10 Common Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

Symptom 3: Abnormally important self-esteem

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While a normal person would be balanced and objective in weighing his own importance and self-interest against a subject with higher consequences, but a bipolar individual would always uphold their self-esteem and interest over everyone else, they suffer from the tendency of feeling the most important person on the planet and they expect people to fall in line with their crooked behavior. They get extremely distasteful when someone does not work in accordance with their whims and fancies and they won’t flinch one bit in harming other people, no matter how close, to fulfill their own agenda and self-interest.

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