Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Your personality is your unique way of thinking, understanding, reacting, and relating to people.
A personality disorder is not just an unusual personality. It's when your personality traits cause significant problems in your life or keep you from relating normally to others.
Narcissistic personality disorder is:
People with narcissistic personality disorder often:
Think they're more important and special than other people
Exaggerate their own achievements and belittle other people's
Are very sensitive to any failure or criticism, which makes them angry or depressed
Fantasize about being very smart, beautiful, or important
Take advantage of others
Need constant praise and for people to look up to them
Envy others, and often think that others envy them
Lots of people are proud of their accomplishments. And nearly everyone likes to be praised and dislikes criticism. However, these kinds of traits become a disorder when people become angry or upset without constant praise, or when their inability to accept criticism and their need to belittle others causes problems at work or in relationships.