This sense of entitlement also produces a feeling that they are entitled to punish those who do not provide their required respect, admiration, or attention.
In the general population, the largest number of personality disorders fall in the Cluster B group.
The four personality disorders in Cluster B are: A pervasive pattern of disregard for the rights of others and rules of society.
As a neighbor, they spread rumors, create disharmony in the neighborhood, and steal our lawnmower.
As a family member, they maintain themselves as the center of attention and keep the family in an uproar, or they may be the 45 year old brother who has never worked and remains dependent on the family for his support.
Their sense of entitlement and inflated self-esteem are unrelated to real talent or accomplishments.
They feel entitled to special attention, privileges, and consideration in social settings.
Individuals with this personality are excessively dramatic and are often viewed by the public as the “Queen of drama” type of individual.
They are often sexually seductive and highly manipulative in relationships.
(Source: In considering individuals who create the most damage to social and personal relationships, the abusers, manipulators, “players”, controllers, and losers are found in Cluster B.