Fear and the Empathic Victim

FEAR AND THE EMPATHIC VICTIM

It is time to stop being frightened.

Fear is often and frequently experienced by the empathic victim of the narcissist.

Why does this happen?

What causes it?

What purpose does it serve, if any?

What does this fear cause?

Most importantly of all, how can you tackle it and remove it?

HG Tudor uses his understanding and expertise to answer all of these questions and more in this extremely helpful and enlightening logic bulletin.

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2 thoughts on “Fear and the Empathic Victim

  1. Joa says:

    Fear doesn’t work on me. It has the opposite effect. It activates me.

    I remember too well the fear, the open eyes, the crouching and shaking my whole body, when I was a child.

    Yes, sometimes I still have an unconditional reflex and I tilt my body when you suddenly wave your hand, but right away I’ll raise my head and stand in front of you.

    Now, even when I am scared – I will NEVER show it to you! I will mock you and provoke you. You can choke me with both hands or slowly stab me in my stomach, and I will still look you straight in the eye with a mocking smile.

    You will see neither fear nor hatred. You will not see!

    I know very well, how to deal with those, who scare me. Quick and short. They are constantly trying, at work, in the family, in their place of residence, N2.

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    I can only be afraid for others. Not for myself, because I will always manage… or die.

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    Be good to me, I will repay you with 100 times greater kindness. Not otherwise. There is no other way.

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    Don’t try to scare me or you’ll regret it.

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    I am an oasis of peace, yet I still have so much aggression… I feel it so much now.

  2. WhoCares says:

    Ah! My favourite.

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