Does the way you were brought up influence the way you (will) bring up your children?
- For starters IF I do decide to have children, I do how I was raised could influence how I choose to bring up my children, especially If I feel it is something that worked well or kept me on the right path. Although, I also say no to this question because knowing how I was raised and the consequences I was dealt for certain deeds & the reactions my mom would show and how she treated my sibling and myself differently for a long time would not be how I would want to raise my child if I were to have one, I would use those negatives as a lesson to not use on my own child because of how it affected me and how it hindered me socially or dwindled my self esteem. I like to think there would be some things that would influence me but other things I’d stray from.
For those of you with kids now, did your upbringing influence how you brought up your children; why or why not? Also, do you believe using your upbringing as an influence to be a good thing or bad thing?
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