It's late but here it is!
It's late but here it is! Lol
In this video, I discuss the traumatic impact emotionally detached parents can have on adult children. I also include a short vlog at the end of the video!
I welcome your comments and questions!
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To read my most recent blog post on this topic, click here: https://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2019/10/intergenerational-trauma-negative-self-talk-that-keeps-you-stuck/
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I'm Támara, a licensed and nationally certified mental health therapist, with over 12 years experience. I specialize in helping children, teens, and families with mental illness. I also treat psychological/emotional trauma in children, teens, and adults.
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One of my parents is getting their comeuppance through medical issues after years of being a jackass lol. Is it bad that I don't feel sorry for them and kind of get a kick out of it?
could you do a video on how religion can negatively impact a family or children? I find myself having to filter topics you bring up heavily, where some things relate heavily, then other things are not even close and it makes me feel lost again. I'm talking about repression, so my parents go the other way on drugs where they never did any and shame anyone who use drugs at all, granted they like.. abuse caffeine haha its funny.
Tamara ,,,,, thank you!!
Hey Doc. Just want to drop you little note to let you know I'm still around. Your last few traumatic or parental videos really doesn't pertain to me, but I still visit to give you a thumbs up. Keep up the good work and have a good weekend :)
Do you have any more videos planned where your answering questions?
The last one was really helpful.
This is our final video on
This is our final video on this topic and series. We're going to move into a new topic on Wednesday. But until then, it's important to understand how someone of an emotionally detached parent may grow up and struggle.
Emotionally detached parents aren't just careless. They are often incapable of doing their job as a parent. They are incapable of accountability and holding their responsibility as a parent above everything else. This selfishness often leads to the child feeling all alone.
These kids grow up into adults who not only struggle with their identity, but also their relationships, employment, and perhaps their own parenting. Everything in their adult world becomes just as complicated as it was when they were a child.
In this video, I discuss some of the challenges adult children of emotionally detached parents may face.
Parental alienation: https://youtu.be/xOgEelBy1R0
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God is good!... U will heal... ❤️
You're so sincere. Thank you!
SOME people get out?? ??
This probably doesn’t apply to me because my parents always gave me great morals like “good boys get more in this world than bad boys”
How do we heal from the emotionally unavailable upbringing?
Hello hello my loves!
Hello hello my loves!
I’m speaking here about my experience with living with young parents who raised my brother and I while still trying to build their own lives.
Things were tough and they still are sometimes but as you work through the motions of healing your inner child and providing self love, you will begin to transform your life into one of compassion.
Let me know what you guys feel down below ?
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I like the color of your earrings. Way different look from your 12th house sun video...Lol And thanks for sharing your story, i can definitely relate.
Coming from a family with both my parents working as busy-ass civil servants and my father disowning me ever since I was born (12th House Pisces Sun which makes me super emotionally-intelligent, lol the irony), I grew up in a pretty emotionally detached and semi-neglectful environment watching them fight and what not. The saving grace have been my two precious siblings and a loving, stable relationship with my mother who's literally my bestest friend ever (10th House Cap Moon. I'm truly grateful for them.
Like you said and I agree, it has always been difficult for me to open up to friends, especially in relationships, due to my childhood experiences. I have really high expectations from people and I have major trust issues lol but I'm working on this. And yes, with this conditioning comes the independence streak. Even though I was very co-dependent as a teen, I can now say as an adult that I truly value my independence the most.
I mean we can be so harsh towards our parents about their mistakes but it's important to realize that they never took lessons on parenting and went along with the best that they had to offer and I get it now and I always try to thank my mom for doing all that she did as a single, working mother for the three of us bc I know she has a lot of regrets just like every other working parent.
This was such a well-articulated talk, Sue. I'm glad you were able to heal. Thanks for an empowering heart-to-heart. xx
I had emotionally charged parents but they were narcissistic and you had a sun in the 12th house. You are seeing what needs healing in the world. You have to also remain detached! Thanks for your story. We would make good friends. I have an old Saturrn Return video. I hope to make more videos as well with my ideas. Keep it up . Look into starseeds as well. There is some truth behind it.
Thank you so much! Finding this video was a confirmation and so validating. I'm reading Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents and my gosh it's so healing yet triggering
Thanks for sharing