Why Am I Behaving Like The Narcissist? Am I One?

 

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Why am I behaving like the narcissist?

This is a common question that I read and that I am asked.

It causes worry and anxiety, it also leads to holes occurring in the No Contact Regime because an empathic victim lays blame on themselves and then engages in remedial action which damages that all-important No Contact regime.

This material provides you with a pillar for your Logic Defences so that you understand what is happening and you start maintain theNo Contact regime.

This material addresses the following :-

Why am I behaving like the narcissist?

What is driving that behaviour?

Can I stop this behaviour and how does that happen?

Am I turning into a narcissist?

Is there such a thing as “narcissistic fleas”?

How the narcissist´s Campaign of Projection is involved

Does Emotional Thinking play a part and if so, how?

What should I look for to distinguish my behaviour from that of the narcissist?

Am I instinctively behaving like the narcissist and if so, why?

Am I consciously behaving like the narcissist and if so, why?

Is this behaviour towards the narcissist only or can it be demonstrated towards non-narcissists as well?

Delivered as an audio file through email, this material, as always explained using HG Tudor´s unique and effective lexicon, will enable you to understand more about your behaviour. Understanding is the key to achieving freedom and it is just as important to understand you as it is to understand the narcissist.

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4 thoughts on “Why Am I Behaving Like The Narcissist? Am I One?

  1. Fiddleress says:

    I found this material very helpful, I highly recommend it.

    I behaved like the narcissist the last time I saw him, and that was done on purpose. I suppose it would qualify as ‘threatened loss’, which he had used on me: instead of telling him this was the last time he’d ever see me, because I had no intention of letting him know I had made up my mind to escape (I really did during that last visit), I told him instead that I was planning to move abroad. That was my way of saying ‘so long’. Well, it appears that I failed, because he didn’t get the hint, but thought I was implying he should come along with me!

    I still have a question if I may, HG: I have at times been unpleasant to non-narcissists, and not on purpose. Can that sort of behaviour not necessarily involve high ET with a state of exhaustion, but can happen also when ET is not so high, and the reason behind it is external stressors such as bereavement (death of non-narcissists), or stress at work (not caused by narcissists)? Or does it more often than not involve high ET?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      The external stressor reduces emotional empathy resulting in narcissistic traits coming to the fore. Where the narcissist creates the external stressor, the reduction of EE is usually directed at the narcissist, i.e. Cliff Fightback. It may also result in such a response towards other people also. Where the external stressor is unrelated to the narcissist, the consequent behaviour that manifests from reduced EE may be directed more widely, i.e. non-narcissists end up on the receiving end of the victim´s behaviour.

      1. Fiddleress says:

        Thank you very much for explaining. Very helpful.

  2. Asp Emp says:

    “Is this behaviour towards the narcissist only or can it be demonstrated towards non-narcissists as well?”…. Hmm, an interesting question. In my experiences, I would honestly say, it’s aimed at people who are the narcissist’s “mates”, the people they have “brainwashed” about me – during the smearing campaigns. Yes, plural. There’s been many narcissists. A number of smearing campaigns. Now that I’ve had some education via KTN, I am more aware.

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