One of the most fundamental questions that must be answered is
“Is he or she a narcissist?”
You need to detect the narcissist and who better to do so on your behalf than me, with my extensive and unrivalled expertise.
Whether it is your husband, girlfriend, boss, brother, neighbour or best friend, ascertaining whether this person is a narcissist (or not) is crucial with regard to putting your mind at ease, formulating a plan to deal with the manipulations of the narcissist and to enabling you to secure freedom.
Knowing if the relevant person is a narcissist is the foundation stone of achieving understanding and freedom.
Submit to me information about the individual as per the guidance sheet which is provided once the consultation is booked and engage my narcissist detection expertise to confirm whether the person is a narcissist and if so, their school and cadre. This will bring you reassurance, insight and assistance in knowing what you are dealing with.
1. Effect payment.
2. You will be e-mailed a common sense protocol governing the terms of the consultation.
3. You will be e-mailed a guidance sheet assisting you with the type of information you should provide to maximise the accuracy of my assessment.
4. You then submit upto 1200 words. If you exceed this then please purchase additional words at US $ 40 per 500 words, you may purchase as many additional bundles as you require.
5. I will provide an audio file confirming whether the individual is a narcissist and if so, explaining why along with detail as to their school and cadre. This will be provided within 96 hours of submission of your information.
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4 thoughts on “Narc Detector”
I hope you don’t mind me replying to your post even if it’s intended for HG.
I know quite a few women (and couples) personally who had children where I just assumed they conceived naturally but it turned out had used IVF and just not said anything at the time. And of course why would they have said it, it’s no-one else’s business. I’d never dream of asking a woman if she used IVF – it’d be her choice to make it known or not. Not because it’s shameful in any way – it’s just private. How people make their babies has little bearing on the pregnancy or the child’s birth or life. IVF is a medical procedure to help a body problem, like all medical procedures are. It’s straightforward in very few cases, too, so it takes an emotional toll. Anyone who has undertaken IVF has my support and my respect.
Surrogacy obviously is harder to keep private but it still is the business of the families involved and no one else. It remains incredibly rare for surrogates to be used and women who manage to access it normally don’t hide that they are doing so. The vast majority of women who use this option do so because it’s their last resort after having repeated failures to conceive or carry the pregnancies past the initial weeks. It usually follows years of frustration and disappointment. I think being prepared to accept using a surrogate is also something to respect women for and, in my opinion, they deserve support in that they’ve found themselves in a position where they need to take such a complicated path to becoming a parent.
When I first saw HW after Archie’s birth she looked like every new mother I’ve seen who’s carried and given birth, She was still carrying her baby weight, all over, and looked very different to how she usually appears. I saw a similar change in her with her second pregnancy. It would have never entered my mind she didn’t experience her pregnancies. I know it’s a story that’s running through media channels but not only do I find it kind of disrespectful to see women’s choices or paths to motherhood discussed disrespectfully it just seems so unlikely to me that she’s not carried her children.
Even if the media perpetuates these dramatic narratives I do wish women would be generally more supportive of one another in the baby producing area. Women really are all in this (potentially having babies) together. Having them, not having them, having them quickly, having them spaced apart, using IVF, using another method to overcome complications or obstacles because they want children. It’s all such a uniting factor for us. We should stick together.
HG – why do you erlways splutter before mentioning HW’s age? I sense that you KNOW what it actually is. Do you think that their children were born from IVF, surrogacy or were naturally conceived?
I cough, I do not splutter.
Vicky, if you search in the playlist of Harry’s wife video series that HG has compiled, you will see a video in there with a number 44 and the video is interesting too 🙂