How to Know That Your Child is Spoiled: 7 Signs That Your Child is Spoiled
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How to Know That Your Child is Spoiled: 7 Signs That Your Child is Spoiled

How to know that your child is spoiled: 7 Signs That Your Child is Spoiled! A spoiled child means manipulative and demanding child, who hates to be cooperative. Parents sometimes spoil their child with easygoingness. In this article you will learn about the 7 signs which reveal that your child is spoiled? Read on to know the symptoms and signs of a spoiled child.

Are you wondering why does your child behave in a strange way? If your child has started to act badly with no reasons, there are chances that you may have spoiled him/her. Read on to learn about the 7 signs which reveal that your child is spoiled?

Here is the answer to how to know the symptoms and signs of a spoiled child and how to spot whether your child is spoiled or not?

1 A spoiled child loves to throw tantrums very often

Though tantrums are considered normal in little ones, when a child of age above 5 year throws a tantrum, it is surely a sign of spoiled child. You will find him/her throwing tantrums frequently in public and at home. He /She would not care about you or people watching around him/her. The child would simply throw a fit of temper if he does not get what he wants.  

2 A Spoiled child always try to control Adults

A spoiled child wishes to control his parents and adults. He always expresses his dissatisfaction with what he has. He wants his parents and elders to listen and pamper him. Spoiled brat hates to hear no and always want you to pay attention to him.

3 A Spoiled child is lazy

Another sign that your child is spoiled is that he is lazy to work and assist. He will show extreme dependence on parents. Spoiled child would not like to help in any household task and even his own daily chores. He would not let you leave him. He does not want to get along with people and other children.

4 A Spoiled child does not like to share

It is true that little ones find it difficult to share and give. However, a child of age above four must be willing to share his toys and stuff, which he likes. If a child is feeling harder to share his things then it is a sign of a spoiled child. A child who acts selfish and does not want to share his stuff with other kids, shows a sign of being spoiled.

5 A spoiled child Ignores You

No kid likes to hear the word "No" from his parents. When a spoiled child hears No, he throws tantrums or simply ignores the parents. A spoiled child just ignores the parents when the parents say No.

6 A spoiled child isn't Ever Satisfied

Spoiled children often cannot express satisfaction and contentment with what he or she has. If he sees another child with a nice toy, he will want that instead and throw tantrums. 

7 Routine tasks with bribe at all times

Parents who need to bribe their kids with money, toys, treats or the like in order to get the kids to do routine tasks is a alarming sign of being spoilt. Kids should do routine tasks without bribes. "If you do this ,i will give you that" this is indeed an excellent way of spoiling your child. 

A spoiled child means manipulative and demanding child, who hates to be cooperative. Parents sometimes spoil their child with easygoingness. Once you are aware of the signs that your child is spoiled, you should learn from your mistakes. Discipline, boundaries and patience are three keys to handle a spoiled child.

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Well written and eye opener for all parents. Thanks

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