Princess Syndrome Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment

March 17, 2008

Princess SyndromePrincess syndrome is a mental disease that’s effecting millions of females worldwide, females that have princess syndrome are usually dumb, slutty, attention whore seeking wanna-be princesses. Although this mental disease is known worldwide, one could put up a very good argument that it started in America due to the lameness of the media.

Who’s at risk

  • Spoiled females
  • Females that try to be like others too much (read: insecure)
  • Females that turn to the media in search of a role model
  • Females with extreme jealousy
  • Females that feel the need to stir up drama to make their lives more exciting


  • Feminazism
  • Bad parenting
  • The media
  • Paris Hilton
  • Other girls with princess syndrome


  • Extreme insecurity
  • Urge to be the center of attention (read: attention whore)
  • Never taking responsibility for anything
  • Wanting everyone to know she’s a princess
  • Drama queen

How to spot a female with princess syndrome

  • If 9/10 of her friends are ugly, this points to the symptom of insecurity. You should also note that these females are the type that play hard to get but are really total sluts.
  • If she’s with 10 other bimbos that are just like her. Unlike the insecure female with ugly friends, these females are openly slutty.
  • If she has no real goal in life and thinks her looks will not only get her everywhere in life, but stick with her for the rest of her life – DELUSIONAL.
  • If she plays too many games. If you give into these games, eventually she’ll think you’re just a nice guy, and if that’s the case then she’ll just use you to show herself that a male is interested in her. This makes her feel wanted and temporarily cures her insecurity, don’t give into these games.
  • If she tries to be like Paris Hilton


Stages of Princess Syndrome
The following 3 examples will show you the progression of this mental disease throughout a females life.

Early Stages of Princess Syndrome
Sweet 16: Audrey
This is the early stage of princess syndrome, where being the center of attention and letting everyone know you’re a princess is more important than learning real lessons about life.


Advanced Stages of Princess Syndrome
The Moment of Truth: Lauren Cleri
This is the perfect example of the typical American girl living with princess syndrome. These are the girls that were good looking in high school, thought they’d stay that way forever and looks would get them everywhere, and as each year went on their good looks started to fade. These girls eventually settle down and end up living a normal life, but have to fill their lives with drama to make their lives feel important like they once were in high school.


Irreversible Stages of Princess Syndrome
Hilary Clinton
Can someone please just shut this woman up already? Hilary makes it seem like there’s nothing wrong in lying, bitching, and always making yourself look like the victim. Hilary attacks Obama by saying he wouldn’t have gotten where he is today if his skin color wasn’t black, but can’t you say the same thing about Hilary in a different sense? Where would Hilary be if she wasn’t a woman? Let’s be honest, a lot of her voters are delusional women that don’t care about the issues and just want to see a woman as president, how many times have you seen an interview where a female is asked why she’s voting for Hilary and her response is “It’s time for a woman to be president!”? No, it’s time for Americans to look at the issues instead of focusing all their attention on skin color and genitals.
Hilary Clinton



  • When a female asks you a question with the sole purpose of temporarily curing her insecurity, answer truthfully. For example, if a female asks you if she has cellulite, and she in fact does, answer yes. You may think you’re being mean, but lying to her to make her feel better will only catch up to you over time as her ego grows.
  • When a female constantly begs to be the center of attention, just ignore her. Allowing her to be the center of attention will eventually catch up to you.
  • Never let her lure you into arguments with her, this shows her that she has control of your emotions and that you have a weak heart. You don’t need to let her know who’s right or wrong, she knows the correct answer herself, and she’s just stirring up an argument to make you say and feel otherwise.
  • Use them for sex or ignore them. You may think you’re being mean by using them for sex, but they’re using you to make themselves feel wanted and to cure their insecurities. Females with princess syndrome are whores, they love to be degraded, that’s why these type of girls never go for the nice guys, they want some asshole guido douchebag. Nice guys are the ones that pamper them, so at the end of they day all they want to do is get fucked and call you their daddy.
  • And when all else fails, take a lesson from Sean Connery…

There isn’t always a way to cure princess syndrome, and with treatment, it may still be possible to spread princess syndrome. Slapping a bitch may not prevent all recurrences.


