Why Am I Behaving Like The Narcissist

 

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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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2 thoughts on “Why Am I Behaving Like The Narcissist

  1. Asp Emp says:

    Do I have to answer the question? Am I one? No.

    I am me, a paradox of complexity, one never knows what I will say next, or do next. I am like this outside my ‘sanctuary’, outside my ‘comfort zone’.

    There are some occasions or periods on someone’s life where they may be experiencing difficulties that are unrelated to narcissism / narcissists. These difficulties may be causing some stress on the individual in question, it could be a concern that is not within their control.

    This could also cause ‘erosion’ of empathy, or reduced emotional empathy and affect the logical thinking to a degree. This is without being under the ‘influence’ of narcissism (ie not currently under the ‘ensnarement’ of a narcissist). Yet, when someone is under ‘ensnarement’ of a narcissist (or a number of narcissists, ie at work) – the emotional and logical thinking would be magnified and if it is not recognised by people who do not know about narcissism or victims of abuse – leading to assumptions that the person who is experiencing these ‘difficulties’ is being ‘negative’. There may be other people who may assume that the individual may be a narcissist.

    The behaviours could come across as similar to those who are narcissists.

  2. SParham says:

    I have this in my library. It is most helpful. I’m such a smartass, I halfway thought that I’d turn out to be a narcissist on the detector test. Most of the time it’s very light hearted for fun and playing. Occasionally it’s a tit for tat response to a boundary breaking narcissist, I’m comfortable feeling happy and peaceful, maybe that is why I am forgotten and underestimated. Now I understand that the type of narcissist’ I have and do deal with are programmed to bring out the worst in me. I got that damn geyser in me that loves to pump fuel and entertain a narcissist. Good or bad.
    HG my brain is flipped and you’re to blame! 🤪🤣

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