Whoever strives for personal superiority prevents his connection with the community. He does not seek integration with others but their subordination. With that, he naturally disturbs the harmony in life, in the society and among his fellow human beings. Since no one is made to allow himself constantly to be under a yoke, those who seek to dominate. . .will face enormous difficulties. If they wish to bring their tendency toward overbearance and superiority into [their relationships], they must either find a partner [or client?] who appears to submit to them, or they must struggle with a partner [or client?] who also seeks superiority or victory. . .or can be enticed into it. In the first instance we see a transformation. . .to slavery, in the second there is a constant mutually generated struggle for power that has no promise of harmony. (Adler, 1926)
A superiority complex is in fact, just a disillusioned inferiority complex. Thank you Koibito for succumbing to my craziness.