Welcome to Knowing the Narcissist.

I am H G Tudor. I am a narcissistic sociopath (some state psychopath – this remains a matter of debate by the profession concerning the current application of sociopath or psychopath).

By my terminology I am a Greater Elite Narcissist. You will learn here what that means along with all about the other types of narcissists and empaths too.

I convey this is an effective manner based on my perspective. I know what I am and I know the best way to communicate this to you. I am a very effective communicator.

I write extensively about what this means and what I am. I have practised this dark art for many years, I have honed and crafted my abilities. I am aware of what I am and I am engaged in understanding why I am this way and why I act as I do. I am sharing these ongoing revelations.

I know my kind in considerable detail. I have several family members who are narcissists and have engaged with numerous in my life. I know the way my kind think, why we act as we do, say what we say and so much more. I understand why we target our victims and how we go about it. I comprehend why our victims think and act as they do. I have had many, watched many and listened to many. This allows me to build a formidable body of knowledge about not only my kind, but the people we engage with.

I am currently engaged in treatment which has been forced upon me. As part of this treatment and because I enjoy writing, I have been encouraged to share my knowledge. This is to engender a greater awareness of what I am on my part and also to allow the world an unrivalled view of the mind and actions of a narcissistic sociopath.

I do this because I like to write. I like to interact with people. I want to be the number one source for the reality of how my kind think and behave. I also find the weaponising of empaths and having them go into battle with my kind entirely in accordance with my worldview.

I do not do this for fuel. I do gain some fuel from the comments but since those who comment are tertiary sources (see the book Fuel for more) it is not significant. I gain far more fuel in my interactions in my private life.

I am direct. I do not speak in scientific terms. I welcome enquiring minds and those who want answers. I will give them to you. You will not gain understanding like this from anywhere else. I encourage you to read my articles and extensive collection of books which can be found on Amazon. I encourage you to contribute, ask questions and offer your own views. I read everything that is submitted to me and answer all questions, thus if your post does not appear straight away, please understand that it is in moderation and is either receiving or awaiting my attention.

The number of comments and hits are testament to the need for my knowledge and the huge usefulness many people have found from it. You will too.

Welcome on board. You will now Know the Narcissist.

HG Tudor




940 thoughts on “About”

  1. I have been able to identify myself as a supernova empath, from your work which I appreciate, so thank you very much for sharing your understanding and knowledge. I’m happy to keep the dark part, I’ve used it in order to survive and escape from a lesser and a mid range, and also one who probably would have loved to have been identified as a grand or greater.. I’m a medium and also do shamanic work, and I have seen, sensed and felt dark energies in and around the narcissists I had relationships with prior to working them out intellectually or with observation of behaviour. You would think that, that might have put me off, but then, the empathetic/shamanic nature kicks in and of course you fall into wanting to help. Hopefully never again haha. I do have a question if it’s okay. I wonder if you sense us in the same way. Do you feel some kind of energetic draw, whereby that physical draw comes before you have worked us out? So are you pulled physically to us in your body or via any other senses? I don’t mean sexual attraction but something instinctual/imtuitive. Do you see any kind of light. Do you feel any vibrating energy within, or do you go by careful observation and interaction with us, drawing on your intellect? Many thanks.

  2. I’m not HG, and you are not a Narcissist! You may have tendencies like the rest of us. Who doesn’t appreciate a good angled selfie? If HG has taught me anything at all, it would be the fact that all Narcs are void in feeling any emotion. Simply by the way you expressed yourself, I can sense you are more empathic that you may realize.

  3. Hi HG,

    I’m worried that I’m a narc, I find it next to impossible to cry, I feel I have next to no empathy and it really gets me down when I ask myself if I’m a narc.. I’m a 22 year old male and have not had a good cry since I was about 16.

    Thank you HG

  4. Hello HG, Although extreme logic and efficiency make you so very good at what you do, surely being human and therefore not infallible there must have been a moment where you felt SOMETHING ~ a twinge of remorse, compassion, regret or to some extent or even love.

  5. Thank you so much for your honesty and transparency. I always encourage this from my clients. I have a book I just wrote that I would really love for you to read. It will be out next week. It’s about a woman who was hit with narcissistic abuse, but when she went through a thorough self-analysis( shows how to conduct the self-analysis) she realized she was a Narcissist. Some people play the victim and blaming game, when in fact many attract what they are and dont even realize it. Love and admiration to you.

