You've said previously that your 'IRL' personality is quite different from your online one. I think that's quite likely (since most anonymous trolls on the internets would get their comeuppance acting like jerks in real life).
But I think on this here site here most people are a little more genuinely themselves. Who knows, maybe I'm wrong there.
"Explain how I should be treating people if I am doing it wrong. "
Treat other people as if they are worth just as much as you are. Believe it. Because they are. Even if you can run faster than them, punch harder than them, make more money than them, think faster than them, argue longer than them, whatever metrics you use to determining best/worth/valuable, suspend them.
Let others praise you. If they aren't, maybe what you are doing isn't as praise worthy as you thought. Maybe you need to find a way of developing self esteem that isn't built up by tearing others down.
Try to work out what's going on inside their heads. I am a big fan of games like Settlers of Catan to help develop this skill , since you can play it in a social and competitive context Working out where other people are coming from, where they are at emotionally, how they relate to their environment can make a huge difference as to how you choose to relate to them. There's no one right way to talk to people. Context matters.