Tag Archives: personality disorders

Shameless and Guiltless Thinking

A key feature of the most disordered individuals is that they neither care enough nor think enough about how their patterns of behavior reflect on their character.

End-Game Thinking

Disturbed characters tend to feel so entitled to whatever they desire that they believe the ends always justifies the means they employ to secure their wishes.

Prideful Thinking

Disturbed characters think there’s nothing worse than admitting a mistake, backing down, or giving-in because it makes them look inadequate or “weak.”

The Egomaniacal Thinking of the Disturbed Character

Disturbed characters often think they’re so smart, so clever, or so “special” that they can do what most others wouldn’t dream of trying and somehow get away with it. They see themselves as “legends in their own minds.”