The Virtues of Keeping Your Mouth Shut

One of the most effective tools you can deploy against the narcissist is understanding the virtues of keeping your mouth shut.

This Logic Bulletin arms you with information for just US $ 19.99, for a comprehensive explanation as to why adopting these virtues is very much advantageous for you.

The Logic Bulletin covers

  • Why empathic victims fail ordinarily to remain quiet
  • What causes empathic victims to open their mouths
  • A series of methods by which silence should be adopted
  • The impact of keeping your mouth shut on the narcissist
  • The impact of adopting the virtues on your No Contact regime
  • The positive impacts for you by adopting the virtues
  • The negative impacts which arise if you fail to utilise the virtues
  • The relationship between the virtues and the narcissist smearing you
  • The relationship between the virtues and your successful harnessing of help against the narcissist
  • What the virtues are, how to recognise them and where you should deploy them

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4 thoughts on “The Virtues of Keeping Your Mouth Shut

  1. Gypsy Heart says:

    Thank you both for the support. Sorry I don’t comment often, and am bad about going back and finding the threads I commented on. I have been busy going through the material. Dealing with racing thoughts, you know the whole bit. I’ve actually had a lot of insight into my situation thanks to HG’s literature. I realized that all the anger and emotion that I was feeling was really something more deep seated. He represented all the memories of abuse at the hands of my father, that I had locked away. I have been having flashbacks. I guess I unwittingly ended up using him as a scapegoat at the height of emotion. I don’t even have enough evidence to know that he is a narcissist, even though there seems to be red flags. All I know is I don’t need to be wasting time and emotions on him, he’s really not the issue.

    The insights HG has provided on CPTSD and the psychopathy aspect have helped me the most. I am realizing now that the behaviors I am remembering that my dad exibited probably lean more towards psychopathy. I don’t see a detector for that so I guess that means a consultation. I’m not anywhere ready for that yet. My mom was definately co-dependent. She did have a lot of co-dependent literature from the safehouses she had visited. She was a shell of a woman. They have both been deceased for quite some time but the collateral damage they left behind still haunts me and that is why I am here. I have had questions from a very early age.

    I have been pouring through the literature. It takes me longer to contemplate and get there than it does most, but I eventually do. It has been that way for everything I do. I don’t like pitty, I don’t like to be helped. It was ingrained in me not to show weakness. I have become very self reliant. My earliest memory of this was in a swimming class when I was 5. I watched all the kids jump in the deep end and the instructor would catch them and help them doggie paddle back to the ladder. They kept asking me to jump and I would shake my head no. When they had all made their way back to the shallow end and nobody was looking I jumped in and doggie paddled back all by myself. By then the instuctor came over and pulled me out.
    It takes all my courage to even reach out on this blog.

  2. Gypsy Heart says:

    I just got this one HG. I contemplated this one the day you posted but I am stubborn and I didn’t want to keep my mouth shut. Now I’ve opened a can of worms and he loves the negative fuel. He stands all tall and confident at the end of the line with a cheshire grinn from ear to ear. This is my biggest problem. My mouth gets me into trouble when I’ve had enough. I’ve opened up all my social media and he is having a hayday with my playlists. Yes I know, I am your worst student ever and I keep thinking what if I’m the narcissist and I don’t even know it. Would you tell us HG if we were? Have you ever had someone request an empath detector and had to say uhh hmm, we are going to have to do a narc detector on you. The only way I’m going to keep my mouth shut Monday is if I put a sock in it. I think I’ll need to tape down my middle finger too.

    1. Truthseeker6157 says:

      Gypsy Heart,

      You aren’t a narcissist. You wouldn’t be worrying about it if you were. It might be useful and comforting for you to take the EDC though, so you can discover what kind of empath you are. Once you know, you’ll understand more about why you behave the way you do. You’ll see the positive side of your personality, because really, it’s only the narcs that bring out our negative side.

      You lost your temper, kicked off, went on a rant and he lapped it all up. Good for him. Climb back on the waggon. Do it today. Close your social media, ignore the hoovers that will arrive by text by phone or even by foot, close him down. He got his fuel and now he’s causing havoc, he’ll need more soon, he won’t be getting it from you.

      Your ET will be skyrocketing and it will be incredibly hard for you to see the logic behind keeping your mouth shut, but it is the right way. Silence, it’ll drive him mad that he can’t get a response. In the meantime, your ET will begin to fall through this silence, you’ll gradually feel the anger and frustration subside and you’ll feel more in control of yourself. Your emotional empathy has been eroded, that’s all. Your narcissistic traits have stepped forward to protect you. You feel like him, you might sound like him, but you aren’t him. Go silent, and slowly those narcy traits will fall back into the background, your empathic traits will take back control and you’ll feel more like yourself.

      Do it! Follow exactly what HG tells you to do in this package, it’s a double whammy, the narcissist feels worse and you feel better. There’s your win!


    2. Duchessbea says:

      Gypsy Heart, remember who you are, first and foremost. Forget about the narc. Not worth it. Be true to who you are, be easy on yourself. Learn to love yourself first, and forget about the people in your life who are takers, and forget about the time wasters. Give to yourself first. Be your own best friend. Work hard on accepting that you are an Empath if you are, and not a narc. Stop hanging out with narcs and find who you, yourself is again. Nobody can do it for you, you have to do this for yourself. HG’s most valuable piece of advice is ‘when you know you go’ and ‘get out, stay out’. HG is the best teacher you will ever have and it is up to you to pay attention to what he says, learn from it, and apply it appropriately to you. HG will not give you any sympathy, and if you are looking for it from him, you won’t get it. We all on this blog, will give you advice and sympathy, but HG says it like it is, for your betterment.

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