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Unconscious parenting. This scenario sucks and is far too normal in our society. I guess they did the best they could not being actually ready or good to reproduce. People like this should not have kids at all. If people without issues were the only ones having kids, human would have gone extinct a long time ago. Parents were children too and probably have the Sometimes I Question My Sanity But My Betty Boop Told Me I’m Fine Shirt issues and dysfunctions from their childhood as everyone else. I think we are living life too comfortably these days to have the luxury of complaining about not being raised perfectly. years ago we would have just been grateful to survive childhood and would have been working hours a day by the time we were.
My father left when I was 4 and my mother was an alcoholic so I was neglected, molested, always hungry and in foster care for a while. I went to therapy and took control of my own life when I was an adult. I certainly don’t blame my parents because they had messed up childhoods themselves and did the Sometimes I Question My Sanity But My Betty Boop Told Me I’m Fine Shirt they could. My mother eventually got sober and went to therapy and my father matured and came back into my life. It doesn’t matter how someone was raised, they will always have issues. Life is hard for everyone.
We should be grateful for what we have because there is always someone who has it worse. We live exceptionally better lives than most people alive now and holding grudges against our parents because they were crappy parents doesn’t help us now. Most people, like the Sometimes I Question My Sanity But My Betty Boop Told Me I’m Fine Shirt in this video, weren’t tortured by their parents. Not getting enough affection or having parents who work too much and then growing up to tell them they didn’t do a good enough job is such an entitled attitude.