Because of this trauma you experienced, you grew up changed, different from other children, missing important parts of necessary parenting that prepare you for adulthood, missing parts of your childhood when you were forced into unnatural roles within your family. For some of you, it has led you to attempt to flee the pain of your past by alcohol or drug use. Others of you feel inexplicably compelled to repeat the abuses that were done to you on your own children or with your own spouse. You were innocent, and your life was changed dramatically by forces in your family you had no control over, and now you are an adult survivor of that trauma. This article will discuss what these families are like, what is the impact of growing up in these families, and what you can do to begin the process of healing.
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3 Problems People From Toxic Families Often Struggle With
Dysfunctional Families | Topics | Counseling Services | Kansas State University
I cooked and cleaned and made sure my little brothers got off to school. My Mom was always depressed and stayed in bed -- she was in the hospital a lot. I guess I never really was a kid. Now, I work hard to get As, take on lots of responsibility, put on this competent front. Inside I still feel really empty.
So you've finally put some distance between yourself and your toxic family. Good for you! Whether you've stopped talking to your toxic parents entirely or just built some very sturdy emotional boundaries to protect yourself, you've taken an amazingly hard and amazingly important step toward building a happier, healthier life. I wish I could tell you that all the hard work is over. But as a fellow escapee from a dysfunctional family situation, I know that the legacy of your toxic family takes a little more time to shake — especially since you're probably dealing with some very real emotional or mental health challenges due to your upbringing.