Npd and dating and asexual
When they look in the mirror, or more accurately look inside themselves, they don’t like what they see. They reinvent their past and will ply you with stories of tragedy, or tales of a perfect, fairy tale upbringing.
While the narcissist has no problem dishing out complaints and in fact seems to find fault with most people, they are hypersensitive to criticism themselves.
Even the mildest of suggestions that they've made a mistake, or have flaws is likely to result in a range of adverse reactions.
They may explode in fury, or alternatively withdraw and become sulky and silent.
Narcissism is rife in the dating world, and a lot more common than you might think.
Ever had an uneasy feeling about someone you're dating?
But beware: it is not what it seems, and is in fact a carefully staged performance designed to woo you. The narcissist is fond of making grand gestures because they love the idea of being seen to be generous.
You may find that, in spite of their affluence, they're living in a shabby one bedroomed flat in a run-down area.
They may become angry, or simply refuse to engage in the discussion saying something like, "Well we’ll just have to agree to disagree!