HOW YOUR OVERBEARING PARENTS AFFECT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH // We often don’t realize just how much of an impact our parents have on us. When we don’t pay attention to our parents’ parenting style, we fail to understand the origin of a lot of our self sabotaging traits, as well as create a set of rules on how to communicate with them in a way that’s best for out mental health.
So in today’s video, I’m focusing on an overbearing parenting style and the downstream effects it could have on you. I also share some tips on how to manage the relationship better.
PS. Most parents have a mix of parenting styles and may not just fit 1 type – so stay tuned for the rest of the videos.
I hope you enjoy the video! I’m right there with you.
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