Personality researchers have discovered a close correlation between this sort of arrogance and a lack of honesty (1).Haughty, arrogant people lie, cheat, and manipulate to get what they want.Or he might describe how many women have been after him. Further assessment of the HEXACO Personality Inventory: Two new facet scales and an observer report form. See my related post on the decency of humble men and women: do you psych pros keep writing this stuff? There are tons of very good looking men out there that want sincere monogamous, emotionally intimate relationships and don't even stand a chance because you are filling womens heads with this shit about not trusting based on what the man looks like. this is a very accurate depiction of a rather common kind of narcissist (at least these days, and very common in certain sectors of the corporate world).Or he might make a demeaning remark about members of a certain race, refer to sexually active women as "sluts", or make fun of the elderly. They leave a trail of destruction in their wake, very rarely do they have life-long relationships because people sooner or later get fed up with the constant self-inflation that even attempts to turn clear defeats into 'deliberately sought experiences'.But imagine how sexy he will look sitting on the couch while you do all the cooking and cleaning. Don't let yourself get trapped into a relationship with an arrogant man. I mean, if you want a man (or woman) who's "sincere, fair-minded, and non-greedy," then you must also be sincere, fair-minded, and non-greedy.
He has already begun his "tear-down approach" to leave you feeling as though you want to earn his approval.
You love everything about him: the smell of his cologne, how he dresses, and how his eyes sparkle when he smiles at you.
He raises his glass at the dinner table and says, "Bon appetite! " Suddenly sans twinkle in his eye, he says, "Are you correcting me?
Of course I'm not saying that a man should react strongly but the opposite may not be healthy either.
Take into account that if someone is deceiving you and trying to gain your trust, empathy about a story that bothered you or made you sad would be easily feigned.