He rarely gets emotionally-involved with his “targets” as he will need to move on to get new sources of narcissistic supply.He then indiscriminately engages in sex with multiple partners.
He will explain that his other sexual partners are nothing to him, meaningless, that he is merely taking advantage of them.He insists they do not constitute a threat and should not be taken seriously by his spouse.He uses sex to conquer and secure new sources of narcissistic supply.For the narcissist, sex is a mechanical act, devoid of intimacy and commitment.The somatic narcissist resorts to serial sexual conquests; his sex partners are considered by him to be mere objects – sources of narcissistic supply.
It is through seduction and sexual conquest that the narcissist derives his badly needed narcissistic “fix”.
He feels that acting on one’s sex drive is a primitive and common impulse.
The cerebral narcissist tells himself that he is above all that, endowed as he is with superior intellect and superior self-control.
The more difficult the target is, the more power and control they feel.
Most adults can brush off the behaviors of a narcissist, but children are more vulnerable.
Cerebral narcissists, on the other hand, flaunt their intelligence and knowledge to obtain attention and admiration.