DEFINITION OF TERMS
The person who is too proud to acknowledge their faults and weaknesses cannot improve and it is difficult for them to ask for help concerning their problems. They are too concerned and self-conscious about their self image (how they appear to themselves and others) to realize that their pride is preventing them from learning and growing.
They quickly develop egotism and personality disorders.
The festering boil of pride that is a product of "The Fall."
- Inferiority complex
- Inadequacy complex
- Childhood hurt
- Adolescent hurt
- Feeling that “I have to do everything myself and cannot accept help from others.”
- Feeling separate from Life and Existence
- Denial of soul, God, and spiritual living.
- Narcissistic self obsession
- Relates to many aspects of life purely from the level of “how does this influence my self image?”
- Denial of life issues and problems
- Prevents problem solving
- Defence mechanisms
- Hyper-competitive personality
- Personality disorder
- Sarcasm: Persistent
- Neurotic guilt (because the pride confuses
- Neurotic anxiety (as problems remain unsolved and life gets worse)
- Unfairly blaming others for problems and pains.
- Avoidance of approaching problems and life issues.
- Barbaric nihilism
- Uncaring attitude
- Cynicism (belief that things cannot get better)
- Black and white ego definition: (I am the best/I am the worst)
- Avoidance of self improvement
- Upset, hurt, hostility, aggression, violence (because of jealousy and pride)
- Hostility towards assistance
- Social interaction confusion
- Depression (as others avoid them)
- Hurt feelings
- General stagnation
- Perceives and relates to life only in reference to their own “self image.”
- Lack of consideration for others, life, and Existence
- Balanced mind
- Social skills
- Healthy personality
- Spiritual qualities