41 Responses to “Princess Syndrome Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment”

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  2. AllWomenAreWhores on March 18th, 2008 1:38 pm

    Under the list of “Causes” you need to add: feminism.

  3. Traverious on March 18th, 2008 3:02 pm

    I too have borne witness to this syndrome, and doing my best to deal with it. Thank you for posting this, people may brush this off as a joke, but it truly does exist.

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  5. Bison on March 18th, 2008 4:32 pm

    omg, you really hate women!

    I have to believe that this post was written after a long night of getting shot down by girls at the bars!

    Please seek help before you reach the stage where you turn into some demented stalker.

  6. admin on March 18th, 2008 5:31 pm

    AllWomenAreWhores – Done.

    Traverious – Glad you liked it and even found it helpful.

    Bison – I don’t hate women, I don’t care for women with princess syndrome. There are plenty of women out there that are perfectly fine. Don’t jump the gun and think something over before commenting.

  7. Jesse the Space Cowboy on March 19th, 2008 9:02 am

    I am a prity princess!

  8. Badger on March 19th, 2008 10:10 am


    Standard response. Do you all own a manual that you read from when someone criticises a woman.
    You must hate your mother, you must have got shot down, etc. Blah, Blah, Blah. So predictible.

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  12. dude on April 25th, 2008 8:22 pm

    You obviously have no idea what feminism actually is. It is funny that you listed the US media as a cause of “princess syndrome” (because it gives women a skewed picture of what should be expected of them), but then turned to that same media to define feminism for you rather than actually picking up a book and finding out what feminist theory is actually all about. Good Job! Keep up the sexism!

  13. Rich on April 26th, 2008 11:54 am

    funny post – like it

  14. Emmie on April 27th, 2008 1:53 am

    I think this is a great post (honestly, I shared it with close friends!), but I was a bit disturbed by “feminism” being listed as a cause. I would change it to “radical feminism” or “feminazism”. Feminism is simply not thinking that vagina = sub-human. Radical feminism and the feminazis are when you get into the man-hating, holier-than-thou behavior.

    Oh, and that Sweet 16 footage is priceless. I hope it haunts her for the rest of her spoiled days.

  15. admin on April 27th, 2008 3:48 am

    sphragidon – Isn’t it funny how you have to insult my intellectuality before saying I’m right? Try improving that, it really shows what a weak person you are. Regarding your talk about the same thing happening to men, it’s already been posted here. Regarding your insults, like I said before, they really show how weak you are. Like they say, the smallest dog barks the loudest. Learn how to control your emotions.

    Emmie – Thank you. I’m glad you were able to understand the humor in it and I appreciate you talking about how feminism is listed in this article without insulting my intelligence.

    dude – I know what feminism is, you’re missing the point. This is a humorous, laid back article. Most people (average people) who read this article have a very different definition of feminism than a person who’s educated on feminism. I admit I’m wrong for spreading this false definition and have changed it to feminazism as Emmie suggested.

  16. Will on May 5th, 2008 11:21 am

    I found this surprisingly entertaining. Well done.

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  18. J-Beat on May 9th, 2008 1:30 am

    Sorry to all of you out there that went “You’re being sexist”, and took this article so seriously..

    Look at Paris Hilton.

    Watch an episode of “My Super Sweet 16”.

    Try not to get angry at the fact that these spoilt little girls are getting the treatment a saint deserves, only to throw it back in the faces of those dishing out the praise + gifts as it’s “not the colour I wanted”.

    It makes me sick to see that women out there are defending the behavior of these spoilt, self-centered, arrogant, slutty, little girls that have a really really unhealthy obsession with fame and/or riches.

    You should be ashamed to be accepting these girls as anywhere NEAR to the reputation your gender deserves.

    I believe that a woman/lady/girl should be proud of herself for having to go through so much more bodily change (or hell, as I’d like to call it, as I’ve seen my mother and sister go through it), and coming out as a strong, proud, and if she choses to express it, feminine individual.

