Knowing how an unloving mother can affect her children can liberate you from all your guilt and self-doubts.
When a parent is not emotionally connected to their child, whether intentionally or not, it becomes difficult for the child to see their own selves in a positive light.
Emotionally Abusive Behaviors And Attitudes – WithholdingRestrictingIsolatingThreateningAbandoningRagingConstant criticismRidiculingDemeaningBelittlingCoercingAccusingOrderingIgnoringMinimizingSubtle non-verbal cuesDenying one’s realityNegative labelingChronic deceit@Lostie Vernick
“Family is supposed to be our safe haven. Very often, it’s the place we find the deepest heartache.” – Lyanla Vansant
Did you know that the root cause of your difficult relationship with food lies in your troubled childhood?
Children of narcissistic mothers grow up having poor self-esteem because of the lack of empathy and humiliation they experience throughout their childhood.
Parents have the right to reprimand their children when they make a mistake, but when such behavior starts to impact the self-esteem of the child, then it can be emotional abuse.
Narcissists raise children who suffer from crippling self-doubt.
Learning how to understand and make peace with your childhood is one of the most healing and empowering experiences you could ever go through.
Toxic parents are often very dominating, abusive, and manipulative and only want their children to dance to their tunes.