According to Richard Bromfield, in his new book 'How to Unspoil Your Child Fast; A Speedy, Complete guide to Contented Children and Happy Parents'. What's the danger in spoiling a child? First, you're only making your job as a parent more difficult. (That is, of course, unless you like whinning.) But more importantly, you're also not helping your son or daughter develop into a well-adjusted adult who can handle the normal setbacks that life is sure to throw his or her way, says Bromfield.
My personal opinion, more importantly, some spoiled kids even run the risk of having financial problems later in life. That's because they don't learn the very important lessons of delayed their request or learn the value of money.
I've started telling my son and daughters that if they really want something they can buy themselves by saving. Of course the source from us but there are many way to reward them. (I guess you guys know better, rite?)