When people have a sense of entitlement, they expect if not demand that life and other people be how they want or need them to be. This goes hand in hand with an unwillingness to change their own behaviour and the notion that other people need to change instead to make their picture/s happen.
Tanya Curtis, Senior Behaviour Specialist and founding director of FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre, explains that entitlement does not support us to commit to life or our life lessons in full.
Instead, entitlement refuses to accept the lesson/s on offer and asks others to do it – an impossibility as we all have our own unique life lessons in this ginormous classroom of life we all share.
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