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As an adult how do you forgive your parents for being neglectful your entire childhood?


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2006-10-26 01:20:40
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First you have to acknowledge that nobody is perfect. I'm not, you're not. If you feel that you have the right to blame all of your bad attributes on your parents then you certainly have to acknowledge that THEY TOO are products of their environment and maybe they just didn't know any better or didn't think what they were doing was so bad. Look for the good in them. Look for anything that could be considered a redeeming quality. When you were a kid they were big and powerful and all-important. Now you're the adult. Recognize that you too have faults and now that you're "all grown up" your parents aren't as big and powerful as you believed when you were a kid. If you don


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