- Entitlement/Grandiosity: : Entitlement/Grandiosity refers to the sense that you are special or more important than others, and that you do not have to follow the rules like other people even though it may have a negative effect on others. Also can manifest in an exaggerated focus on superiority for the purpose of having power or control.
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