  6. Hello HG,

    I found your site just recently. Very informative and beautifully written…thank you. My apologies if you’ve already answered this. I’ve read through most of the site but not your books yet. I understand you feel your narcissism was brought on by genetics and upbringing. Can you remember a time when you ever felt empathy? Maybe when you were a very small child? Or have you been like this as long as you can remember? I suppose my question is trying to help me figure out if empathy is something you’ve always been lacking or something you once had that has been deeply buried inside you or killed off altogether.

    Thank you for your time,

  7. Hello Hg.Does a narcissist ever feel bad inside,about his condition or his behaviour towards others.I don’t mean faking it to gain attention.

      1. However I doubt your answer.Now I think you can not answer this correctly because you are a combination of narcissist and sociopath.please don’t take this as an offend.Im just stating my opinion.

  8. Hey HG.Facinated by your work.Just want to know what do you think is the underline cause that made you a narcisst.

  9. I’m just learning about your work HG as well about narcissism in more detail as we speak.
    I find to deal with a narcissist in my relationship more difficult due to a fact that he is a highly regarded psychiatrist, psychofarmacologist in our area.
    Any suggestions please?

  10. Is it possible that somebody is only in parts a narcisstic person, has some narcisstic traits but is not fully narcisstic? Or is this only a illusory hope of an empath wishing it was not THAT bad? What about borderline disorder? Is this somebody between narc and empath, always oscillating between these two? How do narcs act with “normal” people?

    Another question: If I wanted to challenge you, how would you know you had won and how would I know I had won?

    1. Everybody has narcissistic traits, but it is often the impact of emotional thinking which causes an individual to think that the person they are with is merely narcissistic as opposed to a narcissist. Often, it does not matter because if that person (narcissistic or narcissist) is abusing you, the answer is the same, get out and stay out.
      As to challenge, what do you mean?

  11. Hello, HG. I follow you on youtube and found your videos to be quite insightful. I have been with my husband for 10 years (married for 6.5). I now know he is a mid-range narcissist by your description. I was described by therapists as an empath and codependent. I am standing up to him now, enforcing boundaries, pushing back on the behaviour. I talked to him about going to therapy and he said he would in time. I confronted him about being a narcissist and he said he already knew he was. I am not too optimisitic or too pessimistic about him changing. I did tell him that I will leave if things don’t change. Is ther3 any hope for change? I watched your freedom rules videos and I know you say he won’t. I still can’t comprehend that there is a possibility of no change after all these years and efforts.

    1. Only quite insightful?!!

      There is no hope for change. He does not really accept he is a narcissist, that is part of the manipulation to make you think he has insight and is capable of change.

  12. I would like to arrange a meeting with you HG Tudor. I am currently a very successful and strong empath. Great bait for my Narcissistic boyfriend. We have only been together for 6 months however, I am now 10K in debt and I am lovesick. I just cannot seem to shake him. Need clarification on how to do so and I have read/watched so much about trauma bonds and no contact. I would like your point of view. You have my email and please send me the cost/where to pay.

    1. I think you mean a consultation. Please see the menu bar at the blog with details as to what you need to do next.

      1. HG, To my dismay, I was unable to locate the “arrange meeting” option in the tool bar.

        K, can you help with this?

  13. Since my last comment I have read more of your website and find the 2 other pages I’ve read fascinating and very useful. It’s refreshing to read such honesty and to see just how aware narcissists are to do all of this, I didn’t know the whole pattern was so conscious and so planned out. I really appreciate that you’re doing this and i’m really curious about whether you will change through therapy or not. I would love to know two things. Firstly, why do you get fuel from upsetting someone? Is it because you believe you are unlovable and so their pain and anger at least tells you that you matter to them and it’s the closest thing to being loved? And secondly, everything I’ve read from you and about narcissists in general, seems to point to more than just a lack of empathy- to a contempt for and dislike/hatred of people. Do you ever feel any genuine ‘like’ for the people you are in relationships with? Do you feel any respect for them or care about them at all? Do you think this dislike/hate could be because within this pattern you are caught up in, during the love bombing phase you are not being your real self and so you believe to be loved you have to be fake, which means the love the person feels is for someone who isn’t you. So because of that you resent them for the fact they seemingly have to be given this false persona in order to want to spend time with you and have feelings for you? I’m thinking that if you believe you have to put this show on to get people’s positive attention, you’re going to think not only are people beneath you and quite idiotic for believing in the show, but also they are not actually very nice because they won’t love the real you, so therefore they deserve everything they get. Is this right?

