We see it all the time at Patrick Henry Family Services.
Many of our children sabotage their own success, and they’re pretty creative about it. There is a growing body of evidence that suggests childhood abandonment leads to self-sabotage in adulthood as well. I’ve seen it plenty of times in my own life.
As an adult, I lived out behaviors learned from my dysfunctional mother. Just as things would settle into predictable routines, I would get an itch to change things or move. When you grow up constantly being victimized, it’s easy to play the role of the victim. But, I’m much better today. In time I experienced a transformational reset back to my created settings. Today, I’m living a healthy and productive life. You can too. Contact us today to learn more.
Take Away: Your childhood does not have to determine the quality of your adulthood.