Last Updated on December 2, 2019
There is nothing wrong with wanting to give your child the best of everything, be it toys, food, clothes, allowance, lots of affection, and permission to do what they love. But are you aware that there is a fine line between “pampering” and “spoiling” your child?
When this line blurs, you go from a “good parent” to a “push-over parent” which ruins your child’s behavior, causes them to never take no for an answer, and lose respect for you.
Parents often realize their own mistake of overindulging their children or excusing their bad behavior only when it’s too late and the kids grow into selfish, materialistic adults who care more about owning things than valuing their relationships with others.
Reading this list of five warning signs your child is spoiled and how to handle it could only mean one less parent with a bratty kid!