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Re: Parent/Child Cognitive Functioning Susan47

Posted by pinkeye on April 4, 2005, at 14:32:21

In reply to Parent/Child Cognitive Functioning, posted by Susan47 on April 4, 2005, at 14:00:44

I can relate to that so much. Every day I wish my mother had little less anxiety of her own so I don't have to deal with so much anxiety myself.. and that my fahter was a little more emotionally mature person. My mother used to be terrified of illness all the time, every day she will complain of some new illenss, and I am realizing I am picking up the same habit.. and my father used to terrorize me and my mother all the time.. and it is taking forever for me to break the patterns.


I wish they had been little more mature and wise, so I don't have to struggle so much.

But maybe it is never late, CBT says that people learn throughout their life.. childhood is very important but it doesn't mean the end of the world if things go bad. Maybe you still can change and show them what a great life they can.


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