Tiger_Moth: People with antisocial personality disorder tend to display glibness, a type of superficial charm that provides them a grandiose sense of self-worth. As an instance :-Personally I would pass them a spliff..
Correcting people when they're wrong.
People with a high need for control often feel the need to always try to win the argument or have the last word.
Refusal to admit when they're wrong. Hands down, one of the traits that most annoys their friends.
Judging or criticizing others.
Some of the most judgmental individuals you will ever meet are men and women with a high need for control. They are highly principled, with opinions on everything from how people should hold their fork to how people should live their entire lives. These men and women have an answer for everything, and they come across as sanctimonious or hypocritical to those who know them well.
Have you ever had to deal with this in a relationship or in the work place and how do/did you handle it.?
Asking for a friend.
If that failed a swift kick up the jacksy usually gets the message across.. Mornin' Tiger..
Wed Jan 13, 2021 3:53 AM CST