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Is your child just a little rascal, or a narcissist in the making?
Temper tantrums, unreasonable demands, and grandiose fantasies.
These are normal behaviors to expect from a kid, right?
You may have been the same way when you were a kid, and you grew up fine.
Kids are expected to misbehave, demand attention, and be self-centered...up to a certain point.
But when their behavior begins to be disruptive - or even destructive - then it may be time to take a closer look.
Do they have an inflated self-image that’s becoming more tiresome than endearing?
Is their sense of entitlement making them harder to please and more difficult to deal with?
Is their need for attention getting to be extreme that you have less and less time for your other kids?
You might not know it, but your parenting could be influencing your child’s behavior.
Researchers have found that parents who overvalue their child’s qualities are more likely to have narcissistic children.
And these narcissistic tendencies might be carried over into adulthood.
If you’re worried about your child’s self-absorption, it might help to learn more about the concerning characteristics of narcissism and how these may manifest throughout childhood.
In Narcissistic Child, you will discover:
- How you could be unwittingly encouraging narcissistic behavior, even though you’re just trying to build your child’s confidence
- The troubling behaviors to watch for in your child that could be early signs of narcissistic tendencies
- How to tell the difference between typical childhood self-centeredness and insidious narcissism
- Why not helping your child every time they need it is actually helpful for their development
- The number one thing you should never say when your child is acting up if you want them to listen to you
- How the well-being of your other children may be at risk and how to teach them to protect themselves from a narcissistic sibling
- The valuable life skills to teach your child that will help them handle disappointment and adversity maturely
And much more.
Every parent wants to protect their children and keep their feelings from being hurt. But by shielding them too much from life, you’re not preparing them for it.
Being used to constant undeserved praise will make them expect it and react negatively when they don’t.
Being told they’re special all the time will lead to the worldview that other people are inferior.
There may be a lot of things out of your control when it comes to your child’s personality, but this early age is the perfect opportunity to mold them into people who are confident but not conceited, strong but not bullying, and ambitious but not entitled.
If you want to raise well-adjusted children who will become empathetic, compassionate adults, then scroll up and click the “buy” button right now.