A self-centred perspective is a way of viewing oneself and the world that focuses on one’s own needs, interests, and feelings. It is often associated with narcissism, which is a personality trait characterized by an inflated sense of self-importance, entitlement, and lack of empathy. A self-centred person may have difficulty forming and maintaining healthy relationships, as they tend to disregard the feelings and opinions of others. They may also have unrealistic expectations of themselves and others, and react negatively to criticism or feedback. A self-centred perspective can be influenced by various factors, such as early childhood experiences, genetic predispositions, social and cultural norms, and psychological disorders.

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