    1. 1. I like people in a way which is genuine to me, but you would not regard it as genuine as I like them to serve my purposes.
      2. I can exhibit a form of care, such as I protect my assets, but only because again it benefits me. I am not altruistic.

  14. I’ve just read ‘the devastation of the illusion’ and my feeling is this is more the way you would like things to be than the way they are. I think you got things the wrong way around. I was in a relationship with a narcissist and what was left with me afterwards were the affect on my confidence of his nasty words and actions. But by the time I left him I could already see through him and unlike what you say, seeing he was a ‘ghost’ and what I had loved in him wasn’t real was actually a huge relief and made me recover more quickly. It’s not true at all that I will always be in love with anything about him, fake or real and it’s not true that because of him I have to be more guarded, unless you mean that being with him made me less naive and more ready to spot it in others? My vulnerability had nothing to do with him but to do with my childhood so I am no more vulnerable since leaving him, if anything the experience has let me less vulnerable. The thing that stayed with me for a while was the deficit I felt having loved someone and been fooled for long enough to give and put up with being punished. Once I had repaired the deficit I saw him as pathetic and didn’t miss anything about him, fake or real, and I never think about the good times because they lost their meaning once I realised they weren’t real.

  15. Why is it that despite levels of high intelligence narcissists have disproportionately low representation among elite universities (especially the ivies) and lower rates of higher education completion? Is there some kind of barrier to traditional success, do you think?

    1. My bf of six years is absolutely an elite narcissist, and he was a full boat scholarship-winning valedictorian of his Princeton class, grad school at Harvard, and is the CEO of a global organization. Scratch golfer. Champion poker player. Shits money.

      I can hold my own in academia and consider myself to have a respectable EQ, and yet he ties my brain in exhaustive knots to no end. They are ELITE, and they’re not going to let you know what they are so long as they can live in ambiguity and plausible deniability. This demographic is most likely the hardest to identify because they exercise the most control over natural inclinations (rage & response to narcissistic injuries), so I think it’s not so much a matter of the group being under-represented as they’re just not identified easily, if ever.

      I’ve just realized over the past year what he truly is, and have learned to disengage to some extent. But there is a line that, once crossed, I pay dearly for.. So I toe it gingerly every day, conducting my little tests. I know I’m playing with fire. It’s odd, sometimes, on a rare occasion when we make full eye contact (currently in devaluation) when we look at each other and I think “I fucking SEE YOU” and his stare back says to me “Oh no, sweetheart. You don’t know the HALF of it”. Horrifying.

  16. i find it absolutely fascinating that of all the obsessive research I’ve been doing (for almost no benefit except sating intellectual curiosities, which in effect mean nothing if they are not something that can cause a shift in whatever mental programming i got locked in at the moment) that i stumble upon a resource like this. The narcissist’s perspective brought to light. They say a narcissist can’t experience true empathy, so a person that can or has, can’t know what true lack of empathy really is.

    I am not a narcissist, i do have empathy. As much as I do, I wouldn’t label me an “empath” or even co-dependent. I feel like a mesh. I was abused and used and discarded by a narcissist who had gotten me to question that my true love for her was just manufactured by her. Maybe it was one or the other, both or none. But as much as I despise the damage done. I can’t lie to myself and say that the life of a narcissist has aspects I admire and even envy, but my empathy holds me back. What I could do, what I would do, if i could objectify someone, reduce them to a resource for my own benefit. But I know i possess just enough empathy that I could not live with myself knowing I’ve allowed myself to thrive on being “evil”.

    narcissist. empath. both have pros and cons. both sides experience intense pain, and joy. Both sides have self loathing versions and both have self loving versions. Both do great progressive services and great crippling dis-services to society and interpersonal relationships.

    None of it fucking matters. it comes down to your own perspective of self. Identity. A narcissist had the skill and power to give me one when i had none. And then showed me it was all made up. and from just about every angle, it looks like it was her that made it up. But really i have learned I fucking made it up. She just allowed it to happen and provided an environment for it to happen. Which ironically i was doing the same concept in reverse for her. Her focus my destruction. my focus, her rebirth as the illusion of a person she claimed she was and wanted to be.

    Now shes gone, I’ve been labeled a too difficult resource and really, sucked dry to the point i wasn’t much a resource anyway.

    I am not destroyed because she destroyed my identity, i was already lacking one. But with her I had one. now im too aware and know its fake. and i’m back to who the fuck am i???

