Princess sickness (or princess syndrome; princess disease) is a term to describe a psychological phenomenon affecting young women, especially teenagers, and can be characterized by numerous physiological disorders, including narcissistic personality disorder, egocentrism and histrionic personality disorder, consequently resulting in individuals acting like or believing that they are "princesses".
Males with similar characteristics are regarded as having "prince sickness."
The term originated from East-Asian nations as a result of economic growth, particularly in China and in East Asian Tiger countries, where economic growth and prosperity led to disparity between the upper and lower classes, leading to the upper class investing heavily in their children and sometimes doting on them to a pathological degree.
Raising nonsensical requests and demands to others 对他人提出无理要求
Advocating materialism 崇拜物质主义
Having extreme emotions 情绪极端
Being self-indulgent, not logical 不合理的自我放纵
Not concerned about social issues 不关心社会问题
Not willing to take any responsibility (to shirk one's duty) 不愿承担责任(逃避责任)
Being self-centered 利己主义
Desiring to be an authority 希望成为权威
Yearning to rely on others 渴望依赖他人
Having a strong sense of self-superiority 极度优越感