Spheres of control – pride and proud of it
The common thread is an over-inflated sense of self-worth, and a belief that he or she is better than almost anyone.
Did Walter White see that reflection in the mirror – or the blood dripping from his chin? Hidden behind dark glasses and big-screen fantasies, he became whomever he needed to be in order to achieve his objective.
Seen, felt and heard were the rant towards others – treating them terribly or rudely. Interaction became incredibly demanding and lacked empathy.
Giving up control truly means control. It, however, is foreign to the narcissist.