Your Drug Addicted Queen baby

Your Drug Addicted Queen baby
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To understand Your Drug Addicted Queen baby, let’s imagine for a moment we’re returning to the womb. Here we feel warmth, security, comfort, freedom, and power. All our needs are taken care of. We are the center of our universe. We are cared for just because we exist, and we are perfectly content. Infancy also encourages our Your Drug Addicted Queen baby attitudes. Our loud demands for food, attention, and care are answered immediately. We are again the center of a vast queen-dom; our wishes are all-important. Through the natural maturing processes of childhood and adulthood, most of the Queen Baby mentality is discarded and replaced by more appropriate coping skills.

Some of us, however, advanced through the stages of physical growth without shedding this immature creature – Your Drug Addicted Queen baby. The drugs don’t have to be alcohol or weed. It can be getting high on aggression and acting out. Adult children love tantrums. Sound familiar? For us, Queen Baby never forgets the wonderful, warm security of prenatal and infant life and will try again and again to experience it. Queen Baby strives to recapture the total contentment of every need being met.


In attempting to regain the security of infancy, Queen Babies continue to function with the same feelings that gratified them so long ago. Tiebout says that “when infantile traits continue into adulthood, the person is spoken of as immature” and this immaturity is tied to the traits of feelings of omnipotence, inability to accept frustrations, and doing things hurriedly.’

Queen Babies share a wide range of personality traits. None of us has all of these traits, but we will probably find many that describe us. Queen Babies may show these characteristics:

1. often become angry at or afraid of authority figures and will attempt to work them against each other in order to get their own way

2. A Your Drug Addicted Queen baby will seek approval and frequently lose their own identities in the process

3. Your Drug Addicted Queen baby is able to make a good first impression but are unable to follow through

4. have difficulty accepting personal criticism and become threatened and angry when criticized

5. have addictive personalities and are driven to extremes

6. are self-rejecting or self-alienated

7. Your Drug Addicted Queen baby will often immobilized by anger and frustration and are rarely satisfied

8. are usually lonely even when surrounded by people

9. are chronic complainers who blame others for what’s wrong  with their lives

10. feel unappreciated and think they don’t fit in

Does you adult child not want to grow up?


Within many Your Drug Addicted Queen baby folk, is a scared, lonely, shamed boy or girl who whispers self-defeating thoughts based on a lifetime of negative messages. We constantly compare ourselves to others and feel we don’t measure up.

These feelings of worthlessness, self-blame, and I-don’t-belong become a central part of our personalities. Queen Baby – a selfish, demanding being – emerges as a reaction to these feelings of shame and inadequacy. As we childishly strive to be accepted and to please other people, we begin to seek things from the outside to feel better inside. Designer clothes, fast cars, attractive girlfriends or boyfriends, drugs, and the excitement of life in the fast lane help ease our pain. We develop attractive, magnetic, charming exteriors to get our way. Your Drug Addicted Queen baby types are Pleasure-seeking, power- seeking, and attention- seeking devices are used to fill the void, but the void remains. No amount of love, status, money, or fame is enough for the scared little child in us. If this is your adult, who believes it is still a child, then you’ve fallen prey to the Petra Pam Syndrome.

Your Drug Addicted Queen baby

Seeing this as a weakness, the Queen Baby part of us will try to destroy, attack, and push aside our scared little child. By denying these feelings, Queen Baby ultimately blocks out the fact that the scared little child exists.

The Inner Struggle

Understanding Queen Baby is difficult because things are never as they appear on the surface. There are two prime motivating factors: first, the scared, lonely, child who does not want to be hurt anymore and, second, the Queen Baby who is never satisfied.

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