That’s lots and lots of eye-rolling, palm showing and ease-pulling! Another way is unmercifully hit them on their weaknesses, painful past, anything that exposes them for what they really are or cuts deep into their ego. And when the tears start rolling down his or her face, gleefully rub your hands. ), you’ll end up feeling like a monster for making such a good looking or intelligent or rich or sweet or whatever [superior] person feel small — and if you try to apologize, they’ll throw it back at you.3.
The best way is come to terms with the fact that you can’t change someone else.
In many cases this is true, but if anything this makes it all the more irritating for those around them.
Many sufferers simply cannot control their own boasting, and may suffer chronic migraines due to their incredibly swollen heads.
To my surprise, there’s been a lot more trial and error in finding the right doctor, paying the right prices and knowing what to look for and ask for.The feelings of inferiority in this specific complex are often brought on by real or perceived social rejection.Uncyclopedia calls it a difficult disorder to deal with:“Sometimes, these feelings can go as far as to cause those affected to act as if they are on a golden pedestal, and everyone else is peasant scum.This one is probably the easiest of the three ways of dealing with these types of people. Some of these people are so deluded that they’ll just think you’re jealous and envious — and yes, have an inferiority complex.But that doesn’t help if you are in daily contact with this person — or even like and love the person. Even worse, most of these “superior” individuals have become such experts at putting others down that they’ll hit you back so hard that you might find yourself not just down on earth but trying to dig a hole in the ground — with your teeth. The other downside is that if you’re a naturally good-hearted person (superiority complex?My first experience was 4 years ago when I turned 40.