    This post went in directions i didn’t expect. I’d apologize but luckily i know you don’t give a fuck.So even though i’m capable of feeling bad for wasting your time, i don’t care enough too.

    if however something in my rambling sparked your interest enough to want to give me some insight on what i really am and if i have any real control of it, i’d love to hear it from the narc side, cause none of the empath side is giving any results.

    1. Deadpolk
      Well I am not who you want to hear from, but your post certainly sparked my interest, resonated with me, and I’d love to hear anything more you care to share.

      1. Deadpolk
        I meant that in your last paragraph you asked to hear from the narc side and assumed you meant HG, and not from another empath. Sorry for the confusion.

      2. I’m not opposed to talking to empaths. Knowledge is knowledge. If youd like to chat (prolly easier off this forum) let me know. Are you an empath, or just empathetic?

        What I meant by my last comment is I’d love to hear narc side cause I have not yet. Cept the narc who fucked my world up. She ain’t gunna spill shit.

      3. IdaNoe
        AUGUST 18, 2018 AT 04:54
        Death as death follows me…. what’s the rest of it?

        “. .. … Io inseguo la morte mentre la morte insegue me … .. .”

    2. Dead Polk,
      It sounds like you have worked yourself into what my daddy always called a “dither”. What you need is a good healthy dose of validation and logical thinking. My advice is read, read, read HG. Educate yourself. Empower yourself. If your circumstances allow, arrange a consultation with HG, it will give you a bolus of the medicine you need to get you unstuck. All my best.

      1. Yes DP! Look in the menu bar and choose the Skype Audio consultation and pay by Pay Pal . It will be the best $150 you ever spent. You can talk to him for an hour! That’s less than what those ball washing attorneys charge.

      2. I just read all of his primary articles. Mind blown. I could image what a convo would do.

      3. DP, as you’re making your way through the articles, many questions about your entanglement will be answered. Keep a list of what you would like to ask about your specific situation. You’ll know when you’re ready for the consult. HG will give you definitive answers.

    3. IdaNoe
      AUGUST 18, 2018 AT 04:54
      Death as death follows me…. what’s the rest of it?

      “. .. … Io inseguo la morte mentre la morte insegue me … .. .”

      “I follow death while death follows me” or “I persue death as death persues me”

      It’s my tattoo.

      1. MB
        AUGUST 18, 2018 AT 14:36
        DP, as you’re making your way through the articles, many questions about your entanglement will be answered. Keep a list of what you would like to ask about your specific situation. You’ll know when you’re ready for the consult. HG will give you definitive answers.

        I am now 1/2 way through is book of 25 manipulations. A far more in-depth detailed view of most of which i already knew, but oh my the validation!!!!!!

        I may read all of his work before a consult. but this is the best source of knowledge on narcissism ever. This dude is a genius.

      2. Deadpolk
        His approach is revolutionary and the information unrivalled. Welcome and enjoy. Be sure not to miss him on YouTube under Knowing the Narcissist also.

      3. He is a genius, DP. I’m glad you found your way here. It will be your saving grace. You already sound like the dither is abating.

    4. After reading several of HGs books and reading his blog I decided to go for a consult
      .Mr Tudor is polite , clear and professional .
      I cannot recommend him highly enough.His insight is incredible.
      He knows our situations better than we do .
      Even though we know he is a master elite narc he is not scary or creepy towards his clients , he actually has a beautiful deep hypnotic voice.

  17. The enormity of the pain and destruction you and your kind bring into the world is beyond description. The fact that you cannot feel it is not relevant. The fact that you don’t care is.

    I’m going to rise above you and use your information to do it.

  18. Where would I find the descriptions of the Lesser and the Greater, Lieutenant, etc.? I am new to your writings, and I don’t know where to start. I believe I have reached what you refer to as the post discard battle, pt. 3, but do NOT want to be foolish or have a false sense of security.

  19. Hello HG. You terrify me because I believe I am about to find out that the man that I love and have been married to for 36 years is a Narcissist. We have 3 grown children and 6 grandchildren. He has been psychologically abusive for many years although I did not realize this for some time and when I did come to understand it I did not know what to do. He became physically abusive one year ago resulting in his arrest and conviction of 2nd° assault. Which of your many books should I start with in order to learn about what I am dealing with. Sincerely Susan (a devastated empath)

      1. hello HG Tudor,
        1. which of your books would you recommend if I am interested in defeating narcissists based on life-examples? (action-reaction)
        2. what kind of body language shall be used when I first encounter narc. to repell him from me(before the verbal phase starts?) Problem is my attractive looks – in a way I am delicate from body posture and angelic type face( I look vulnerable, submissive (I am on the contrary). I have strong instinct and immediately recognize narc (I have many strong narcissistic traits but I feel very rarely positive emotions). Narcissits approach me like I am a prey like I am empathetic person not narcissist. I face dissonanse between my character and looks- narcissits feel cheated and we naturally rutlessly fight.
        thank you Johanna

      2. Hello Johanna,

        1. Manipulated, Devil’s Toolkit and Escape.
        2. You need Date Defender to tackle this and it is about knowledge as opposed to body language – see the menu bar for more details.

