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The Sense of Entitlement Held by Narcissists

Entitlement is a major warning sign of psychosis in anyone. Especially for the Narcissus. 

They believe that they are superior to others and deserve special treatment. They also believe that others are obligated to meet their needs and provide them with support.

This sense of entitlement can manifest itself in a number of ways. Narcissists may demand that others give them their undivided attention, or they may expect others to do things for them without being asked. They may also be quick to anger or take offense when their needs are not met.

The belief that others are indentured to their needs can also lead narcissists to take advantage of others. They may exploit others for their money, time, or resources. They may also lie, cheat, or manipulate others in order to get what they want.

The sense of entitlement that narcissists have can be very destructive. It can damage their relationships, their careers, and their personal lives. If you are dealing with a narcissistic person, it is important to set boundaries and to refuse to give in to their demands. You may also want to consider seeking professional help.

Here are some additional signs of narcissistic entitlement:

  • Expecting to be treated like royalty, even by people who are not their subordinates
  • Feeling that they are owed special favors or privileges
  • Becoming angry or resentful when their expectations are not met
  • Expecting others to put their needs first, even at the expense of their own
  • Feeling that they are better than others and deserve to be treated differently
  • Taking credit for other people's work
  • Blaming others for their own mistakes
  • Feeling entitled to special treatment, even when they have not earned it

If you see these signs in someone you know, it is possible that they have a narcissistic personality disorder. This is a serious mental illness that can cause significant problems in relationships, work, and other areas of life.

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