Let go of the need to be perfect and right all the time, it is a road to self destruction.
The “need to be right” pattern of behavior is an accurate way to get a barometer reading of one’s perception of themself.
Having a Mr/MissRight attitude all the time means:
You believe you are superior to others.
You will miss out on opportunities to learn from other people’s opinions.
You have to be right to feel important.
Your thinking one-dimensional. You must work on being more open-minded.
You have a tendency to dominate a conversation, unable to converse properly, listen or have a normal back and forth dialog. You are only fixated on your opinion and cannot wait for the other person to finish speaking to counter their viewpoint. In some cases you may even interrupt the other person to interject what you need to say.
You have to prove you are right as a way of putting others down or criticising them. It gives you a feeling of winning, which empowers you.
If you are wrong you feel flawed, inferior, or upset.
Your identity is dependent on your need to feel that you are right.
Maybe you or someone you know engages in this kind of behavior. This is not a healthy way to achieve your goals in life. It is a deterrent. You may have sensed resentment from others and not know why. Take a look inside and make the decision for change if you feel you fit into this pattern. Can you even admit to yourself that may be be suffering from the need to be right syndrome?
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