If I ever need one, I definitely want you to be my lawyer.
Failing to provide concrete examples, it can reasonably be concluded that the problem lies exclusively within your own mind.
If I see a person that I perceive as more beautiful, or smarter, or richer, or in some way more "superior" than myself, and just looking at the person, I say to myself, "Wow, they are a conceited, hateful snob, I hate them," am I not being the hater? Am I not acting out of jealousy, or fear of rejection, or feelings of inadequacy, rather than basing my dislike of the person on the person actually having unlikeable characteristics?
And, for fun, let's just pretend I'm extremely superior-minded about some trait that I may or may not possess. Then, in your mind, my superior-mindedness, or pride, or whatever you like to call it, is a bad way to be. Therefore, your attitude of being non-superior-minded or humble is a more superior attitude. Therefore, you actually are superior-minded or prideful about your supposedly better attitude or way of being.