26 Things πŸ“ Emotionally Abused 😭 Children πŸ‘Ά Carry into Adulthood πŸ‘© ...

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Personally I was emotionally abused as a child and I qualify for more than half of the things that are listed here.

Just know that you aren't alone.

The impact of being emotionally abused as a child can be devastating and it's important to seek counseling so that you can live a happy an fulfilling life.

Any kind of abuse can wreck a life, but children are especially vulnerable.2

So if you're wondering about the impact of being emotionally abused as a child, you're in the right place.

Here's what you might be going through.

Remember to seek help for assistance working through your emotions.

1. You Ask Questions over and over Again

Having been berated, you tend to doubt yourself so even if you know the answer, you ask anyway.

Or you second guess yourself because you have a fear of being wrong or being made fun of because you gave the "wrong" answer.

The impact of being an emotionally abused child won't end just because you're an adult now, as you can see.

2. You're Always Saying Sorry

I tend to do this one a lot.

Being emotionally abused is heartbreaking and it comes along with the feeling of always thinking that everything is your fault.

Most people who were abused as a child tend to believe that anything they do is considered to be wrong and they feel like they must apologize for every little thing.2

3. You Second Guess Everything

This ties in with asking too many questions.

You second guess every decision, no matter what you feel, as though you're making the wrong decision.2

Also, you second guess everything that has been said to you.

You aren't sure what to believe anymore because being abused a child messes with the idea that your own parents would never hurt you in any way whatsoever, but that has been proven to be a lie so you expect the same from other people.2

You're Both Very Tough and Super Sensitive
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