Understanding the psychology of an arrogant person!

in #psychology19 days ago

Thoughts on bullying, trolling and arrogance

In today's world and particular in social media (not referring to steemit in particular) you come across of very arrogant people. Some people might never realise this and accept so-called superiority behaviour of such individuals and even admire them as revolutionary leader.

It happened in the 20th century with extremist movements across Europe - scientists still try to understand why these leaders managed to create a War, seduced entire nations to do ugly things.

Does this mean every arrogant person is a bad human being? Certainly not BUT there is only a small step from being simply an arrogant asshole (sorry for the flaming word - forgive my basic English -not a native speaker) towards inflated self-esteem leading to radical movements in the end.


This is just my personal view (without a source, without quoting scientists) based on my life experience I wanted to share. Don't be afraid - there will be no long essay or analysis of human behaviour or brain! I am not a psychologist, I am not a social worker, I am not a politician - I am one of these idiots people laugh at because they claim we need positive vibes to be successful in any environment, it can be in a company, in a family or in a social network!

I only want to point out - Be Careful who you follow - and always ask yourself continuously if this is really what you think si right or if it is just something someone tells you to be right! Reflect yourself! Ask questions! But do it in a nice way anytime! Smile if someone tells you fuck-off but learn your lesson.

Thanks for listening and do not get seduced by negative people (and I certainly used some visuals from Pixabay to illustrate of course all under free license!) - Namaste - Steem On!

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