to determine if you have become a Weaponised Empath and if you have, which one. Are you , Lookout Guard, The Green Cleric, perhaps you are The Warrior, maybe The Phoenix or one of many other categories.

Find out whether you are The Weaponised Empath, find out which one and find out what you have got right, how you are doing with regard to the narcissistic dynamic and what else needs to be done, if anything with a detailed breakdown of what you are within the narcissistic dynamic, what you are doing well, where you could do more and your various strengths and vulnerabilities.

The Weaponised Empath Consultation costs US $ 100 and payment is made below. The process is then as follows :-

  1. You will receive a Common Sense Protocol governing the process.
  2. You will receive a detailed questionnaire for you to complete in your own time.
  3. You submit the questionnaire which is then analysed.
  4. You will then receive a determination within 96 hours of submission (save where the time is extended) explaining if you have achieved weaponised empath status, if you have which type you are, what that means and details as to what you have achieved and what else you can do to help yourself and beat the narcissist.

The Weaponised Empath

59 thoughts on “The Weaponised Empath

  1. WokeAF says:

    HG , will you tell me how many categories of WE there are?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Over 70

      1. K says:

        Is there a higher level that I should be aiming for or is the Paladin acceptable? Do I need to do more work?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          There are further achievements that can be obtained as you continue to build your knowledge, understanding and the no contact regime, yes.

          1. theletterafterj says:

            Thank you HG
            It’s good to know because we all start out as rookies.

      2. NarcAngel says:

        I assume all of the categories of weaponized empath are equally complimentary in name and description to avoid the controversy that the term Super Empath does when mentioned?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Ha ha they are varied in many different ways, I’m waiting on your application NA!

          1. NarcAngel says:

            I’m sure you know my category already. I’m a bit behind in all these new offerings!

          2. HG Tudor says:

            Time to catch up, I mean what’ve you been doing g with your time, attending the hair dresser all day long?!

          3. Lorelei says:

            NA—you may find some surprising insights!

      3. WhoCares says:

        70? Now I am curious…

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Yes, it provides a vast array of outcomes which reflect the complexity of the combinations through the responses provided, it’s well worth undertaking

          1. WhoCares says:


          2. FoolMe1Time says:

            Ok HG, now you’ve got me super curious!

          3. HG Tudor says:

            You know what to do FM1T

          4. FoolMe1Time says:

            Do it I shall!

          5. HG Tudor says:

            Jolly good Yoda

          6. FoolMe1Time says:


      4. Sweetest Perfection says:

        Over 70? Wow! That sounds mystical, mysterious, and mystifying, HG! You have certainly piqued my curiosity.

  2. K says:

    Drum roll please…I am a weaponized empath and I have been weaponized in the way of the Paladin. When I was reading the WED results, I couldn’t help but think of The Saviour Empath, ever-ready to jump into the fray and sally forth defending the defenseless, however, this comes at a great risk making me vulnerable to attacks (malign hoovers) from the narcissist. This gives me pause and I think it would be prudent to take a step back and reassess before the Devil’s Pitchfork leaves it mark.

    1. K says:

      Honestly, it’s as if I am just asking to get my ass kicked by the narcissist. That’s my narcissistic trait of Pride which keeps me engaged; what can I say: I love the battle (that’s my addiction to the narcissist)!!!

      1. Ashley says:

        Maybe when you feel that way, tell yourself “it’s just not worth it.” 🙂 many times in life I made a little mantra for myself & it prevented me from doing things haha although it hasn’t prevented me from eating huge plates of pasta 😃

