Ask HG Episode 6 Part 3

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14 thoughts on “Ask HG Episode 6 Part 3

  1. dharamyudhsociety says:

    And the answer to my last question was in ask HG episode 6 part 5. Thank you.

  2. dharamyudhsociety says:

    HG, I continue to immerse myself in your wisdom. Doing wonders for me. Just remembered that 50% off the knowledge vault in February. Thank your for that. I most definitely need to get the course for protecting children and it got me thinking of you.

    I believe you say that it takes both the genetic predisposition, and the lack of control environment to make a narcissist. And I understand you were born a psychopath. And I agree, for the record, that you are, exactly as you are, and that it makes you undeniably effective and wise regarding not only this aspect of human nature but the world. In ways I’ve been quite blind. Thank you again.

    I believe you also say, that with intercession, from birth and especially before nine years old that the narcicissm could form, or not.

    The question I have is, despite the abuse you were subject to, do you have memories, or feelings, or a concept of what it was like before the narcicissm set in? Or as a psychopath was the narcicissm already activated from the get go?

    In the event psycopathy comes with the narcicissm built in, and you did not have that phase could you perhaps still enlighten us as to what it would be like for a non psycopath to develop narcicissm? How would they relate to their pre-narcicisst self?

  3. Joa says:


    I watched 5 parts on YT in one breath. Leaving the things I had to do. It’s good that I managed to dye my hair before noon 😊

    Bright and transparent. Short and concise. Light and fun (I laughed several times). With the mischievous pins I like so much (bad Joa 😊) where they should be. Getting closer by interacting with people.
    Knowledge given in an easy and understandable way.

    Some very interesting points. Thank you.

    At the same time, I hope that none of my goofy questions, that happen to me sometimes, will get under the HG microscope 😊


    And by the way: HG thank you for the film about Münchhausen’s syndrome. I’ve never heard of it before. I watched this material on YT yesterday and read a lot after that. This explained a lot to me, as a person who spent half of her childhood visiting doctors, hospitals and sanatoriums (always believing that I am healthy!). Maybe someday I will describe this paranoia and how it evolves in old age, when the point of reference is shifted.

    I’m surprised I’ve never heard of this before. I have looked for answers so many times. Thank you.

    1. Asp Emp says:

      Joa, I agree with your views on HG’s video in relation to narcissists and Münchhausen’s syndrome. I found that very interesting too. I am sorry to read that you had the experience of being put in such a position. Such is the impact of ‘conditioning’ on a child to the point they are ‘trained’ to think so differently. I have seen the impact of this ‘affect’ on two separate people and I observed the continuance of such ‘conditioning’ which came directly from their mothers (who I knew). It saddened me a number of years ago to see how much influence the son was under and I recall asking the question out loud when I talked with a couple of professionals about it. I was also angry with the mother. I suggested that the son would have had a lot of independence had he not been ‘influenced’.

      The mother is the type of person to also talk a lot but not really put much into society yet at the same time, more than happy to use (and abuse) the social system for financial gain. I have seen a third, male parent do similar with his adult daughter.

      What I find very interesting is that, even at that time, I was and I had the ability to see this ‘conditioning’ on other people but did not quite put the same ‘connection’ to my own ‘conditioning’. I was logically angry for those I saw this ‘conditioning’, saddened at the same time – for the right reasons but did not apply the same ‘logical thinking’ to my own experiences. Such is the power of screwed up and fkd up “trained” emotional thinking that it blinds to how one’s own image in the mirror that ends up so flawed.

      Thank you for sharing your experiences on this, I appreciate reading about it.

  4. MB says:

    Thank you for addressing my question HG. I also ♥️ the unicorn on the shield in the photo. Nice touch!

    1. WhoCares says:


      I really appreciated your question on the potential of one’s child being/becoming a narcissist – and HG’s answer.

      1. MB says:

        I truly was asking for a friend. My sister. She lives in hell due to her 11 year old daughter and I find it unfair that she is forced to remain in the situation for six more years. Having the title and blood of daughter doesn’t make her one. She says and does the most horrible things to her mother. (And is an all around unpleasant human being to everybody else.)
        Her estranged narc father makes it worse. When my sister removes herself from abusive situations, the daughter cries to her father for fuel and smearing about how her mother is being awful and then it becomes both of them against my sister. I really don’t know what I’d do if I were in her situation. It gets worse the older she gets. Girls’ home? Witness protection? It’s an impossible situation. My sister has become numb to it and I have told her in all seriousness that she should lock her bedroom door at night.

        1. WhoCares says:


          Thank-you for sharing that. 💙 I really feel for you and your friend. I also have a friend whom I believe is in similar circumstances. Her one son has been seriously abusive and violent (involving police/hospital stays/psychiatrists). He seems better lately but her health and ability to cope is severely impacted. She and her younger son have often been on the receiving end of the violent outbursts.
          I totally get the recommendation to lock the bedroom door at night (my friend has had to do safety planning as a consequence of her son’s patterns of behaviour). Her son has formally received ODD/ADHD diagnoses, and she believes it is due to trauma (which can be, at core, true for a narcissist or developing narcissist) but I can’t help but see the flags in his pattern of behaviour – and it isn’t just hearing the stories. I have child-minded for her.
          It is hard to watch and be there for her – to know how to help. So I really get how you feel troubled for your friend.

        2. NarcAngel says:

          Hi MB

          Horrible for your sister to experience and tough for you to witness. If the daughter is a narcissist, six more years only has the potential to ease the proximate living situation legally for your sister. It will not help emotionally now or then and that is the travesty in these situations. I truly feel for you both.

        3. Asp Emp says:

          MB, thank you for sharing what I can see is a very difficult situation. I am glad you are doing what you can to help your sister. I hope there are ways of navigating around this.

          I really liked WhoCares response to your comment.

    2. WhoCares says:

      The unicorn IS a nice touch.

      HG – is the particular heraldry, in the images accompanying the Ask HG Part 6 videos, chosen as clues for KHG?

      1. HG Tudor says:


        1. WhoCares says:

          Thank-you for your answer, HG.

  5. Asp Emp says:

    I like the image on this one, HG.

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