How many women did we grow up watching the movie of Cinderella and wish to find a prince to rescue us? Well, this thought, beyond being a fantasy of childhood, can be a syndrome to accompany you all your life.
The Cinderella syndrome It occurs in women who have an unconscious desire to be cared for, as a consequence of their fear of being independent and taking responsibility for themselves.
It was first described by Colette Dowling, who wrote the book "The Cinderella complex" and reveals the signs that betray this complex.
1. They are idealists and fantasists to the point of paralyzing themselves and doing nothing to progress or change that which causes them frustration.