Nothing´s Impossible : Preventative Hoover


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4 thoughts on “Nothing´s Impossible : Preventative Hoover

  1. A Victor says:

    Is it typical to go through a phase of just being pissed off by these articles that disclose the abuse? I’ve read them all before but this time around they’re just making me angry. And sick. At narcissists in general, at HG for doing these things, at “my” narcissists. Sorry HG, I believe you know it is only temporary at you, I appreciate you sharing but not lately, lately I don’t want to think it. It is like these things are starting to hit home, that these abuses happen, that they all do them in some form or another. I don’t know what is happening. I hope this dies back down, I don’t even want to read these anymore.

    1. Bubbles says:

      Dearest A Victor,
      I believe this is a natural progress of what I interpret as stepping ‘outside the box’ looking in. Surprise shock horror !

      It really is ‘abuse’ and it eventually sickens our gut to the very core
      How did this happen, why did we put up with it, what could we have done to stop it ?
      This insidious conditioning!

      Sooooo many questions we really do not need to flagellate or anger ourselves over …….ever!

      We can’t fix what is permanently broken, we need to recognise it, acknowledge it, understand it, then move on ….
      as sickening as it is.

      It’s moments like this, when one pours a glass of wine or or indulges in some chocolate ….. ahhhhhhhh see much better 🍫🥂cheers gorgeous

      Your metamorphosis is showing
      Luv Bubbles xx 😘

      1. A Victor says:

        Aw Bubbles, thank you! You always say the right things. This is exactly what’s happening, I’m happy for it generally. I will try to stop getting worked up over the questions…:) It is interesting how our it comes in layers though, our understanding, I suppose we couldn’t accept it if it happened too quickly.

        “…what is permanently broken…” being the narcissist? Our relationship with them? I suppose both. It is sickening. Yes, the conditioning, not even knowing that much of their behavior toward me was abuse, it is difficult to accept.

        Lol, my son bought me a bag of dark chocolate last week, it’s amazing how that can help!!

        “Your metamorphosis is showing” 😘💖

        Thank you sweet Bubbles!!

        1. Bubbles says:

          Dearest A Victor,
          Haha thank you gorgeous….not too sure about that, I have been known on many occasion to put my big foot in it, however thank you so much lovely one, you’re such a sweetie 😊
          ‘We can’t fix what is permanently broken’ ……yes, I was referring to narcs!
          At least we can be stitched back together and healed somewhat, but are left with permanent reminder scars

          I think it’s necessary, essential and normal to go thru the roller coaster of emotions when reading Mr Tudor’s works ……it’s all part of the healing process, can be very cathartic for us really … the right context that is

          The best part has been this blog … to be able to ‘journey’ and relate with others is critical and vital.
          It’s unfortunate his frequent ‘absence’ of late leaves one with somewhat disjointed continuity

          How sweet your son bought you dark chocolate (my favourite)….so thoughtful!
          Better keep them on standby AV 😂
          Luv Bubbles xx 😘

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