Can children of self absorbed parents end up with with chronic physical illness?
sure. kids need to know they're a priority. if parents consistently focus only on themselves, the child will figure he doesn't matter, and that can lead to health problems.
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Your world and your ideas of who you are, what you deserve, what life is like...everything about how you see the world today was determined by your 5 year old self. (my answer was flagged as too long - please visit my blog to read entire answer: prosperitywhisperer dot com slash narcissitic-wounds)
I love you.
by Krzysztof Willman 3 years ago
What's the worst physical illness after cancer and heart disease?
by aka amanda 6 years ago
Do you think mental illness can be overcome or is it just your lot in life if ever diagnosed?
by kelleyward 6 years ago
I'm asking anyone who has a chronic illness and is also a parent if they will describe for me in one paragraph (100 words or less) what it is like for them to be a parent and also manage their illness. I have type 1 diabetes and want to write a hub about this. Thank you very much for considering...
by Theresa Collins 20 months ago
Why do some families of the mentally ill turn their backs on them?I have seen many people who are truly, seriously, mentally ill with diagnosis such as Schizophrenia have no one, absolutely no one. Their families have disownded them. Although it is extremely difficult to deal with someone with that...
by NewLifeOutlook 2 years ago
How do you explain your chronic illness to others so they'll understand?
by Amanda Littlejohn 4 years ago
Why do we get headaches when we're stressed?Headaches can be a sign of physical illness - anything from a bad cold to a brain tumor - but why do we get headaches when we're stressed? How can a psychological/emotional state have a physical effect? And what should you do if headache tablets don't...
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