    Every month, from a very young age, females have to go through something that would bring us men to our knees. The male population would be nowhere NEAR as high as it is right now if we had to go through menstruation, menopause, childbirth, or even the differences to our body that estrogen has.

    We’d be killing ourselves before we’d even learnt what real pain was.

    These “princesses” go through just that, also, but don’t strive to be anything like a REAL woman should be.

    They end up as fake, fame-hungry, selfish, money-grabbing, slutty little girls that, should they lose their parents, would crumble in to a tiny ball of thin, cracked stone, that would turn to sand at the slightest touch from anything deemed as “hard work” by us regular, hard working types that have to suffer every single day because we don’t have what these “princesses” have.

    It’s kinda sad, you know. When they reach the age where they need to fend for themselves, they’re going to fall in to the hands of a predator, and end up as prey.

    Alternatively, they’ll curl up in to a ball, and hope that their problems will just “go away” or “leave them alone”.

    We all know how they “need their own space”.


    Anyway, I guess the point I’m making is…

    Ladies, please don’t defend these girls. You should all be proud to be different from them, and be striving to make yourself what they should be striving to make themselves, instead of just living off of mummy and daddy, and complaining that the gifts that they’re showered in aren’t quite what they would have wanted.


  19. DoNY on May 10th, 2008 3:20 am

    “You do not understand the theory of Feminism”…

    This has been covered.

    “Never let her lure you into arguments with her, this shows her that she has control of your emotions and that you have a weak heart. You don’t need to let her know who’s right or wrong, she knows the correct answer herself, and she’s just stirring up an argument to make you say and feel otherwise”

  20. Jesus H. Christ on May 12th, 2008 10:21 am

    An excellent start of the analysis of today’s westernized female. But Princess Syndrome is like herpes; at this point in time there are only treatments, but no cure. Maybe that is why so many with princess syndrome in fact have herpes. IMHO the best way to fight Princess Syndrome it is by ignoring them entirely. But I hope to see this page continue with the latest in treatment against this affliction to help combat it.

  21. C on May 12th, 2008 1:54 pm

    Had to laugh about the girl who did not want the brand new car, Mom’s like get this thing out of here! haha! Didnt really need to see the temper-tantrum itself but that’s ok, I see it all the time. Crying like a little baby to get what she wants, like a two year old, and these people want equal pay, egads!

    Yeah, I’m going through life ignoring the princess girls, it’s not difficult to do being that they are so into themselves.

    As someone mentioned though, men can be suckers too!, glad I didnt go that route. Plenty of decent gals out their, just can’t believe anything she says and I’m tired of the head games. Ever notice how just about all women personal adds say no games, yeah ok, sure master manipulators.

  22. Steff~ on May 25th, 2008 4:31 pm

    And this manifestates in the form of “floggers” in my country. Poor people. Total life ignoring is the only cure for this sad souls.

  23. tegan on May 27th, 2008 1:16 am

    nice to see you changed it from feminism to feminazi…. :)
    although bad that some people see all feminism as feminazism.
    bad for the people that have “white-male” syndrome. “all the black people and females get more benefits then me” etc etc you know the type. :)

  24. Kam on June 16th, 2008 11:06 pm

    Its pretty much self explanitory, the only people who complain about this article are THE WOMEN THAT IT DESCRIBES. Women who arent like this wouldn’t jump on the offensive. They would agree with you.

    Well done.

  25. a name. on September 21st, 2008 2:57 am

    This made me chuckle :) Although I’m not able to watch the videos (thanks to my internet), the text part got to the point.

    People that take offense to this need to calm down and realize that it’s just harmless humor.

  26. Teri B. on September 29th, 2008 2:58 am

    I don’t get how “feminazism” or “radical feminism” can possibly be a cause either, since the point of both of those is that one doesn’t CARE about male approval, looking “pretty,” etc etc. Feminazis are against everything Paris Hilton is, so this is just bizarre.

  27. Teri Piper on December 21st, 2008 10:44 pm

    Funny if it weren’t so true. Women should not complain that you are sexist, as you gave the ‘douchebags’ equal time.

