I find myself wondering why you've made this thread. Did you make it because you view your narcissistic complex as something unhealthy, or did you make it so that others would affirm your world view? Your statement about how you don't believe that you can "fix" this problem would lead me to believe the former of the two suggested possibilities; please correct me if I'm wrong.
Of course, your apparent unwillingness to change is demonstrated by that comment as well. You're so far above the rest of us that the only way you'd be able to get along with people is by suffering some sort of severe trauma to the brain? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you're deluding yourself. Quite a bit, in fact.
One of the symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD for short) is having an unfaltering belief in your own abilities without having any experiences to back said belief up. You claim to be so intelligent, yet I ask you - what have you contributed to the world? What advances have you spurred forth in the fields of science, art, music or literature?
So far as I'm aware, you have no evidence to support your claims of superior intelligence. Even taking an IQ test and being certified as a genius gives you no right to look down upon the world - there's millions of people who qualify to join Mensa and other high-IQ societies. If you're so dissatisfied with ordinary people, go and visit the Mensa website, pay the fees, take an IQ test, and associate yourself with people who would be more at your level. Assuming that you'd even qualify to join.
With no ground to stand on except your own admitted arrogance, where do you get off espousing superiority over 95% of the population? What makes you so special? Honestly.
If you haven't done anything to prove your intellectual worth, then there's no use in believing in it. Narcissistic personality disorder (I'm using that as a reference; this is the Internet, and I can't diagnose somebody I've never met) affects a relatively large portion of the worldwide human population, and virtually all of those affected think the exact same way as you. That they're better than everybody, or at least better than *most* everybody. And, you know, they're just taking a guess that there's people out there who are more intelligent, more beautiful, or more talented than them. They haven't actually been able to find anybody that fits the criteria. But still.
I'm sure you have reasons for feeling the way that you do. I'm sure that you go through each and every day struggling to hold a conversation, simply because the majority of us simians are unfit to be in your presence.
Seriously. Social ineptitude does not equate to unparalleled genius and/or brilliance. It only translates to you having an inability to carry on a conversation.
In conjunction with your isolation, you're building up a a wall against the world (and hiding behind it). Rather than confronting your demons, you've decided to lie to yourself, reassuring your conscience that you're only the way that you are because other people made you that way. To be honest, you're not doing much more than putting on a show to conceal your deep-rooted sense of inferiority.
To reiterate, go out into the world, meet more people. That's the best chance of overcoming your particular personality quirk. Chances are, you'll eventually find somebody you respect. Maybe that respect can be spread around to be all-inclusive.