NEGATIVE SIDE OF SUPERIORITY COMPLEX

A superiority complex is a belief that your abilities or accomplishments are somehow dramatically better than other people’s.

I think it’s high time I unfollow some people I have followed long ago and they are not following back, no comment, sense of belonging or application because gift is not completed until it is received. Being told you’re appreciated is the simplest thing, and yet it’s one of the most uplifting, incredible things you can hear.

People with a superiority complex may be condescending, smug, or mean to other people who don’t agree with them. Two cannot work together unless they agree. You know, love is perfect, but not until it’s perfectly reciprocated

You may not realize it, but how you see yourself can affect the way you treat other people. For instance, when someone is content with themselves and where they are in life,

It’s easier to be genuinely happy for others and their success. But if they’re someone who’s not where they’d like to be and they need to devalue other people in order to feel better about themselves, that may be a sign of a superiority complex.

Don’t let your loyalty become slavery. If they don’t appreciate what you bring to the table, let them eat alone. “Never go in search of love. Go in search of life and life will find you the love you seek”_ “Atticus”

When a person acts superior to another, they really feel that the other is a perceived threat. In some way they believe others will find out that they really are ‘inadequate’ and therefore behave in ways that make them feel like they are ‘better’ than the rest.

Being good at something is not someone’s fault. It’s merely a gift. Gifts should be cherished, not envied and put down.

We are called to be a global champion not a local champion. The reason why scripture used light of the world and salt of the world is that those two substance is being used globally, so, don’t think that you have arrived

You don’t even need to confront them. The best way is to cut them off. People who act as if they’re superior to others have trouble, or flat out refuse, to take responsibility for their poor behavior. They are like Pharaoh, they tend to believe that they’re always right, and are unwilling to consider any opposing opinions from others. They may even throw a fit when someone contradicts them. When you’re not at peace with who you truly are, the tendency is to hide behind a “perfect” version of yourself that you think others will like.

And owning up to your mistakes means recognizing that you’re not perfect.

Fly unlimited

11 comments

  1. True 😌. But this , ” I unfollow some people I have followed long ago and they are not following back, “, looks abit unrelated. Blogging is more complicated, what if you like what someone writes but they don’t like your stuff just as much , or they are afraid they might not keep up, someone with 1,000 followers can’t be following 1,000 people afterall, 🙂

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    • Quality is better than quantity… the world is verst and champions are everywhere. Being told you’re appreciated is the simplest thing, and yet it’s one of the most uplifting, incredible things you can hear.

      Well, learn from someone who gives you what you want. I have many mentors, some don’t even know me, while some are dead, like Martin Lutter King Jr.

      Those who gives what you want is okay as you know, it’s not everybody that will inspire you. I am talking about those who want to have many followers that doesn’t make sense.

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  2. Awesome post! And so true! I can’t count the people I’ve met in my life who are exactly like this and they make us feel bad about ourselves. We should never want to be around people like those. And I love your line in the post, “Don’t let your loyalty become slavery. If they don’t appreciate what you bring to the table, let them eat alone.” I couldn’t agree more! Thank you so much for posting! ❤

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