The Sociopath Cocktail: Entitlement with a Splash of Delusion

once again Paula knocked it out of the park!! Oh entitlement, JC should have his picture in the dictionary beside the word entitlement!!

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gatsbyEntitlement is dangerous. Entitlement mixed with delusion is lethal. Sociopaths are lethal.

Entitlement is when a person believes he has the right to own or possess any “thing” or any “person” he desires. An entitled person believes his mere existence qualifies him as unique, special and somehow more deserving than others and above all laws and moral codes.

Sociopaths believe they are entitled.

Entitled sociopaths do not work or strive for what they have. They simply take it.

But the sociopath will argue that he does deserve what he has and what he takes. The sociopath will argue that he earned everything. He will argue that he worked long and hard to get what he has.

And the entitled sociopath is often very convincing in his arguments. Entitled sociopaths are good at justifying their con games. Entitled sociopaths believe that the art of arguing and conning people is synonymous with…

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3 thoughts on “The Sociopath Cocktail: Entitlement with a Splash of Delusion

  1. theinvisiblegirlspeaks

    Hello Carrie, this is Emily who wrote to you the other day about starting a new blog about growing up in a narcissist family. 🙂 I wanted to let you know that I started it! Thank you for your encouragement and inspiration.
    Here is the link: Please let me know what you think, and feel free to share with others!


  2. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    That is such a good photo of DiCaprio – he’s totally good at that look of entitlement.

    A good repost, Carrie (as usual 🙂 )


  3. Heather(@bluehome40)

    …entitled to their possessions. Kids are possessions! Exactly my explanation of my N Ex behaviors about trying to share-parenting with him. (He is very demanding of his time with his kids, when it’s convenient for him only- no wonder why- he needs “his possessions”). They return to me moody and sad about the confusion they experienced in his midst; sad about not ever getting what they desire most from him (a meaningful relationship built on mutual respect). Nope, he is and will forever be INcapable of that! The kids are too young to understand their role in his Sociopathic realm.

    P.S. Congratulations to new blogger InvisibleGirl for connecting as a child of an N-dad!



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