Do you know a female narcissist?
Like every narcissist, the female narcissist often has many sneaky ways of manipulating.
For example, a female narcissist will often use the fact that she is female – not only to excuse the abuse but also to justify it. She may even attempt to cause you to appear to be the abuser in this process. Crazy-making would be an understatement in the effects the female narcissist can have on the people around her.
Have you been abused by a narcissistic mother, female partners, or friends?
Maybe you have had the unfortunate experience of having a narcissistic female boss or any other position of power over you. If so, you know the pain and frustration they cause.
What are some of the ways a female narcissist manipulates to get away with being abusive?
Female narcissists control through manipulation and threats. They will use “care-taking” and even sexual behavior (favors, withholding, etc.) to get what they want from you. They use gaslighting, their physical attributes, guilt and obligation – and many more types of coercion to get people to do what they want. They become abusive in covert ways, and sometimes in more obvious ones.
In this video, I’ll fill you in on what female narcissists are like and how they most commonly manipulate you.
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