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Deep Down, You Feel Anger Toward Your Parent(s)

To this day, if you still feel indescribable anger toward your parent, it may be because of how they acted toward you in the past — in an emotionally abusive manner. “The parent in question may be nice to you now, they may treat you reasonably well, but you have an anger, a rage, or an angst when you think about them,” Joshua Klapow, Ph.D. clinical psychologist and host of The Kurre and Klapow Show, tells Bustle. “The sight of them makes you frustrated and stressed, and you may actually not be able to explain why, as you may have blocked out the abusive actions.” He adds that if you have ill feelings toward or even loathe your parent now, it is possible they were not the kind person then that they seem to be now.

https://www.bustle.com/p/15-signs-you-had-emotionally-abusive-parent-but-didnt-know-it-9971869

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