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Can spoiled children eventually make something of themselves?

Or are they basket cases for the rest of their life?

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 1403/02/2013

Yes if you wake up and join the real world and function like a human being.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 103/02/2013

Spoiled rich kids run the world.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 203/02/2013

What R2 said.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 403/02/2013

What exactly does "spoiled" mean? Is one of the definitions lack of discipline (being spanked as one of the methods of discipline)?

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 503/02/2013

You're looking at proof positive.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 603/02/2013

[quote]Spoiled rich kids run the world.

Sing it, sister!

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 703/02/2013

They can become word slinging cunty concoction creators who betray their Mommie.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 803/02/2013

I guess I was spoiled. We weren't very rich but I was an only child and the absolute center of my parents life. The fact that I was the smartest, most handsome and desreving was contantly reinforced. I don;t think I turned out so bad. After public school education I got into a good East coast college (Williams)and have had (so far)a successful and interesting career in publishing. My parents still treat me (I'm 45) like I was a Prince.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 903/02/2013

Watch Captains Courageous. Maybe you could get a job on a fishing boat.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 1003/02/2013

Nip the problem right in the bud!

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 1103/02/2013

I'm with R11.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 1203/02/2013

R9, do you have a good self esteem? Partnered? Only children are stereotypically difficult partners. Set in there ways and all. Just curious. I haven't known many only children.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 1303/02/2013

I'm not R9, but my partner and I are both only children. I think we relate to each other in a way that people who have sibs wouldn't. We had very different upbringings, though. I would say that I (growing up in middle-class America) was spoiled and he (growing up in post-War England) was not.

by Spoiled kid turned adultreply 1403/02/2013
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