    Thanks for the laughs.

  28. Lynzi on January 7th, 2009 12:17 am

    I think this article kicks major butt!!! It helped me see myself a little better and the Male version of this article rocks, too! I read that one first… and loved it! It described a lot of the men I’ve been with to a T!!! Loved it!!!!!!!!!!!

  29. Dawn on January 12th, 2009 2:36 am

    Wow. Hilary a princess? Give me a break. This a hard working educated woman competing in a man’s world. You want to know where she would be if she wasn’t a woman? The fact that she’s made it so far in a man’s arena just show’s characater of strength and perserverance. Not something you find with princessess. The question should be where would she be if she was a man? Probably president?? Most woman I know like her because of her character and policies. The way you paint her it sounds like you could be listening to too much b.s. or perhaps you are just narrow-minded. The Obama you speak kindly towards chose her as Secretary of State. Is he nuts or does he have the respect for her that you should?

  30. Alfie on February 22nd, 2009 6:06 pm

    Regarding the ‘Princess Syndrome’ on PlentyOfFish —

    I’ve got a prime example of someone that’s got princess syndome for anyone that wants a laugh. Yes this girl is fairly attractive, but she’s got greasy hair in natural shots, but most importantly a absolutely terrible personality. Which you can clearly see from the profile itself — she brags about herself all the way through it.

    She even puts “Good luck” on her profile, which takes the biscuit! To remind the guys that getting a date with her is like winning the lottery!!

    Sheesh!! If anyone messages her and quotes me here it’d be a bit of a laugh :o) — her alias is cl4re*25.

  31. Monica on May 24th, 2009 2:29 am

    i used to be friends with a girl like this. I’ve known her since jr. high school, and i’ve came to realize that i stayed friends (off and on) with her for so many years simply because i known her for so long (difficult to just cut ties with a long time friend).

    but this year, I finally cut ties with her because she was just too demanding, vindictive, selfish and a big shit starter. Everything in this article applied to her and then some. She felt worthless without a mans attention, lied, decieved, manipulated men (and bragged about it) cheated on her boyfriends with online dudes, had different persona’s when around different people to garner attention and to aid in manuplitation, was extremely jealous, and loved to create drama because her own life was shitty (which is why I dropped her as a friend… she attempted to create some serious drama with me, but I wasn’t about to have it and realized that she was a negative force that I needed to dispose of).

    One thing that should have been included in here is “helpless maiden” type of princess. Similar to old fairytale princesses like snow white and cinderella, and like my ex friend… these girls love to wait around for someone to save them and they love to play the victim role. My old friend would always talk about how she wanted a rich man to “rescue her” but she would never do anything so save herself (like get a real job, go to school… even go to the gym!) Also, like everyone with the woe-is-me victim mentality, she never took credit for her faults, was never at fault in an argument, everyone is “against her” or “didn’t understand” or was responsible for whatever shity situation that she put herself in…. always a victim. if you never met her, you’d fall for her same ol songs,

    One thing that sticks out in my mind is when (somehow) we were discussing gas… you know… farts (ah, the mindless things girls will chat about), and she said “My farts dont stink”. I told her, EVERYBODYS farts stink, and what made hers so special. and she said that shes let out some silent ones and I never noticed… i told her that I did notice, but was polite… she still held her ground that her farts didnt stink…. looking back on this girl, and how untrustworthy and catastric she was… I developed the thought that one should never trust one who believes their farts (or shit) doesn’t stink. People like that will never admit fault, will always be willing to argue and will be disasterous… only a princess could think their body waste smelled like roses…

    obviously, i could go on…. (sorry so long)… but yeah. I know some “princessess” and they suck!

  32. charles on July 6th, 2009 9:11 pm

    does perez hilton have princess syndrome

  33. B. Honest on July 31st, 2009 12:50 am

    Men reach an age when they know they’re getting older but don’t want to accept it. So they start chasing younger women wanting benefits but no responsibilities or commitments and feeling he-manish for dating a younger woman while again blaming those women. Talk to the hand.

