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Because in those families, there is all the more love to go around.
Little Prince (or Princess) Syndrome, when it occurs in adulthood, is also known as Peter Pan Syndrome.
The condition does not figure in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), so it is not considered an official mental disorder.
But it is a common condition, one which often results from an overly protective mother (or father)—a helicopter mom, or a parent who gives their son or daughter free range, and too much praise and attention, during childhood and adolescence.
Parents need to stop looming over their children and release the reigns a little. The PHDs or the anonymous alt-right username who acts exactly like the narcissistic man-child described above? If he already moved out, that--needless to say--is not going to be an option for a wake-up call. If that doesn't work, then you need to set boundaries with him--start small and explain to him why you are doing what you are doing. He didn't do that and he also didn't pay me so now here we are I making a move out and he has no money. We are fighting and I feel like the bad gut, yet I offered many timelines, extensions, help, and he did not comply- except for the part about stopping to Pay me rent while he saved for his own place.
It will help make their children better people in the long run. Sounds like you were on the receiving end of a boys relationship. There is probably a reason DSM doesn't categorize this. Seems to me the only bitterness here is on your side. But it's been a long haul and he needs to be on his own. Sure, he is your son but it's still not okay for him to use you for comfort and convenience, and what not. He didn't do that and he also didn't pay me so now here we are I making a move out and he has no money.