Are you or is somebody you know chained to the narcissist?

Are you a co-dependent? What does this mean?

How did you become this way? How does the narcissist know what you are?

How does the narcissist exploit this condition and how might you escape him?

These questions and more are posed and answered in this fascinating book. Delivered direct from the dark-hearted master, the narcissist provides his unique observations on those who are co-dependent and find themselves chained to the narcissist.

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16 thoughts on “Chained

  1. A Victor says:

    Just began reading this, it’s making me queasy as I can identify my daughter here a lot. It’s going to be a slow read, as I can handle it. I believe my daughter’s grandmother was co-dependent to her husband but there was so little interaction I hoped my daughter hadn’t learned this. But now, seeing how her marriage functions, I am concerned. I once said I thought codependents were very strong. I still believe this is true, as far as handling abuse goes, but at that time I didn’t understand the need they have for the abuse. This aspect puts a whole new light on it. I am heartbroken to think my daughter may be in this situation, not understanding her own worth and wondering what I might have done to make her think this way. I will keep talking with her, as she allows, about things I am learning here.

  2. A382 says:

    This book changed my life. Thank you so much for writing it HG. Best book ever! xx

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Good to know, thank you.

  3. leelasfuelstinks says:

    But besides those highly interesting facts in the book – I know one thing for sure: co-dependent customers are a LIVING NIGHTMARE!!! 😉 😀

  4. leelasfuelstinks says:

    Oh this is super mega interesting!

    H.G., the Super Empath was also brought up this way. How did we become Super Emps? Did our development into your kind somehow stop half-way?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It is a different progression for how the super empath arose. I will be detailing this in future work.

      1. leelasfuelstinks says:

        OH YES PLEASE!!!!

  5. A Victor says:

    I’ve been wondering how the narcissists know what we are, is it upon seeing is that they don’t know but are hopeful and then get confirmation by watching us? Or is it that they see something in us from the outset, some sign or tell, right away and then only need to assess if we’re going to work for their specific school and cadre? Is it something we can change it hide? I will now but this book and, hopefully, find out.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      See “Sitting Target”.

      1. A Victor says:

        Ok, thank you. I read that one very early on but will read it now, again, that I have more knowledge overall.

  6. leelasfuelstinks says:

    Sounds interesting, even though I´m not a co-dependent. Could be interesting anyway.

    Is that book also for other empaths, who are not co-dependent, H.G.?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Yes as there is plenty to learn about which will aid your understanding generally.

      1. leelasfuelstinks says:

        Can´t resist 😉 I´m curious 😉

        1. Whitney says:

          Anyone interested in human nature or human psychology should read this book. It’s extremely interesting. It helps me understand people. It changed my world after I first read it 2 years ago 😊

          1. leelasfuelstinks says:

            Just about to read it. Really super-interesting! Especially because I could not understand people who don´t leave the narc even though they mistreat them badly. Now I get a great insight why some individuals do not just go but stay with their narcs instead.

      2. BC30 says:

        Hmm, the IPPS is likely a CD (as you have said, HG). This will be good to bear in mind when the time comes.

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