Hg Tudor Quotes

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There is no room for sentiment. Everything must go to enable you to combat this manipulative technique. Photographs. Burn all of the photographs that I appear in. Remove them from all social media, mobile phones, PCs, laptops and tablets. Yes, you may look fantastic in that picture with me (I am sure you can alter it so you are preserved and I am not). As you remove the pictures say “I delete you (say my name)” and this process of exorcising me from a visual part of your life will feel uplifting. All gifts, mementos, cards, letters and those little trinkets that we so often send one another must be removed. Burn them, shred them and dispose of them. Where possible, sell certain items and you will gain increased satisfaction from having made some money out of it too. Do
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H.G. Tudor (Escape: How to Beat the Narcissist)
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You should always keep in mind that whilst we chose you because of the way you are, it is not personal, since there are many people who could be chosen and they would fulfill the same role as you did. (..) The cold manner in which we selected you should not be regarded as any reflection on you but is entirely indicative of the manner in which we approach this task. It is a process for us. It is mechanical and devoid of emotion on our part.
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H.G. Tudor (Sitting Target: How and Why the Narcissist Chooses You)
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Why? This word more than any other, is probably associated with our kind. The way we behave, the things we do, the words we say all leave those who have been affected by our poison left wondering why. Hundreds of questions posed by what we have done to you. To make matters worse, we purposefully avoid providing you with answers. This is done either by not engaging with you or behaving in a manner which defies the logic and rationale by which you conduct yourself. You are left with lots of “whys” floating around and no way of dealing with them. Until now.
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H.G. Tudor (Why? Understanding the Narcissist's Behaviour)