Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

People who act superior may be masking some inadequacy.

Then, of course, the psychologist that I am, I had to wonder what caused her to mention her own beauty. Looking at her again, I thought she looked about 40 years old, which must be a tough time for an actress like her who is used to doing commercials as a young woman. I believe that she was feeling insecure and was seeking reassurance from me. But then, what evidence is there that people who act superior are really feeling inferior? She could, after all, just be so genuinely confident that she can’t help but mention her beauty to regular people (i.e., non-models) like me.



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