Think you grew up with emotionally immature parents?
Keep reading to see if your experience compares to the common signs.
I know it may feel alarming or bring up feelings of resentment, but I want you to remember one thing: GENERATIONAL WOUNDS. Parents who are emotionally immature are wounded children. They are letting their wounded inner child run the show. And that sucks.
You know what would suck even more? If you let it run your life or pass it on to future generations. Instead you can feel the feelings of the impact and then take responsibility and heal.
SIGNS YOU GREW UP WITH EMOTIONALLY IMMATURE PARENTS:
TYPES OF EMOTIONALLY IMMATURE PARENTS:
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This is timely with my current situation, I'm currently living with my emotionally immature parents and it greatly affects the relationship that I have with my own family, both mentally and emotionally. Most of the signs mentioned are being characteristics by my parents. They are are self-centered, they care more about themselves rather than my emotional needs and even the needs of my kids. They don't respect my opinion and even that of my husband. They always think of what is best for them and don't even consider my situation. We are currently staying with them at the moment, and I'm hoping to get away soon from them so I can provide care and respect for my own family, something that they missed providing me.
3/23/2023 10:23:40 am
Thank you for this article. I strongly agree that emotionally immature parents can unintentionally inflict deep emotional wounds on their children, hindering their growth and development. Seeking the help of a psychotherapist can provide a safe and nurturing space for healing and counseling, helping parents break the cycle of emotional immaturity and improve their relationship with their children. Don't let emotional immaturity stand in the way of your child's well-being and future, seek the help you need today.
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