Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

It’s not easy being superior to everyone I know!

Here are a few examples:

  • A colleague who receives recognition or a promotion becomes more egocentric.
  • An individual who is accepted into an elite school or organization becomes arrogant and entitled.
  • A person who dates or marries a “trophy partner” is prideful of the elevated status, prompting an air of superiority to peers, while basking in the partner’s reflected glory.
  • An athlete who’s the “star” on a team is self-aggrandizing and boastful.
  • Someone who becomes independently wealthy shows contempt for those in the lower socioeconomic class and is rude toward “the little people.”
  • An attention-seeking public figure who develops megalomania after gaining a degree of popularity and/or notoriety.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/communication-success/201701/5-signs-situational-narcissist

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