  20. I want to consult you, but how do I trust you? How do I trust that the dynamic of that consult doesn’t turn into an abuse dynamic? I would love to get some solid advice from you on how to tackle hard issues with my ex when it comes to our child. Yes, third comment in 24 hours, enjoy the fuel, but the more I think about paying you to possibly do to me what he does to me day in and day out I want to throw up! How do i know you are legit? And that at least when it comes to consults you are a professional (as in you will behave like one, not trained mental health professional).

    1. Read the testimonials and feel free to ask other readers here about their experiences. Our interaction is governed by a common sense protocol. My role is to answer your questions and give you insight, not to abuse you, I am professional.

      1. Your abuses toward total strangers you attempt to insert your life into are classified under US Federal Criminal Law as Murder in the First.

        How interesting that you are allowed in the country to profit from the very people you find and harass.

        There are people on the sites who instinctually know there is something really, really wrong with you.

        Do they have internet for Dead Men Walking?

        POST this.

        Chicken Shit.

      2. Possibly, a new arrival so either a raw victim or as you suggest. Time will tell.

      3. Jett

        You would learn much if you took a minute and actually read the information here instead of running on your anger.

        Consults are by choice if one desires specific information dealing with their situation.

        The blog is free to read and interact with survivors and his books are damn near free to read if one has a kindle or kindle app.

        You do have the choice of reading his books and the blog with out ever interacting with HG.

      4. This is the best source of info on narcissism, period. And hg does not and has not abused anyone on this site that I know of. Here he is a professional informant.

        You’re an idiot to foolishly lash out.

      5. Damn, and I thought I had a bad attitude. Hey Jett stick around, you’re making me look good! Thx

    2. It’s not about trusting HG. It’s about gaining knowledge and educating ourselves. He was brutally honest with me. He identified the person in my life with exactness. You need to trust yourself first – and allow him to show you the answers. Good luck

    3. HTS, I’ve consulted with HG many times. I promise you he IS legit. I’ve found him to be professional, accurate, and respectful. He is the best source. As I’ve said to others, it’s the most effective use of your therapy dollars. You will get more out of one consult with HG than you will from MONTHS of expensive therapy. You won’t regret it.
      All my best,

    4. I’ve had several consults – email and audio and have followed this site since its inception. HG always gave very accurate predictions and observations on the individual I came here for. He would even predict timing of next Hoover as he got to know my narc’s patterns over a year. He doesn’t provide “therapy” but can provide guidance.Learning the perspective from their mindset really helps you start changing your behavior to navigate around them better and also help build up your personal boundaries.
      Also, think of it this way. He started the consults well over a year ago. If people were not happy, there are ways to get that info out on social media sites to warn others. Many of his readers have gone back for follow up consults.
      He operates professionally and is legit. No issues with billing or payments. No issues with timely bookings after consult is purchased.

    5. Hi Hatethisshit
      I was as jaded and cynical as one could be about consulting with a narcissist but I read of others who had a positive experience and even those who have used his advice in court. I thought: What do I have to lose? If I have a bad experience I wont continue. His accuracy and professionalism in the consults blew me away and the information he continues to provide is second to none. I believe he can help you and you owe it to yourself to try it. He is the only narcissist I know of who delivers on his promise to help.

    6. He’s the real deal, I believe. Three years ago, looking for answers about my 25-year marriage to a “covert, malignant narcissist with psychopathic features”- my therapist’s description – I came upon Tudor’s writings. Intrigued, I was trying to crawl inside my (now ex)husband’s mind to see what propelled him. Maybe it was to see if it was, in fact, “all my fault” (name something, anything). But mainly, I believe, it was because I was tired of being lectured to by those who, although psychologically credentialed, had no solid clue as to what actually BEING a narcissist really meant: what makes them tick. Enthralled, stunned, then drawn to understanding the playbook, I began educating myself. Tudor showed me what his life is = my then-husband’s, and how I figured in. (Spoiler: I didn’t.) The very hardest part was finding out I could have been ANYONE – I was not special, he did not love me – for he had no interest nor capacity for such – but the “I could have been anybody” shook me to my core. I wept, I struggled. Then I grew up. I realized Tudor was right, and I needed to know that truth of things, before I could EVER proceed with my own life. Knowing you are nothing to the narcissist except fuel, is an imperative. It tells you everything you need to know, to set yourself free.

