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(For simplicity's sake, I use the term Little Prince below, and refer to the role of mothers, not father, but the signs are applicable to all genders.) It's unusual for a Little Prince to possess every one of these traits, so it can be hard to identify them. What to do will depend on our answer to that question.
Their ability to lure you into their world with their childish innocence and charm makes it even trickier, but their concerned mothers, and their own irresponsibility and selfishness, eventually give them away. If he lives at home, perhaps it's time for him to move out.
Part of what contributes to this, in my opinion, is the lack of an appreciation for personal autonomy in non-Western cultures.
Child and parent are much more often considered a whole, which can lead to Little Princes and Little Princesses.
You are not doing him a favor by letting him stay in the long run. how do you relate this according to different cultures?
Asian cultures are normally more involved & mothers tend to smother & it's considered normal...does that mean asian cultures have an epidemic of peter pan-syndrome or is peter pan syndrome measured according to what's normal in western societies only? My specialty (or one of them) is love in Western cultures.
As a result, children are more often seen as an extension of the mother or the family. Or if you are white, talk about how offensive this is to people with dark skin.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.Such parental behavior is also sometimes referred to as emotional incest.* Peter Pan Syndrome is traditionally thought of as a situation in which a grown man is childish and immature, despite his age.Men's (and women's) adult behavior and attachment style is to a large extent grounded in parenting style.If indeed a whole culture has a certain parenting style, this may result in little childish narcissistic children (for the most part).
But in today's culture, with so much helicopter parenting, it's safe to assume that both men and women can exhibit these behaviors.