Wounding : How Badly Did I Wound the Narcissist?

Many people do not understand about wounding the narcissist and moreover they do not understand how there are different depths of wounding that can be caused. HG Tudor explains how this happens, how the depth of wounding occurs and how you can understand how this is established with useful examples.

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7 thoughts on “Wounding : How Badly Did I Wound the Narcissist?

  1. Whitney says:

    HG, the empath knows what would hurt someone. But the empath wouldn’t say it or do it. Because it would hurt the empath too.

    1. Asp Emp says:

      I liked what you said because it shows that I am not necessarily the only who also thinks like that – after learning about narcissism & able to see things differently.

  2. NarcAngel says:

    Great listen.

    Another concept essential to understanding. Easy for empaths to be mistaken due to the different perspective of what would constitute wounding (what would wound us). It seems counterintuitive to us that being NON-responsive allows us to achieve our aim when that is actually the most effective. Kicking ass and taking names is only giving them the fuel they desire and is an automatic fail in affecting the narcissist in the way we desire. Fuel and Finally Understanding Wounding absolutely aid in the understanding of this.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you NA.

  3. Caity says:

    The difference between wounding and challenging is so clear to me after reading so many of your works, HG, it has been an epiphany. The reactions were just as you said, in other articles and explained so fully why he did or said what he did or said.

    This audio is again, perfect. Thank you.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome.

  4. Asp Emp says:

    Eeerrrrmmmm, I plead the Fifth.

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