Do you suffer from a Princess Syndrome?

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@Shavkat (65268)
Philippines
September 1, 2012 4:35am CST
Do you happen to know that some women manifest a "princess syndrome". A princess syndrome is some kind of self-centered personality. In short, the feeling like a princess. For instance, a woman claimed she has all the physical attributes that a man has been aspiring for, simply possesing the external beauty. I can not see any hassle if a women boost their self-esteem, depending on how it was implicated. The over do of being full of herself beyond their limitation can lead to annoyance. Don't get miscomprehend me on this point, a hear say from a friend claimed that some girls have the tendency to feel grandeur of themselves. You can determined this type of personality, if a woman carries a hand mirror and always look at the mirror, then it is sign of confirmation. Not only that, they just can't wait somebody to tell them how pretty they are. I have the reason to believe that, it is a ridiculous thing to do. Plus the fact that, majority of them are the product of cosmetic surgey. The most common procedures they used to enhance are their slant-eyed into having a double eye fold. This is not a theory, but it is a reality. What do you have in mind with this fact?
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@NailTech (6890)
• United States
1 Sep 12
Not me, never in a million years. Quite the opposite. My brother is the "princess" here. He doesn't go around looking in mirrors and admiring himself but he does have the tendency to be self centered and selfish like one is.
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@ARIES1973 (9539)
• Legaspi, Philippines
1 Sep 12
It it not narcissism? When you love yourself excessively and you become self centered and egoistic?
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@else22 (4319)
• India
1 Sep 12
I know,women are more beauty conscious.There's nothing wrong with it unless it crosses the limit.My younger sister also suffers from this syndrome.She is more 'authority conscious' than beauty conscious.A type of dictator.Her this attitude manifests from what she speaks,how she walks and everything she does.She believes that she knows everything and is superior to all others.Besides this,she keeps buying all types of cosmetics to make her face look beautiful,but her thoughts and lack of politeness spoils everything.Cosmetics fail to make her look beautiful.
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@leateagee (3667)
• China
1 Sep 12
Kinda new to me. No, I don't suffer from this. I am an only child but I never had everything. My parents had always explained to me taht having too much is bad. Though I had a good and fun childhood. My husband treats me like a queen of our family but I still insists that in a family everyone helps each other and noone is treated as extra special ... everyone is extra special.
@zandi458 (27952)
• Malaysia
1 Sep 12
As the descendant of eve I am naturally beauty conscious and expect the same from my species. It never cross my mind that certain traits in women in the name of beauty is being tagged as syndrome. Maybe some women are overeacting unaware that they have become public siren.
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@toniganzon (53346)
• Philippines
1 Sep 12
The equivalent of this on man is the narcissistic behaviour on men. I've heard of this from a Korean before and at first I didn't understand what he meant. I never met someone who has this Princess syndrome. It's simply arrogance. They do exist though.
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@jillhill (37383)
• United States
1 Sep 12
I know a few of these types of people and they also thing everyone shoule wait on them hand and foot! Yup....don't like doing any work and like being showered with gifts.....
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@tessa9 (1086)
• Philippines
1 Sep 12
I think that most people have their own opinion on what 'princess' mean to them. A princess for me has to meanings. The first one is someone who thinks that she is entitled to everything in life. She feels that she should get whatever she wants when she wants it. The second is someone who expect nothing but the best or good. I see nothing wrong with the second one. I can see how it may seem a little spoiled but I think that if you do your best then something great should come out of it.
@sylvia13 (1851)
• Nelson Bay, Australia
1 Sep 12
Yes, I know the type and I personally find them quite unpleasant. They usually never help anybody, but rather expect others to help them and carry things for them, for instance.
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
1 Sep 12
Fortunately, I was raised by my parents to become a humble, God-fearing and responsible individual. Those that might have this kind of attitude I think were either brought up with a silver spoon in their mouth or were simply spoiled by their parents or just simply want to feel VERY important. Unlucky for them!
