Spoiled child is something no one want to deliberately have but most people ended up having them without knowing exactly how it all happened, and the effect could be very disturbing.
Take for instance, you’re standing in the queue line at the store to make a payment when your son grabs a “Frozen 2” stuffed animal. “Mommy, can I get this Olaf doll? I really, really want it!” And you never planned to pay any extra cash aside what you queued to pay for.
And when you say no to him, he immediately yells “I hate you!” very loud for everyone to hear before launching into one of his regular fights: kicking, crying and screaming same time. People are watching at you two, and guess what’s going through their minds: “Wow, what a spoiled child.”
That is a clear sign you raised a spoiled child even though you didn’t know you’d done so. But don’t worry, we’ll run a short series on ”what makes a child spoiled, and more ‘signs your child is confirmed spoil’ and then ‘how to un-spoil your child’.
Meanwhile, the spoiled child problem seem to be getting worse than it used to be. A good number of parents think their kids are more spoiled than they have always been at the same age, according to a 2011 survey report from Parenting and Today Moms.
We’ve asked parenting professionals to reveal the signs that you might be raising spoiled children. We’ll be publishing the shared advice that will help you undo some of those behaviors you didn’t know their origin. Although parents contribute to the development of most of them.