Two Types Of Inferiority

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It is perfectly normal to see how other people might be doing better in life more than you, it is actually pretty healthy, because you could actually use that as a some form of motivation. However, some people suffer from what people call is as an unrealistic inadequacy throughout the person's entire life. It is most commonly known as having inferiority complex. It is basically when someone feels inferior in any type of way in almost every situation. TWO TYPES OF INFERIORITY • The first type are those people who actually know they are either good looking, intelligent, etc. but they actually still feel inferior, which can be a mysterious feeling of not being good enough. It can either be caused by a bad experience that made him or her feel…show more content…
The greater the feeling of inferiority that has been experienced, the more powerful is the urge for conquest and the more violent the emotional agitation.” Alfred Adler BEING EXTREMELY SENSITIVE When a person feels inferior, he or she is most likely to feel rejected all the time, and every comment people give him or her, even if it is positive, he or she will take it the wrong way and just think of every negative thing possible. It is just their way to reacting towards things so sensitively. It is pretty difficult to deal with a person who is incredibly sensitive, but it is more difficult to actually change that about yourself if you are one, because it is certainly not something to live by. BEING OVERLY CRITICAL Another major sign that you have inferiority complex is that you are definitely overly critical about yourself and in everything that you do. Being overly critical can actually be connected to being a perfectionist. People who has inferiority complex often think and feel that every single thing they do is never good enough or will never be good…show more content…
For instance, there is a young man who aspires to be a painter, he is indeed very talented and absolutely incredible at what he does, the only problem is, he doesn't think so. Instead of being able to paint the most beautiful paintings, he always end up throwing everything aways because nothing is ever good enough for him, so at the end of the day, he will think of himself as a failure, because of the extremely high standards that he put on himself. ALWAYS COMPARING YOURSELF TO OTHERS This next one is probably the most common one, a person doesn't need to have an inferiority complex to think and act like this, especially in this generation, but it is a major sign. Comparing yourself, what you do, what you have, and even who you are, to others, can actually be a person's worst quality. Some people have it severely, and then there are some who doesn't even realize this themselves. People who has this particular habit of comparing themselves to others, never feel good enough. They never see their good side, because they always look at others. All they see is their flaws. People in general are not perfect, there will always be a glitch in life. The most common thing that people compare their lives to is about living a particular lifestyle. They would envy their neighbor who are traveling, who has the new car, it is basically
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