Does a spoiled child ever really grow up?

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  1. Nightchu profile image60
    Nightchuposted 4 years ago

    Does a spoiled child ever really grow up?

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    Richie Alburoposted 4 years ago

    Yes spoiled child will grow up,but there are some effects of being spoiled brat when they are start to grow up.Spoiled brats may become authoritative.All they want must be done or accomplish.The tendency of becoming mentally disturbed if they do not get what they want.Worst some parent spoiled their son or daughter even they are old enough to make decision for themselves.

    1. Nightchu profile image60
      Nightchuposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I completely agree with you my friend.

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      Richie Alburoposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you so much Nightchu.God Bless

  3. savvydating profile image94
    savvydatingposted 4 years ago

    Spoiled children can grow up, but it's a steep uphill battle. Also, such individuals would have to reach a point of wanting to change. Spoiled children never learned the importance of delaying gratification, thus they assume life should be easy and "things" should  come to them. They reject the notion that anything worth getting takes work and discipline; consequently, they suffer from entitlement issues and tend to make lousy friends and partners.
    Some spoiling of a child is natural, but too much really ruins the child and future "adult." I wish more parents knew this. On the other hand, being too strict is also problematic. Good parenting requires balance. One size does not fit all. Each child should be respected for their individuality.

    1. Nightchu profile image60
      Nightchuposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Very true, thank you for your well thought out comment!

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    Abi Helenposted 4 years ago

    Yes and no, No because both my little sister and cousins (little brother and sister) are spoiled brats and I can never see the total change in them, they have momentary changes but revert to their original, after a day or two (this happens mostly if they are little kids) and yes if she/he has good school environment, then I think they will mature on their own.

    1. Nightchu profile image60
      Nightchuposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you smile


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