7 Ways that Women Who Were Unloved as Children Struggle in Their Adult Lives
The way in which we are nurtured and raised as a child can have a significant impact on how we handle life as an adult. Our childhood experiences help to shape our understanding of the world, and how we are expected to act and react to it. It is the job of our parents to teach us, guide us and set a positive example.
Authors and experts on childhood development Judith R. Schore and Alan N. Schore wrote, “Attachment experiences shape the early organization of the right brain, the neurobiological core of the human unconsciousness.” It is this part of our brain that is responsible for processing through, as well as storing memories that work both to shape how we view emotional events as well as the feelings that they evoke.