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The lack of affection and love in childhood often has repercussions on adult life. Many behaviors bear witness to this.

Every childhood is different. Some grow up well supported, while others struggle to survive. find sources of affection. This period considerably influences adult life. Common patterns then emerge concerning people who grew up with little love. While this obviously does not apply to everyone, some similar behaviors are emerging.

People who missed affection in their youth are characterized first of all by their independence. They built themselves on their own and continue to do so.&nbsp ;While this doesn't mean they can't build connections, they often feel like they can't count than on themselves. They even struggle with their lives. accept help from others, seeing this as a sign of weakness. They are nevertheless tenacious and know how to adapt: ​​they are experts in the art of overcoming difficulties.

For social relationships, it's very complex, as personal development expert Adrian Volenik explains to us. s of HackSpirit. Instilling confidence in them is not an easy thing. Having been é Disappointed by the past, people lacking love put in place a protective mechanism. At the same time, they develop a great fear of rejection and then prefer not to open up for fear of suffering or # 39;&be abandoned.

People who lacked love during their childhood have these qualities and faults

These people also tend to focusing on what could go wrong and always being wary rather than enjoying the good times. Thus, they sometimes choose to extricate themselves to avoid taking risks or facing conflicts. The fear of being hurt then prevents them from creating deep bonds.

Conversely, if they decide to get involved in relationships, they will often give everything, going up to 'à forget their personal well-being. In search of recognition and approval, they will be ready to participate. everything to get it, don't have to do anything to get it. putting no limits on commitment. They will also constantly need to be reassured.

In relationships, they are also very empathetic, which becomes almost paradoxical. Having experienced an emotional lack, they understand others more easily and are more sensitive to their emotions and show compassion. A quality who can push them again think of others first. 

Furthermore, there is often a great lack of self-esteem among people who have lacked self-esteem. of love in their childhood. Their severity towards themselves pushes them  sometimes à believing that they are not worthy of being loved or even of succeeding in life. They thus unknowingly practice a sort of self-sabotage and set up their own obstacles.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116