Even good marriages bend under the weight of the misunderstandings and lost hopes and dreams. If you find yourself wanting to disbelieve or minimize, examine that impulse. For example, an adult male, who was beat with belts and boards during childhood if he did not clean his room fast enough, may grow up to beat his girlfriend or spouse with belts and boards if she does not clean the house fast enough. I obviously had captain save a hoe issues. Communicating with a partner is essential in any relationship, but it is especially critical—and, often, especially difficult—in a relationship with a person who has experienced childhood trauma. The majority of marriages fail, either ending in divorce and separation or devolving into bitterness and dysfunction.
Even good marriages bend under the weight of the misunderstandings and lost hopes and dreams.
Would you DATE SOMEONE with a MESSED UP CHILDHOOD?
I not only felt discouraged about own love life, but I felt like a fraud trying to help others achieve success where I had failed. This can also give you an opportunity to address difficult issues that can benefit from the guidance of an experienced professional. For your partner, being able to talk about their trauma and its effects can be tremendously powerful and creating an environment in which that can happen is essential. Believing your partner, however, does not just mean believing in what they tell you about the events of childhood trauma, but also the effects of that trauma. Life is easier when you don't do criminal shit