Childhood Belittlement? No Wonder You’re Feeling That Struggle!

Childhood Belittlement?
No Wonder You’re Feeling Fucked!

childhood belittlement

I am writing to you today, to address
a very important topic that has been a cause of concern for many years.

The issue that I would like to highlight is the negative impact
that being constantly put down as a child can have on one’s adult life.

As children, we are incredibly impressionable,
and the things that we hear from our parents,
teachers and peers can have a lasting impact on
our self-esteem and self-worth.
If we are constantly belittled, criticised,
or told that we are not good enough,
it can have a profound effect on our psyche.

One of the most significant ways in which childhood
belittlement can affect us as adults in our relationships.

If we have been told repeatedly that we are not lovable
or worthy of respect, we may struggle to form healthy
and positive relationships. We may find ourselves
attracted to people who treat us poorly, or we may
push away those who genuinely care for us, believing
that we do not deserve their love and attention.

In addition to affecting our relationships,
childhood belittlement can also impact our parenting.

If we have been raised in an environment where
we were constantly criticised or made to feel inferior,
we may find it challenging to parent our own
children in a positive and nurturing way.

We may inadvertently pass on the same negative
messages to our children, perpetuating the cycle of belittlement.

Lastly, childhood belittlement can also have a
significant impact on our success in a career.

If we have been repeatedly told that we are not
smart enough, not talented enough,
or not capable enough, we may struggle with
self-doubt and imposter syndrome, even as adults.

This can hold us back from pursuing our goals
and achieving success in our chosen careers.

Even if you have managed a successful career, has that been driven
by these embedded feelings of inadequacy? Has that now left
you lacking fulfillment despite your success?

In conclusion, the negative effects of childhood belittlement
cannot be overstated, but they can be undone.

It’s about acknowledging and processing our emotions in a healthy way,
so they don’t get trapped inside us and cause us harm.

And let me tell you, it’s fucking powerful.
(excuse my French but it’s how I talk in real life – you can take the boy out of Essex…. 😉

Here’s how it works:
you start by identifying the negative emotions that
are holding you back.

Maybe it’s shame, anger, or sadness.

Then, you find a way to release those emotions.
The important thing is to let those emotions out in a healthy way.

After you release those emotions, you start to
reframe your thoughts and beliefs about yourself.
Most of this happens naturally and some become
easier to override by changing your thoughts.
(It’s hard to change your thoughts when there’s too much unconscious baggage still)

You can start to see yourself as worthy,
capable, and deserving of love and respect.
And let me tell you, it’s a fucking game-changer.

With the Debox Method, we can let go of the
negative messages we internalised as kids and
start living our lives on our own terms.

We can form healthy relationships,
parent our own children in a positive way,
and pursue our dreams with more confidence and self-assurance.

So, if you’re struggling with the negative effects of childhood belittlement,
give the Debox Method a try.

It’s powerful, and it can help you break
free from the chains of your past and
start living your life to the fullest.

Start your journey to remove your childhood traumas – Get The Book Today. 


About the author.
Jay Roberts is the founder of the Debox Method and after nearly 10 years and hundreds of sessions, an expert in the art of emotional release to remove the negative effects of trauma. Through his book, courses, coaching, and talks Jay’s goal is to teach as many people as he can the power of the Debox Method. 

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