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6 Ways Unloved Daughters Self-Sabotage (and How to Stop) | Psychology Today

The inability to see how our behaviors — how we act in the present, long after childhood — were shaped by how we were treated in childhood impedes both healing and change, and promotes self-sabotage. Because it’s easier to brush off a toxic childhood and normalize it — that way we can tell ourselves that “the past is the past,” and we can congratulate ourselves for surviving it — than it is to confront it, we hold ourselves back. While it’s the lack of maternal love and support we recognize first, the real damage lies elsewhere. Our inability to thrive, be happy, and to set and meet goals for ourselves can be traced to childhood roots.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/tech-support/201808/6-ways-unloved-daughters-self-sabotage-and-how-stop

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