      2. Lorelei says:

        Interesting K. It sounds like a worthwhile exercise to undertake. I know there is an “energy” of engagement with narcissistic men/women. It’s not when I’m not in their presence, nor does it “drive” making plans with them. Its not to that level. It’s more same place/same time stuff. But!! Intense and a key indicator of where I have an innate weakness. In Exorcism, HG mentioned (excuse my weak paraphrase) a stimulus associated with narcissists. Something about a cow in a field & the fence. If I walk in Cheryl’s cookie store and I know chocolate chip makes me break out I go to to them anyway. I need to learn to have some affinity for sugar cookies only maybe. With (especially) narc men I’m pulled like a magnet. It’s like we actively do a dance and it’s so hard not to. In fact, my few dalliances with woman have been narcissists. It is the entire package deal of narcissism and my lure to it. I’m not sure how this would translate in the exercise as I already know it. HG can’t force me to play a different hand. It’s all on me. What I will say is that it would be highly unlikely to be ensnared with no warning bells at this point. I’ve been here enough to know key indicators, but my ET mutes the bells and will manipulate me into a difficult scenario. It’s already occurred. I wrote only a snippet of it here. The progress though was that it was brief and didn’t pack a huge punch. I’ve had a few learning opportunities and they were necessary in a way. They enlighten me to my vulnerability.

        1. K says:

          The WED is very worthwhile. Give it a whirl! It is compelling me to think and rethink some things.

          The addiction is very much in the moment/now. When we are home (safe) or not in the vicinity of a narcissist (at work/socially), it’s all good; no problems, however, add a narcissist into the mix and then it can all go to Hell real effing fast. Either good or bad. Seduction feels good but it’s still dangerous.

          When we walk into Cheryl’s cookie store, we will always choose the most dangerous cookie (narc), whether we realize it or not, and the narcissist will always be drawn to us, like a magnet; it really is symbiotic. Hopefully, we will never be IPPSs/IPSSs again, and I don’t think we will ever really, truly be out of the woods. We will always have to be vigilant.

          “When you Tango with the Devil, you have found a partner for life.” by Exit Dog with DC Dogs

          1. Lorelei says:

            Agree 100%. It’s just that the addiction is never gone, it’s unfortunate. The whole cow/stimulation/fence thing made sense. I had to metaphorically smack myself in the head a few nights ago over this “lure.” No one can do that but me. Also, knowing that every interaction with a narcissist is a form of manipulation is ground breaking. I mean it when I said that the children’s father is now more neatly framed as a non-entity. I have zero anger toward my father’s memory. There is no benefit to hold any feeling toward any of them. My ex is so disordered that it’s illogical to hold feelings aside from a forensic view. Looking back—he nearly jumped out of our car once when experiencing unease r/t a lack of control situation. That is pathetic K. The officer at my work visibly contorted his face with fury when I dismissed him (long story). (I think he’s lower mid range)
            These individuals are forensic entities. I have to remember this, and it doesn’t remove the lure all the time, but it’s a helpful thought. HG’s work here is extraordinary and no one else can pull this off indeed.

          2. FoolMe1Time says:


            Surprised to see you here. I thought they would have you working all kinds of overtime?!

            The weaponised empath looks interesting. I just finished with the trait detector, that was an eye opener for sure!!

          3. WhoCares says:


            Happy to see you commenting – how are you doing?

          4. FoolMe1Time says:


            Hi, I’m doing just fine. How are you? I’ve been working a lot lately and unfortunately do not have the time I use to have to comment. I do however try to stay caught up on all blog comments when I have a few extra minutes.

            I am concerned that I have not seen Dear Bubbles on her here for a long while now and I hope she is safe and well?! Take care and stay safe WC and everyone else on here.

            HG, you’ve left your window open again and something worse then the virus has flown in! Haha!

            Stay safe HG, you are needed and cared about by many!

          5. WhoCares says:


            I am good, thanks for asking.
            Glad you’re able to keep constructively busy but miss your contributions here.
            K and I were expressing concern, on another thread, that Bubbles is not commenting lately – I agree, hope she is just busy with family and protecting herself.

            Take care and keep safe too 💚
            And, yep, watch your step lately as you wander the threads!

          6. FoolMe1Time says:

            Yes WC, I noticed it was getting rather deep in here! I’ll have to wear my Wellies! Haha!

