Why Narcissists Think the World Owes Them (Narcissistic Entitlement)

Written by Angela Atkinson

“The predator wants your silence. It feeds their power, entitlement, and they want it to feed your shame.” ~Viola Davis

Let’s talk about narcissists and their sense of entitlement, shall we? As infuriating as it can be, a lot of us sort of miss the sense of entitlement in our list of issues with them. That’s because it is one of those sort of sneaky personality traits that allows narcissists to feel justified in their abusive behavior toward the people in their lives.

So let me ask you: do you know an entitled narcissist?

Fact: Narcissists are known for their sense of entitlement – in addition to their lack of empathy and selfish behavior. Today we’re covering the narcissist’s sense of entitlement, including their unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or requirements of your automatic compliance with their expectations. It’s always all about the narcissist. Today, we’ll learn how to manage and deal with the narcissist and their big, often unearned, sense of entitlement.

In this video, I’ll fill you in on how people with NPD (and other cluster b disorders) tend to use manipulation to get what they want from people who suffer from codependency – and it’s so much deeper than just gaslighting

Can you relate to this video? Are you dealing with a toxic narcissist in your life? Find out for sure, learn how it’s affecting you and figure out how to heal with the quizzes below. Each quiz is free and will direct you to resources that might be useful in your recovery from narcissistic abuse.

 

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