Have you ever used the words “spoiled brat” to describe a kid? When someone uses those words to describe a child, it is usually used in a negative context to describe a behavior that is a direct reflection of a person being acclimated to getting whatever they want, when they want it. If you ask a group of 10 adults if they like “spoiled brats,” at least eight of them will say no.
So, why do you decide to raise your children to be the very thing you despise? Did you know that your child can learn some valuable character-building skills by experiencing limitations and frustration?