          7. WhoCares says:

            Wear your wellies proud FM1T!

            (Wish I had put mine on sooner.)

          8. FoolMe1Time says:

            Haha! WC, I’ve learned years ago to always have my wellies close by when I’m in here! 💩

          9. NarcAngel says:

            Glad to see you again. I thought you must be busy with the new job. Hope you are enjoying it and that you are safe and well.

          10. FoolMe1Time says:

            Yay NA!!
            So happy to hear from you! ( exclamation points just for old times sake! )

            I am very busy with my new job and loving almost every minute of it. ( Some times can be very sad. ) However I’m doing what I do best, caregiving!
            I always look for your comments when I am catching up on the blog for a few different reasons.

            To make sure you are safe and well!

            To get that dose of common sense and logic that I need from time to time.

            For those comments that make me laugh and can be delivered by no one else except you!

            Stay safe and well my Sista!
            Love you!! 😘💞

          11. theletterafterj says:

            Every single interaction, with a narcissist, is manipulation and the narcissist has no idea that he or she is manipulating. They are 100% normal and everyone else is the problem, including other narcissists.

            While I don’t think we should hold the disorder against them, we need to avoid them whenever possible and our ET and addiction can make that very difficult.

            From our POV, their behavior can seem crazy, like nearly jumping out of a car to assert control. Have you seen Trump lately? You can see how he reacts to a threat to his control during press briefings. He’s losin’ it, BUT he can’t see it. The media is having a field day with the briefings.

          12. HG Tudor says:

            His press briefing yesterday was an embarrassment for a supposed statesman although not surprising given what he is. The ‘greatest hits’ video reel was risible.

          13. theletterafterj says:

            Hahahaha…yes, it was. I told the children that, because of Trump, america may be the laughing stalk of the world. He has really gone to town during the pandemic. Lots of challenge fuel.

            He consistently mispronounces and repeats words like my mother.

            This is how my mother pronounces stability: stable-ba-bility and my mother is dumber than Trump. It’s ridiculous.

          14. FoolMe1Time says:

            I was wondering if you seen that briefing and what your take was on it? Do you think he will have a full blown melt down? Actually what really has me curious is how he would be acting when he is not in front of the cameras?

          15. HG Tudor says:

            He will act in a similar way off camera to on camera because his form of narcissism is so obvious that it does not hide itself, whether on or off camera. Thus, if somebody wounds or challenges (the female report who he called a disgrace issued challenge fuel) he will respond in a similar fashion regardless of it being filmed or not. He will not have a full blown melt down, he is well fuelled.

          16. FoolMe1Time says:

            Thank you HG. Have a wonderful time!

          17. FoolMe1Time says:

            He truly is embarrassing!

          18. Lorelei says:

            Foolme—I saw your surprised comment! I have my work situation under control. Much like the narcissists! I am working some expanded hours from home for meetings but that’s it.

          19. Kim e says:

            HG. Someone made Trump retract a bunch of the BS he spewed forth.
            Asshole that he is😩😩😩😩

          20. Lorelei says:

            K—I am not tolerating mistreatment from anyone for any reason. Mistreatment includes the more minor nuances used to exert control that just aren’t nice (but may be coated in sugar), or blatant malign behavior. The next step is eliminating the positive interactions and not “being ok” with people that are narcissists as “it’s ok” because I’m painted white for the day. Their disordered way of life exhausts me and shifting my allure to it is the challenge. None of them are “ok” because they can’t change and they don’t make exceptions. They manipulate each and every person.

          21. K says:

            Other than the occasional social interaction, I don’t waste any energy on them. Walk away. In a work situation, it can be tedious. Read/reread How to Reduce Giving Fuel to The Narcissist and listen to Why Grey Rock: Why It Does Not Work. I found those very helpful.



