Narcissists engage in all manners of impulsive actions: bingeing, shopping, gambling, drinking, reckless driving, unprotected sex.
Narcissists tend to only take themselves into consideration. However, because they also tend to think they are above the law and above the consequences that result from their behavior, they often unintentionally put themselves (and others) in danger. If they are upset, they may drive incredibly recklessly or take some other sort of aggressive action. They often have unprotected sex. They seem to live on the edge.
Deceptive behaviors – A narcissist is like an actor creating fake roles to con someone into believing they are someone they are not. This type of deception does not even phase a narcissist as something you shouldn’t do. When a victim finds out the narcissist has lead multiple lives they go into shock and PTSD kicks in. The narcissist and their distorted sense of entitlement and lack of empathy to empathize how the victim is feeling by this shocking news are then compounded by the turn around to blame the victim, attack and threaten, play mind games, smear the innocent victim and use others to break down the victim.DOWNLOAD OUR FREE RED FLAG CHECKLIST
For the narcissist, the compulsive acts constitute a part of a larger “grandiose” picture. If a narcissist shops—it is in order to build up a unique collection. If he gambles—it is to prove right a method that he has developed or to demonstrate his amazing mental or psychic powers. If he climbs mountains or races cars—it is to establish new records.
source: “Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited” Dr Sam Vaknin.