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7 Signs You've Raised A Spoiled Child (And What To Do About It)

7 Signs You've Raised A Spoiled Child (And What To Do About It)
Experts say it's possible for parents to "un-spoil" a kid, but only if they set limits and stick to them — yes, even in the face of a tantrum.

You're standing in the checkout line at the store when your son grabs a "Frozen 2" stuffed animal. "Mommy, can I get this Olaf doll? I really, really want it!"
When you tell him no, he yells "I hate you!" loud enough for everyone to hear before launching into one of his regular fits: kicking, screaming, crying. People are glaring at you, and you know what's going through their minds: "Wow, what a spoiled brat."

If this scene sounds familiar, you're not alone. The spoiled child problem appears to be getting worse, too. In fact, 59% of parents think their kids are more spoiled than they were at the same age, according to a 2011 survey from Parenting and Today Moms.
We asked parenting experts to reveal the signs that you might be raising a spoiled kid. Below, they also share advice that will help you undo some of those behaviors.

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