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As far as stealing, would not steal directly but do so indirectly generally by cons. My sense of self worth has sometimes been extremely narcissistic when a child I have been feeling in the last few years that I'm not sure who I am anymore, and I'm starting to think it is because the self image I cling to is not in fact me, but is an overcompensation from when I was outcasted as a child at school, criticised excessively at home, but also told I was 'gifted'.
My young mind decided I was 'special' and that's why I was alone - others were just too stupid to understand me. I suppose that protected me at that time. I'm not sure I was ever particularly entitled, but I did think I was superior up until my teen years to other kids, I meanand I notice that I am also attracted to narcissists and 'see myself' in them. I get the sense that I am 'finally with someone on my level', like 'I belong here'.
It's a status thing, I think. Fortunately, I'm aware such ideas are absurd and as a much more balanced adult am able to see that and question it.