Knowing the Narcissist : 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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One thought on “Knowing the Narcissist : Fear and the Empathic Victim

  1. WiserNow says:

    When contemplating my own thoughts about fear, I don’t feel fear in the sense of feeling ‘fright’ or ‘panic’.

    Rather than feeling ‘fear’ in the usual sense of the word, I want to avoid the consequences of what I can see is likely to happen. I want to stop things from going pear-shaped in the future.

    I consider how a situation is likely to evolve and ‘devolve’ if nothing is done to turn things around or to keep things from getting worse.

    It’s foreboding and apprehension – forms of ‘fear’ that are rational and relatively far-sighted rather than emotional and momentary.

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