• United States
1 Sep 12
Princess to me is a woman who is completely spoiled. She thinks it is her right to get all sorts of good stuff from people. She is never happy with little and has her eyes always on jewelry. Nobody has the courage to tell her that she is pain in the neck because she is overly sensitive and has a tendency to break down into tears. At the end of the day, as you said, they are self-centered. My aunt is like that. You might not believe, she ended up indirectly killing her husband for clothes and jewelry. It is really hard to stand her. But I do think that my older sister and mother have her genes. They are like that also. But I don't think that cosmetics surgery has any correctional with princess. Sure, such a person likes to care only about herself. But what they go for depends largely on where they are brought up. Once on Yahoo Answers, one girl said that her friend was the princess type brought up by rich parents. She buys $3000 purses impulsively.
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@Canellita (12058)
• United States
2 Sep 12
There is a reality show now devoted to the princess personality. The "host" of the show takes each princess and gives her a lifestyle makeover so she can be more mature and behave more appropriately. Have you seen it?
@Shavkat (65268)
• Philippines
2 Sep 12
I haven't seen it yet. May I know the name of that reality show? Thank you.
@Canellita (12058)
• United States
3 Sep 12
It's called Princess. I found this link: http://www.slice.ca/Shows/Princess/default.aspx?Title_ID=251057
• Mexico
2 Sep 12
Hi shavkat: I am a boy myself so the answer is no but I remember I had a friend and she acts sometimes as she though she was the centre of attention and that she was like the most desirable girl in the world and that all the boys were flirting with her. ALVARO
@Shavkat (65268)
• Philippines
2 Sep 12
It was really nice to know about that. Thank you.
• United States
1 Sep 12
It seems to me you are generalizing about women in a negative way. I carry a mirror in my purse. I also carry tinted lip balm. I use my mirror to put the balm on my lips so it doesn't get out of place. So does that make me a princess? I think not. As far as Asian women having surgery on their eye folds, men do it also. It's often done to increase ones chances of landing better jobs. I think the eye folds are beautiful on men and women, but I can understand one's choice to change their look. It's unfair to tack a label on a person like that. It's very narrow minded, in my opinion.
@Shavkat (65268)
• Philippines
2 Sep 12
Thank you for your opinion. But I believe it was not generalized.
@winterose (39918)
• Canada
6 Sep 12
and many men are like that too, the jocks and good looking movie stars, men that are very successful, are full of themselves too. Not everybody of course, but this not just a woman thing. People who are like that man or woman are called narcissists.
@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
3 Sep 12
I think we all do, at least a little. ('The jury's still out' on whether or not we should.) When wondering about that, I think of what the Bible says---something about how 'we're all royal priests through our Lord Jesus Christ' ... i.e. we each have a holy duty to perform, but only because we are heirs of Our Father. And that is where our power and material with which to serve comes-from. So--when we have to 'go worldly' to get some of that material or power (trading something for it, instead of having it graciously given us because of who Our Father says we are)--we get a little upset. (Granted, that 'royal priesthood'-bit of the Bible comes from the 'feel-good propaganda'-section of the Bible--a part of the Bible I don't believe by itself, as it feeds us the ending-effect without paying any attention to the cause except maybe to say 'Gawd did it'--but ... it shows you how some people SHOULD be 'princesses' at times.)
@iola2012 (172)
• Philippines
3 Sep 12
Women have their moments to feel beautiful. They used to sit in front of a mirror as a sacred altar to do their own rituals. I have a simple beauty and never attempted to have a cosmetic surgery.
@AmbiePam (50159)
• United States
2 Sep 12
Unfortunately, I find that there are a lot of "Princess" types and "I am King" types. Women who think they are special belong belief, and men who feel everything they say and do should be either be obeyed or revered.
@riempie9 (1026)
• South Africa
2 Sep 12
If there is such a thing I have no time for it. I am not preoccupied with such things. I must say though that I am not against carefully thought out procedures such as plastic surgery.
• India
2 Sep 12
Hello my friend Shavkat Ji, Well, I have come to grand motehr's age, whithout having such kinds of feeling and making my self as a artificial look. I know , what I am, nor my lone daughter. This is greatest weakness among our folks that they want to presnt themselves as most beutiful on this earth. Why?. I have yet to understand. God has made verybody loving and beutiful. Go by nature. May God bless You and have a great time
• United States
2 Sep 12
I certainly don't suffer from this. I never feel like a princess, and I don't want to be a princess. I want to be more than that. I want to be strong, tough, be able to argue my way out of anything... oh heck, I want to be like the She-Hulk! She is strong, tough, can argue her way out of anything, and gets any man she wants. I want to be as awesome as she is.