      When I have seen other women flailing about with the same initial questions, I have referred them to Tudor. He has, in a twisted way, made himself a gift to those of us who are like the born blind. Instead of flinging feces through our locked cages at him – read him, hear him. He is handing you the keys. -J

  21. Hi HG. I’ve recently started, no contact with my narcissist husband. Thankyou for helping those of us wondering what has happened; the shock, confusion and even disbelief that someone we loved and trusted with our lives, was the last person we should have trusted! For 8 years I was played and only recently after asking for his email password, did the deceit become apparent. I’m still so confused…particularly as he explained away every lie then turned it on me. If I’d staying any longer, I would have had to agree with him if he’d said the earth was flat.

      1. HG, I asked him over skype and of course he couldn’t remember his password, so he’d look for it after work ( 8 hours later!) I was well aware that in that time he’d be busy deleting whatever he didn’t want me to find…he missed some correspondence from 2 years earlier. Maybe he thought I was so brainwashed that regardless of what was found, I’d accept it, just like I’d accepted years of nonsense. He always gave me just enough information to satisfy my curiosity.

  22. Good evening Mr Tudor,
    I decided that I had enough of my interaction with the narc when I saw that he had no problem in having his 25 years old daughter in bed with him, and she was behaving like she was 11 kissing him and hugging him like a child would do with the plus that when they were together in bed or outside of it, they would behave much more like a flirting couple than father and daughter.
    Is it possible that a narcissist doesn’t even care for the relationship with his own sons/daughters? can he/she even flirt with his kids if this would provide him with fuel?
    Thank you for your answer

    1. Yes. The sense of entitlement and poor boundary recognition facilitates the need for fuel and this can be obtained in the method described.

      1. Not here on the blog Na.

        It made me think of ‘Chess Grandmaster (figuratively speaking) HG’.

  23. Thank you for your interesting and useful books. I don’t think that “fuel” really equates with actual fuel but is more a need for control and power over individuals.

  24. I find your stories compelling and I enjoy reading them as I learn about the man that I love and his possibly being like yourself and I also have found myself intertwined as well. I now understand so much more and how to act and as confusing as it may be to the world, it is simply who you and your kind are. I am learning to rely just on myself in this world and not on others so much, it lessens the pain and when this possible discard happens, because one thing I do believe is that we do not need to be with just one person. I believe that what I don’t know about wont hurt me attitude in life, and it serves me well. I have two beautiful boys who I raise to be strong men who will never put up with crap from anyone, are very polite to the world and that you need to be number one, in sports, school, life in general. There is no room for second. You play to win mentally. Why play if you cant be number one? Thank you and keep your stories coming. I am learning a lot about your kind and life in general,

  25. I read your blogs daily as you post them! Thank you for showing me/us the light! Still struggling to shed my Narc even though I believe I am his DLS, he keeps popping up trying to reassure me otherwise. That he just wants me to ‘relax, take things easy and enjoy the moments we have as who knows what tomorrow may bring’. He insists he is a loner so he has no friends or life to introduce me to!!!!
    Due to the gaslighting then stonewalling and verbal fury he keeps me walking on eggshells and eventually I’m grateful for the crumb of kindness he shows and too afraid to question as Mr Jekyll is just all too charming.

    He has kept a carrot dangled since January and emotionally abused me enough times to make my want for him less as the time goes on. I’ve blocked and ignored but still he manages to find a weakness in me and worm a day or so’s texts from me… of course he disappears after is fuel feed of emotions from me…
    But then pops up wanting my time again and is angry with me for stopping texting me.
    He is a very intelligent lawyer and I often find myself snookered with his arguments…
    Just hope I fall out of lust with this mirage!

  26. Hello! I wandered over from YouTube. Been haunting your videos there, now reading here, and gathering funds for books. I’ve been away from my narcissist for five years now but live in terror of her coming back even though it’s not highly likely from your Hoover criteria. I have to say I love your term MatriNarc, fits her perfectly with how it always felt she was holding court whenever we got dragged to her out of family obligation. Thank you for shedding light on things.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Read and understand all about narcissists from the best source possible. A narcissist himself.

%d bloggers like this: