Parents-Children Relationships

Why look at parents children relationships?

Parents-children: What force might be that big that it impacts all your relationships and relationship problems?

Parents and children relationships . . .

The relationships you have or have had with your own parents, mother and father or early caretakers.

Yes, your parents children relationship or relationship with other early caretakers impacts all relationships later in your life.
This is the reason why we look at parents and children relationships closely
How this impact works you will be learning shortly.

Your parents may live close to you, they may be living someplace else or may be passed away.
You might not have been raised by them or one of them or only for a short while.
You may or may not have an active relationship with your parents at the moment
Whatever is the case . . .

With all due respect their influence on your life, all your relationships and relationship problems is tremendous!
This influence can be seen in most people if not all, throughout all cultures and times.

• Parents Children Relationship Problems Tip:
If you would like to be happier in your relationships, take a closer look at your primal relationships;
Look at your parents-children relationship!
This is relationship with your mother and father or other early caretakers.

Looking at these relationships will prove very beneficial and insightful, because you will be more able to set things the way you decide is best, in your current relationships.

How do parents-children relationships impact all other relationships?

You may wonder why parents children relationships impact other relationships.
The reason for this is simple.
Your parents or early caretakers have taught you in general how to relate to other human beings.
By the way they related to you
and by setting examples of how they related to other people.

Very young children do not learn by using their logic.
Children learn through their emotions, senses and their body.
Some examples . . .

Children feel warmth or coldness

Children feel scared or safe
Children feel satisfied or unsatisfied
Children feel hungry or full
Children feel thirsty or full

Children feel tired or active
Children feel expressive or quiet

Children feel pain or wellbeing
Children feel active or tired
Children feel love or neglect

Young children also learn by watching their parents.
Children are great imitators, they do what they see their parents or caretakers doing.
They imitate what they see is "working" for their parents and people in their environment.

• Parents Children Relationship Problems Tip:
Can you remember what kind of child you were?
Lively, playful, shy, quiet, observing, expressive, easily excited . . .

Go as far as your memory will allow you . . .

Do you also recall how your parents or caretakers responded to your behavior, needs and moods?
Do you get a sense how you responded to your parents, other people or your environment?
How was your Parents-Child relationship?

Are there ways of relating from the past showing up in your present life and present relationship problems?

As a child you probably have learned how to relate to others on a emotional level.
Growing up, mental power like logic and words enter your life when it comes to relating to others.

If less pleasant or traumatic experiences have occured during your childhood,
these experiences too will be part of how you relate to others.

These experiences form behaviors and expectations that can be seen as "patterns" in the way a person relates to others
Some examples . . .

• Attracting and choosing a certain kind of friends, lovers, partners, colleagues
• Communicating in a specific way
• Committing in a specific way
• Creating and having relationship problems in a certain way
• Solving relationship problems in a specific way

• Parents Children Relationship Problems Tip:
Take a closer look at your current relationships . . .
Any similarities, any signs of repeating events or patterns with relationships you had in the past?

Take a closer look at your relationship problems . . .

Any patterns here?

• Parents Children Relationship Problems Tip:
If you want to delve deeper into your Parents-Children relationship to see how:

• You can identify how your Parents-Children relationship shaped you
• Improve your Parents-Children relationship
• Bring your Parents-Children relationship to a higher level!
• Impacting all your other relationships,
• You will find a number of great tips to do this!

Learn how your parents taught you how to relate to other human beings
Set yourself free from hindering patterns
Enjoy your current relationships better . . .
Be happy!

Others also share their parents-children-relationships stories:

Judith’s story:
I felt betrayed by my Dad

Mark’s story:
My parents were not there for me

Tom’s story:
Physical abuse

Ronald’s story:
My mother broke her promises

Chris’ story:
My father denied who I am

Ken’s story:
I can’t be happier than my parents!

Stacey her story:
I felt so lonely!

Jami’s story:
Where do I come from?

Ann’s story:
My Mom never shows affection to me

Delve deeper into your Parents Children relationship;
How serious are your Parents and Children-relationships problems?

Find out more about your relationship with your children now!

Read about others sharing their parents-children-relationships !

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