Abuse and women are not usually considered as one and the same. But, many men are victims of sexually abusive women. Some men are physically assaulted, while others are victims of mental abuse.
Sex and healthy relationships are synonymous. However, if you’re involved with an emotionally narcissistic woman, most likely the sex is just for her own self-esteem and well-being.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is described as a pervasive pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration, and a lack of empathy. This type of person is usually self-centered, egotistical, smug and fascinated with oneself. The narcissist has been described as turning inward for gratification rather than depending on others, and as being excessively preoccupied with issues of personal power and prestige. Narcissistic personality disorder is, usually, someone who is considered to be self-centered.
Basically narcissistic women possess three types of sexual behavior: (1) hyper-sexuality, (2) hot and cold, or (3) frigidity. Often, the same woman can alternate between all three of these behaviors.
5 Elements of Loving Relationships
Love and a fulfilling sex life consist of five elements: Vulnerability, Trust, Intimacy, Empathy, and Respect (or lack of).
Vulnerability requires someone to take a risk and expose their true self. NPD women find it impossible to be vulnerable because she’s invested most of her life developing an elaborate and rigid exterior, and any damages are kept within herself.
Trust is what most of us have in a relationship. You trust that your partner will accept you, and not deliberately hurt you. But, a narcissistic woman trusts no one. She believes everyone is out for themselves and is trying to ‘get one over’ on her. She’s out for herself, and will endeavor to justify her thoughts by ‘getting one over’ on you.