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A Grandiose Mind Trapped in Anger

When we have a grandiose personality type, then we are prone to anger outbursts. A person with grandiose thinking may believe that he or she was centered out from everyone else when he or she does not get his or her way. People with grandiosity attitudes will say things like, “That was a lousy idea. Those people are stupid anyway.” A person of this nature may believe that other people would have behaved in the same way they did in a similar situation. There are many traits to grandiosity that are disturbing, especially when a person already has a disturbed mind. They are more prone to anger. This type of person will have a difficult time dealing with stressors. This stress will often be acted out in emotional outbursts when they feel threatened. This means they are prone to assaulting others’ intellect, cursing at the problem, attacking another person’s mental status, and even acting out violently when they are mad. This type takes us to a whole new level of understanding anger, since a mental illness is often underlying the emotions. A person with this magnitude of anger is known as a narcissist. Paranoid schizophrenias, histrionic personality types and a few others that have a grandiose personality trait underlying the diagnosis. When we see that a person is angry due to a mental illness, then anger management may or may not work. Most histrionic personality types are stern in their thinking, therefore more extensive therapy is needed to deal with multiple features of this type; particularly when it is genetic as this will be deeply-rooted. If you have ever experienced anger outbursts, you might have realized that you feel remorse after the interruption takes place. On the other hand, if you have a histrionic or paranoid personality, remorse is not in the picture. A person has to have a sense of remorse to increase the likelihood of a successful recovery from anger management. Although the psychotherapist may find a resolve, it will be minimal. Unfortunately, in a number of genetic cases of this type of anger, there is rarely resolve before the patient eventually destroys themselves or another person’s life. They have a point to make and they will make it. Uncontrolled anger includes, striking, hitting, punching, mental and verbal assault, and even murder. Now we are looking at a serious problem as anyone can be at the risk of being a subject to these types of personality disorders. A more common form of anger is a mild name calling, such as you were acting like a jerk. Alternatively, damn, you are terrible at that. The person will raise their voice assertively, and often walk away when the other person does not reply as he or she intended. These are very rude forms of anger that can be dealt with. Well, most of the time, the world is acting out in accordance to their beliefs. I talk about this numerous times in numerous podcasts. We really need to reevaluate everything we’ve been taught, and critically think in the process.

The problem lies in dealing with it so that it does not get the best of you or hurt someone else. For example, if you are married and suspect that your spouse is having an affair you might confront this person rather than accusing. You’ll find out the details before you blow up and cause a commotion. If the person is cheating, then you have two options. Either you forgive the person’s infidelity and move on with them, or you hire a damn good lawyer then find a more suitable, trusting replacement. I would choose the latter since cheaters are liars and they are trying to get away with it, obvs. Therefore, these people are not trustworthy anymore. See the reasoning behind this… Of course, it is going to hurt, but in the end, you will see that you made a good choice letting go of toxicity. If you decide to stay with the person, remember that you forgave them. So, do not bring up the same failures when another problem arises separately from that failure. Failure is success flipped over, and if you review failure in a positive light, your problems will turn to the cooler side of the pillow as you move forward in wisdom. If you have a grandiose personality, you will need help, since the mountains are more difficult for you to climb. So, do not be a failure; control your anger before it controls you and your life.

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