Abusive Parenting Is Real And Inherited, Here Are 5 Tricks To Stop The Cycle
On 31st July 2018
It is true that abusive parenting is real and can be inherited well, going on for generations causing irreparable damage to the kids psychologically. But this is also true that once you realize your fault and work to find out your triggers and control your behavior and amend your ways then these vicious cycles can be put to a stop. Social psychologist Susan Newman in her new article talks about abusive parenting and ways to deal with it effectively.
#1 Abusive Parenting Is Real And Can Be Dealt With In The Right Way If Intervened At The Right Time
Abusive parenting is real and it goes on and on for generations as just like any other disorder it can be inherited. The cycle if not intervened can continue for ages causing irreparable damage. Social psychologist Susan Newman wants to discuss toxic parenting and also tells a few tricks to put an end to this cycle.
#2 If You Are Abused, There Are High Chances That You Become An Abuser Yourself
Newman came up with 5 ways to deal with abusive parenting, the psychologist says, "If you’ve been abused, you may become an abuser yourself. It’s comparable to alcoholism: If there’s a lot of drinking in the house, it’s likely that your children will start drinking as well."
#3 5 Habits You Need To Watch Out For If You Want To Put An End To This Cycle!
According to Newman, these are the 5 habits you need to watch out for if you think you are an abusive parent and worried that you might pass it on to your kids. Newman says you can end this toxicity and become the parent you have always wanted to be.
#4 Acknowledge Your Wrongdoing And Don't Run From It
The first step in ending your toxic behavior towards your kids is to acknowledge your toxic attitude. Being a parent your child will always look up to you as a star and will never believe that you can do anything wrong. But that does not mean you are in the right always. You know you are in the wrong regarding your attitude and secretly in your heart, you accept it too and feel guilty about it. But that is not enough, if you are wrong accept it, acknowledge it and don't try to deny it or hide it. This is the only way you can deal with the trauma upfront and get rid of this behavior. Newman says, "Being grown-up gives you the distance to separate out what you think of as harmful or hurtful patterns, so you don’t transfer them to your children."