• a god complex is a psychological term that is used to describe a person who believes that they are all-powerful and all-knowing, and who behaves in a way that reflects this belief. someone with a god complex may believe that they are superior to others and that they have the right to make decisions for others without their consent. they may also be unwilling to listen to others or to consider their opinions and feelings.

    examples of god complex behavior might include a boss who makes decisions without consulting their employees, a teacher who refuses to listen to their students' ideas, or a parent who insists on making all the decisions for their child without considering their input. in general, someone with a god complex may have a tendency to be overbearing and controlling, and they may struggle to see others as equals.