Hate your Childhood? How Toxic Families Create Deep Webs of Emotional Issues in Adulthood





There’s a dark history of families that is never talked about



There’s a dark history of families that is never talked about — Innocent children are (intentionally or unintentionally) exposed to childhood traumas which entirely influence their emotional intelligence as adults.

  • “Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.” — Oscar Wilde




Adulthood is a product of many messed-up childhoods. For many people, several childhood traumas culminate into distinct problems during their adult life. There’s the toxic family challenges children have to face innocently, and the determined struggle to emerge from those deep-rooted family believes or dark histories. There’s always the nudge to pivot the acquired moral virtues which stemmed from the whole mess which is growing up. Many people eventually turn out to be unbalanced, emotionally immature, and sometimes crazy beautiful adults because of these early traumas.