HG Mauls the Upper Mid Range Narcissist


Upper Mid Range Narcissist

HG Tudor as The Ultra has no allegiance to other narcissists and for you this is a good thing.

You are about to be educated and entertained as HG Tudor takes each sub school of narcissist and gives them a compact mauling for their failings and their collective disgrace to the narcissist brethren!

HG has summoned the various groups of narcissists before him as he delivers this compact mauling about their shortcomings which result in his visceral disgust for them. This mauling will enable you to understand far more about the characteristics of the relevant sub school of narcissist which includes the following

1. Appearance

2. Overall approach to the control of others

3. The nature of dynamics with romantic partners, friends, family and colleagues.

4. Levels of awareness

5. Differing styles of behaviour and how this manifests

6. The weaknesses of these narcissists

7. The self-perception adopted by these narcissists

8. How they approach manipulations

and more.

This collection will enable you to understand far more about what each sub school looks like and how they behave which adds to your armoury of knowledge. Even better, it is delivered in the form of a mauling from HG Tudor so you can gain a vicarious pleasure from his verbal volleys without any risk to you. Utilise this unrivalled information to understand the Upper Mid Range Narcissist to build your logic defences, to ensure you stay one step ahead of the narcissist and be entertained also.

HG Mauls the Upper Mid-Range Narcissist

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11 thoughts on “HG Mauls the Upper Mid Range Narcissist

  1. Wendy says:

    Av, Yw and thank you. The games were always on with my mom also. She loved pitting all of my sibling’s against each other. She even did this with her two sisters.

    It is enough that you are there. She is very lucky to have you there for her in any manner. It’s a shame so many people live in messed up situations as children and in adulthood. I’m sorry for the abuse you suffered at the hands of your mother. I’m glad you’re here and are healing. I want that for myself as well.

    1. A Victor says:

      Thank you Wendy, I want that for both you and I also. And you’re right, she is lucky to have me here at any level, so her games to demean and make me look bad are even more out of line than I realized. Thank you, my tolerance of such just dropped to zero. I had literally been thinking, well, I don’t interact with her so I guess she’s entitled to tell people so, or whatever, it’s never that clean cut of course. But no, she should be happy in here at all and not be using things I do or don’t do to try to manipulate people and situations. Thank you! Eye opening comment for me!

  2. Bubbles says:

    Dearest A Victor,
    My mum referring to her grandkids ……… “who?” “who are they and what are their names ?”
    (Couldn’t give a rats about them, never has)

    Battles are bad enough, let alone sweating it uphill, turns into a very heavy load indeed ……. stuff that.
    Hopefully, one day they will understand why and move on, it’s all one can do.
    It is what it is unfortunately……sadly, narcissism affects everyone in the family
    I truly empathise AV
    Luv Bubbles xx 😘

    1. A Victor says:

      Thank you Bubbles. 💕

  3. leelasfuelstinks says:

    And this is my parent! 🤦‍♀️

  4. A Victor says:

    I can just listen to this and reminisce about my dad…

    My oldest and second oldest have been talking, they don’t think I could possibly have so many narcissists in my life…until I remind them how he could be, then they’re like, okay. But, they still can’t accept that Grandma doesn’t love them. It’s an uphill battle to get people to understand sometimes.

    1. WhoCares says:


      “My oldest and second oldest have been talking, they don’t think I could possibly have so many narcissists in my life”

      I so commiserate with this comment. I have stopped identifying, to others, the narcissists that have been in my life. The truth that they congregate around empaths is difficult to accept – unless you have been educated here and have identified them yourself.

      “But, they still can’t accept that Grandma doesn’t love them. It’s an uphill battle to get people to understand sometimes.”

      Another tough topic. I won’t enjoy this future topic with my son. I have never discussed it with him (he’s too young) but he has questioned his father’s “love” for him in visitation notes. So, I am certain he will figure it all out one day.

      1. A Victor says:

        Exactly, my kids can all see it clearly with their dad, who walked away and never looked back. He clearly didn’t/doesn’t love them. But Grandma is more difficult, my son and Thurs daughter do see it, especially my son. But the older two, even the oldest with her husband who I believe is a narcissist, they are the ones in denial. And now she’s moved to trying to get sympathy and money (!) from them and vanity me in the process. I told my daughter not to give her any more money, she doesn’t “need” it, sure doesn’t manage it will is the problem. I couldn’t believe my daughter had given her cash, and that my mother had taken it!! It’s horrible, her games. It literally makes me want to cry when I think about it. She has hurt me much of my life and continues to do so. I look forward to the day I either put her in a home or she’s gone. Sand I don’t even feel guilty for feeling that way. Okay, a little guilty. Ugh.

        1. A Victor says:

          Oh dear…third***daughter

          Bad-mouth*** me, not vanity

          Note to self, proof-read before sending…

          Sorry HG!!

          1. Wendy says:

            AV, I totally understand how you feel and honestly you should not feel guilty. Why? Why should you feel anything but hurt and contempt for someone who has done nothing but abuse you! My stepfather was very abusive to me and I hold my mother accountable because she knew what was happening and either was in denial or just didn’t have the guts to stand up to the pervert! She never gave love or affection to me or my siblings. She had a miserable life and we suffered for her bad choices. My so called step father was most definitely a lesser narcissist with mental issues.

            Now, looking back I think my mother could have been a victim narcissist or either had an extreme high level of narcissistic traits. All I know is that at the end of her life when she became weak and sick I was there for her but mostly because none of my other siblings would do a thing for her. I understand why!

            The sadness I felt when she died was based solely on my empathy for her life that was so distressed and miserable. I felt relieved that she was now out of pain and misery. Don’t feel guilty for feeling the way you do. It’s your right and it’s not wrong! Hugs 🤗 💕

          2. A Victor says:

            Thank you Wendy. I’m sorry you had an abusive situation growing up also. My siblings hated my dad even more than my mom more because he didn’t stop her. I saw it differently, she shouldn’t have needed stopping, and she was very good at keeping it under wraps. I hate the games she continues to play. They will not take care of her, they want nothing to do with her. So, I will let go of the guilt, I am here, that’s enough, more than enough, to help when she actually needs it. But…so many games…

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