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Although many live their lives victimized by the abuse and neglect of their parents, others have the opposite reaction and become victimizers.
The same characteristics have been found in adults who were raised in homes where there were other compulsive behaviors.
The same presence of abuse, shame, and abandonment found in children of alcoholics are also found in children from homes where there was: Many adult children were raised in homes where alcohol and drugs were not present at all, but abuse, neglect, or unhealthy behavior was very much present.
Sure, they grew up physically, but emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually, many are still stuck back there in early childhood.
They never learned a "normal" way of thinking, feeling, or reacting.