Greetings moms! If you didn’t know by now i’m your biggest fan and I love you all because “You are the dearest. That said, I do not wish to provoke anyone who reads this, i just simply felt a need to write about it. I was asked a question from a business associate, and the questions was, do you spoil your little boy? This was a fair and harmless question due to the nature of the ambiance and the many vodka martinis that was being passed around at the holiday party I attended.
While i have been guilty of this in the past, I do understand the consequences and in many cases the repercussions that parents face as a result of spoiling their children. As i was asked this question, I felt the the eye of scrutiny from a far, as a few other parents conversing and listening in.. My answer was Yes and No! My readers will develop the No part of the answer as it rises, and as it should, after reading this.
if a mom has continued to spoil their children well into adult years. If it wasnt a healthy spoil, then i feel that at that point it is much too late and now has become a bigger problem. Some parents may spoil either one of their children and even more so, especially if there’s just one child in a home. I can certainly understand those reasons. A lot of moms are even guilty of spoiling their boys well into those manhood years. I question if this Is at all healthy for the young male adult. I believe a young male adult should have the know how of accepting his responsibilities and not relying on others in his quest on becoming an adult. There’s nothing worse than an adult bratty man complaining and not getting what he wants.
Is this a healthy developement for men to grow into if Moms are always there bailing out their bratty sons whenever they continue to make numerous mistakes? Or, does mommy’s consistent bail-out transcends to something that could perhaps have more serious consequences because the boy is unprepared for the harsh reality of life?
Does spoiling a child corrupts the young male version of responsibility? How about his version of accountability? Would he become any less of a man if he depended on his Mommy all the time? Once an adult, if he’s luckily enough to get married, what if his wife realizes how much of a mommys boy he really turned out to be? Is this fair to her? What if she didnt realize this before she married him and now saddened with disappointment?
What are the residual affects of a man that’s indoctrinated with being a “Momma’s Boy”