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You are not doing him a favor by letting him stay in the long run. how do you relate this according to different cultures?Asian cultures are normally more involved & mothers tend to smother & it's considered normal...does that mean asian cultures have an epidemic of peter pan-syndrome or is peter pan syndrome measured according to what's normal in western societies only? My specialty (or one of them) is love in Western cultures.But in today's culture, with so much helicopter parenting, it's safe to assume that both men and women can exhibit these behaviors.Little Prince (or Princess) Syndrome is related to, but not identical to, Emperor Syndrome, a term is primarily used to describe Chinese boys with no siblings who behave like little tyrants.It will help make their children better people in the long run. Sounds like you were on the receiving end of a boys relationship. There is probably a reason DSM doesn't categorize this. Seems to me the only bitterness here is on your side. But it's been a long haul and he needs to be on his own. Sure, he is your son but it's still not okay for him to use you for comfort and convenience, and what not. He didn't do that and he also didn't pay me so now here we are I making a move out and he has no money.
This form of outrage I am proposing is also a very strong form of passive racism and belittling which then hopefully manages to offend all sets of people on both sides of the fence.
Anecdotally at least, they tend to move out from home very late (sometimes in their 30s).
Even once they have moved out, the mother tends to play a crucial role in their lives.
But even in Western cultures, you sometimes find this pattern.
Italian boys, for instance, are often smothered by their mothers.