Narcissism is a personality disorder where individuals feel they are entitled to grandiosity and consider themselves of primary importance, according to PsychCentral. Narcissists display a pattern of behavior that includes a constant need for admiration with no regard for the needs of others.
People with narcissistic personality disorder often exhibit patronizing attitudes toward others and are unable to recognize their own faults, explains PsychCentral. Narcissists appear to be disdainful, selfish and snobby, and often are unable to see or recognize their own faults or weaknesses.
Narcissists often become preoccupied with success, beauty, power and ideal love, and hold themselves of a person with high status, oftentimes unable to distinguish between reality and fantasy, according to PsychCentral.