  34. J on August 30th, 2009 11:07 pm

    Unfortunately, these girls are not only from america – nor are they only young girls.
    This ‘slutty’ part confused me, ‘loose’ or ‘flirt’ might be more accurate words.

    I had been married to one (from russia) for a few years – I guess I was just the ‘nice guy’ victim. In her 30’s , but she had never lived on her own – or worked for her own rent (no reality experience).

    I saw ALL of these traits below as Clearly Problems in Her:
    * Extreme insecurity (always depressed and complaining about life -eeyore)
    * Urge to be the center of attention (flirting with every being that talks to her)
    * Never taking responsibility for anything (denial , forgetfulness , false promises)
    * Wanting everyone to know she’s a princess (telling the world she is upset)
    * Drama queen (blowing up for no reason)

    She was depressed almost every day continuously ;
    often complaining how hard or horrble her life was (cinderella) – while I was the one working ;
    she would flirt with – any guy that talked to her ;
    she would peridically blow up every few days – saying “I wanted this …”, “why didn’t you do this for me …”, etc -which ended as her argument relieving her to feel important (center of attention) ;
    usually trying to make her happy – she ignored or just led to more of her complaints ;
    she was like a Log to have sex with – like she did not want to be there – even when she often initiated the sex (usually just taking off her clothes andlying there).

    So I see this problem in middle age women also.

  35. Joe Shmoe on September 5th, 2009 11:36 pm

    Its funny…. because its true

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  37. Rhonda on March 1st, 2010 9:31 pm

    It’s “affecting” not “effecting.”
    It’s tough to read a story that has basic grammatical errors in the very first sentence. Spell check, anyone?

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  39. SimplyMe on May 1st, 2010 7:21 pm

    I agree with 95% Of this article; however, I don’t believe wanting to be wanted, or wanting to be complimented warrants Princess Syndrome. No one wants to be degraded (unless you’re into that type of thing), called ugly/fat, etc. or to be un-loved.

  40. fishinabarrel69 on June 3rd, 2010 1:33 pm

    How is it at all bizarre? Feminazism stems from the selfish need to blame everything on the outside world, on men, on ‘society’, on the government, on the hideous ‘patriarchal system’, that there is never, ever a need to improve yourself, to frankly look at oneself in the mirror and find something lacking. There is no such thing as contentment, because it’s all about materialism, of giving me more, me! More money from my ex, more rights for me, more power for me, more handouts from the government for ‘my people’ (hence, ME, my ‘team’. the funny thing is: it’s all actually very macho, very competitive, very agressive, and very masculine. Of course, the automatic response to such wording is not to look to see there is any truth to these insights, but to attack! Oh, you’re probably are looking for someone submissive, to some wallflower. No, just looking for decency and respect is what people USED look for. But now, it’s all about the superficial, of wording like the ‘men’ in woMEN’ looks all wrong. These are all superficial, makes people feel better for a while, but does nothing to address character, and understanding.

    Attack responses: These never address the original question, it’s attacking to move onto another topic. The original question is: am I just blaming everything on things outside, instead of making connections with everyone (not just the people on my own ‘team’), and creating, finding out about differences, and learning from those differences. instead of segregating, dividing, getting angry, and getting really ‘energized’ from that anger, but not realizing it is ALWAYS short term, being jazzed by getting angry at SOME element OUT THERE, instead of being introspective. .

    All this blame gaming, all this me-ism stems from the SAME cultural mechanisms! The media only reflects society, and then heightens it. The media cannot take 100% of the blame because it’s not run by some conspiracy driven society of men in dark suits plotting world domination. The media only heightens what American society has become, it is not the egg to the chicken that is American consumerism and self centeredness.

    Anyway, that’s about nuff said, methinks!

  41. ZB on June 18th, 2010 4:52 pm

    Three girls I have dated and 1 girl that I was really good friends with all were plagued with this syndrome. Only ONE girl that I have dated out of the four was actually likeable. Just what the hell is going on here? It seems like this is a pandemic for women.

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