Revenge

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You will never secure revenge over a narcissist unless you understand how the narcissist thinks and behaves.

You will never secure revenge over a narcissist when you are blinded by emotional thinking.

When victims believe they have obtained revenge, they will invariably have fallen onto The Devil´s Pitchfork and failed. Avoid that fate, by reading the work of the expert.

Revenge is a dish best served by HG Tudor.

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  1. the one and only says:

    Last year I was entangled with a narcissist (I shall call him N). I was happily married for 20 years, but the last 3 years I had a lot of stress because of my daughter ‘s health issues. My husband and I knew N. from our sports club and we got along very well. Unfortunately, I ended up having an whirlwind affair with N. which I very much regret. The affair lasted for 5 months. Although N. was married himself and had a child, he manipulated me by blackmouthing my husband (he was extremely jealous of my husband) and pressing me to leave my husband and to choose for him. He wanted to spend the rest of his life with me, because he had never felt this love before, was determined we were soulmates etc ….
    I was extremely confused and brainwashed, but something stopped me from jumping. I knew something was not right, but I didn’t know what. After 5 months, my husband was informed by an unknown neighbour about the affair (of course a set up by N., but at that time, I didn’t realise it) N. thought this would finally end my marriage, but my husband and I decided to give our marriage another chance. At that time I also began to realise N. was a narcissist and I started reading HG Tudor ‘s books and informed my husband about all the “evidence”. N. made up more plans to ruin our marriage and although he nearly succeeded, the attempts failed. N. started to stalk me and planned a grand hoover. I nearly fell for it, but managed to escape again and implemented a full “no contact”. The stalking continued and last december I decided to go to the police. (apparently N. had a criminal record) The case is still ongoing and is being investigated by the public prosecutor. (N. nearly stalked the police by calling over and over again to inform about the case, so I guess he’s not comfortable with it)
    In january, N. made a final attempt to ruin my marriage by a voicemail message on my husband’s phone; informing him about some explicit details of our affair. Luckily my husband ignored him and didn’t respond, neither did I. So I guess it really pissed him of, not knowing what the result of his call was.
    It has been a stressful year, but I feel stronger now. 2 months ago, a follow up hoover occured, but it was not very extreme and easier to resist. I’m wondering if N. has been backed off because I went to the police?
    It has been 6 months since I went for “no contact” but I still feel tempted to take revenge on him. So I took some steps as described in the book “Revenge”
    I anonymously sent him some information about stairlifts, arranged someone to call for a hearing device, made some vacancy alerts for a dish washer or a garbage collector. And this week I sent him an application form to sign up for social housing. It feels childish to do and if someone did this to me I wouldn’t bother at all, but of course I’m not a narcissist. So maybe it might have some effect.
    Although these actions couldn’t be related to me, N. was tiggered again and started to follow my new, professional account on instagram. (I didn’t block him, because I want to let him see that I ‘m full of plans for the future and that I’m doing well.) So I guess, he knows that I was behind these actions? Maybe I should just let it go and stop seeking revenge, because I don’t want him to punish me for that again. Besides, I have my revenge by going no contact and I still hope the stalking case will turn out in my favour …

    1. HG Tudor says:

      If you would like specific answers on the detail provided in your situation, I would need more information and therefore recommend that you organise a consultation. I recommend that you also revisit your no contact regimen.

    2. Asp Emp says:

      The One And Only, “sent him some information about stairlifts” – this amused me, is this a ‘veiled’ threat in relation to broken legs? 😉

      Your words “sent him some information about stairlifts, arranged someone to call for a hearing device, made some vacancy alerts for a dish washer or a garbage collector. And this week I sent him an application form to sign up for social housing” – oh dearie me, this made me laugh, thank you.

      Your words “I still hope the stalking case will turn out in my favour” – I hope it does too.

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