11+ Signs Of Narcissism In Kids
Living with a narcissist can be one of the most difficult experiences we can ever go through. They are in every sense of the world “chaos,” the living walking embodiment of chaos!
Narcissists know how to play the victim and do so with great success — thus making our attempt to warn others about them, all be for nought!
And narcissistic kids can be just as bad!
If you are wondering if you are raising a narcissistic kid then this article is for you!
These are some of the signs that your child may be a narcissist. Be able to look for the signs early on and stop them from becoming a narcissist.
Heaven knows, the world has TOO MANY NARCISSIST RUNNING AROUND!
Let us do our very best to curb those numbers from rising!
Know These 11 Signs Of Narcissism In Kids
“Yes, you will. And I will warn you now that not their blood but your suspicion might build evil in them. They will be what you expect of them…I think when a man finds good or bad in his children he is seeing only what he planted in them after they cleared the womb.”
“You can’t make a race horse of a pig.”
“No,” said Samuel, “but you can make a very fast pig.”
― John Steinbeck
1 – They Believe They Are Better Than Other Kids ~ Signs Of Narcissism In Kids
Now being confident is NOT a bad thing. Being confident does have its perks.
Confident people achieve great things in life, they are much happier, and they are not as easily swayed by the masses and the opinion of others.
This last tidbit is a huge trait that I believe we should all cultivate in our children; especially in today’s sensitive world.
The ability to say what’s right and to stand up for what is right is a great power.
However, if your child takes pleasure that they are better than other kids and go out their way to kick other kids down, this is a HUGE red flag that you do not want to ignore!
True strength is not about knocking down others…it’s about knocking others up!
2 – Hard Time Maintaining Friendships ~ Signs Of Narcissism In Kids
It’s a harsh truth to swallow; but we will just lose friends in life. That person we were the closest to a year ago and now means nothing to us, can weigh on our hearts and minds.
However, if you find that your kid is making friends one day, calling them their “best friend” one week and the ditching them and calling the a new kid their best friend the next week, be mindful.
These are the same tactics that narcissist do when they want to love bomb someone and condition them into being what they want them to be.