How to deal with a person who always put him first and find it hard to care about others?
Why deal with them at all if they bother you?
Each of us gets to choose our own friends, lovers, and spouse.
All relationships are at will. You get to choose who you spend your time with and if you are forced to be in a room with someone you have the option to either ignore that person and focus on why you are there or choose not to allow yourself to emotional invested in their behavior.
Maybe you should take a page from them and (not care) about them! :-)
Keep that person at shoulder distance at all time. Don't let them be a good friend, just see them from time to time. If they don't care about you, they aren't worth much as a friend. If they are your boss, you are doomed. Just working through it is all you can do. As a family member, they are usually the shunned family that makes them even more bitter.
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