Creon refuses to change his mind or listen to the prophet. This shows his stubbornness in how he refuses Teiresias' advice. Creon Hypocritical ways lead him to understand his wrong doings.
"You'll never hide that corpse in any grave" Line 1159
Creon believes Teiresias is giving him false prophets and does not want to believe what he has said. Creon can not take embarrassment and being made look like a fool when his own words are used against him.
"Among human beings/ the wisest suffer a disgraceful fall/ when, to promote themselves, they use fine words/ to spread around abusive insults"Line 1167- 1170
Teiresias foreshadows the death of Creon's son and wife, warning him of what his actions have caused.
"It wont be long before in your own house/ the men and women all cry out in sorrow,/ and cities rise in hate against you"Line 1207- 1209