          22. Lorelei says:

            Thanks K. I just looked at one of the two. I’ll check the other one out. It’s impossible at work to avoid a few.. One woman actually told colleagues she put her daughter’s rabbit outside in the winter to freeze to death because she hated it. My best friend told me of this conversation and this is an example of how they slip up. She thought it was funny. She is a repulsive individual. I can’t imagine freezing an animal to death. My ex left a dying dog in the garage once too—on the cold floor. He was watching tv when I got home. It’s ok though, even Children Services, the doctor.. Everyone knows and not because I stirred up drama, but there was an inquiry where children services had to be engaged due to an unrelated issue that is a matter of routine. My son is on the spectrum and the PsyD really likes HG’s work. There is no need to point fingers but describing behavior and how they impact is generally sufficient—even at work.

          23. K says:

            My pleasure Lorelei
            The more you read, the less frustrated and angry you will be.

            That’s a good example of the blinding behaviour of the narcissist; I would never, ever put a pet outside to freeze to death and then act like it was funny. That’s awful, were you able to help the dog?

            Good to read that the PsyD likes HG’s work; it’s the best out there. It’s imperative that people recognize abuse (manipulations) when they see it. Work violence (lateral violence) is a huge issue, it’s unacceptable and we shouldn’t tolerate it.

          24. Lorelei says:

            K—it was really hard on me when that happened and looking back I just couldn’t understand how he left the dog there. I was baffled. I was already becoming worn down. The dog was a shih-tzu. I was training a German Shepherd for sport (so she was wound up a good bit for that type of sport/work) and she attacked the smaller dog when I was away that morning. My ex called me to come home. He later died at the emergency vet. I understand the total lack of empathy, and it is moments like this where it’s evident. It’s also moments like this that reflection of this allows the gravity to take hold. It’s about as real as it gets when you can watch tv with your family pet dying in the garage on a cold floor. And this is where my children are tonight. Interesting how more and more they complain about going. K—he’s been on the radar with the appropriate agency for several reasons and it goes back about 4 years. There is an awareness of his condition without me saying any diagnostic terms. Like I said, the PsyD is aware of his undiagnosed condition, and she had concerns going back. Some things aren’t necessary to get into of course. He’s not doing himself any favors—his behavior and associates are a reflection of poor choices. In fact, just last night my boss approached me to say how sorry to have known what I’d been dealing with. I never said but apparently they knew the depth of behavior and need to manage it. I didn’t ask how, it doesn’t matter. He is a very ill individual.

          25. Violetta says:

            DM Headline: “Trump called any governor who resisted his ‘total authority’ a mutineer: President threatened to withhold coronavirus aid”

            I voted Libertarian in ’16 because I didn’t care for either Hillary or Trump, but at this point, I’d vote Democrat even if the nominee were named Stalin McSchiklgruber.

          26. fox says:

            My mother is STILL a Trump supporter and I just can’t understand it. But then she also thinks the CDC is trying to poison us with ‘chemtrails’ and believes Obama is a lizard person, so I guess it’s to be expected. As you can imagine, we don’t talk much. *shrug

            I’m not a huge fan of the people the DNC keeps putting up for election either, Violetta, but I’d vote for a soiled diaper that’s been sitting in the sun for a week before I vote Trump.

        2. honestyrocks777 says:

          You had me think of mentioned a dying dog.. I remember nick talking about a dog he had. I guess he was on a tie out and there wa as a lightning storm. And the dog thing himself by being scared. At least that’s the story he told me.. 🙁 gosh …

      3. Kim e says:

        Me too. Love to just keep engaging cause of pride
        I think HG is in the process of kicking my pride down a peg. I’ll let you know

        1. K says:

          Kim e
          Hahahaha…please, do let me know. Pride is a killer; I love the fight even though I keep getting my ass handed to me.

    2. fox says:

      High five, fellow Paladin! Haha

      1. K says:

        Hello fox!
        Hahaha…right back atcha! Paladins rock!

  3. Ashley says:

    My result is the Risen Knight 🙂

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you for sharing Ashley.

    2. Renarde says:



      God this is fascinating!

      1. Ashley says:


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