You could easily spot it in the grocery store: the screaming, the crying, the throwing of their teeny, tiny body onto the floor. It’s a spoiled child, and sometimes our kids just can’t help but act that way.
Or can they?
While some of the signs of a spoiled child are right before our eyes (see above), others tend to be more subtle. We spoke with Lori Mackey, founder and CEO of Prosperity4Kids, Inc, and Neale Godfrey, author of Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children, to hear about eight signs that our own kids could be spoiled … and what we can do about it.