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Are My Kids Narcissists?

There’s a new study out that says parents are turning their children into future narcissists. I’ve never thought I was overvaluing my children: I’ve always taught them to have self-confidence, but am careful to remind them that they aren’t better than anyone else. But then I took a look at my kids … and I started to see signs that may prove me wrong. Let’s examine the evidence, shall we?

1. My daughter takes forever to get ready in the morning.

Image Source: Heather Spohr
Image Source: Heather Spohr

What, does she think she’s the Queen of England or something?

2. My son expects me to wait on him hand and foot.

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

He just sits there and shouts out the foods he wants! “Cookie! Cheerio! Boo-berry!” Like I’m a short-order cook!

3. My daughter’s obsessed with drawing pictures of herself.

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

Just wait until she finds out about selfies. Oh wait, that ship has sailed.

4. She loves to stare at herself in the mirror.

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

She even used to kiss her reflection sometimes. SMH.

5. And my son gets mad whenever things don’t go his way.

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

Maybe he thinks he’s too good for naps.

6. My daughter is already writing her memoir.

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

Only 5 years old and she thinks her life would be a bestseller.

7. Meanwhile, my son is quite literally getting a big head.

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

I mean, look at it!

8. And my daughter is forever saying, “Look at me! Look at me!”

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Image Source: Heather Spohr

As far as she is concerned, I am only her audience.

Article Posted 2 years Ago

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