Adult children of dysfunctional family

I read childless people wrote on bulletin boards,

“I am an adult child of dysfunctional family,”
“Because I am an adult child of dysfunctional family,
I shouldn’t have any children,”
“Adult children of dysfunctional family shouldn’t have any children.”
“Because I am an adult children of dysfunctional family,
I will be capable of having adult children.
I should stop doing that!”

Including myself, around myself,
there are a lot of adult children of dysfunctional family.

Except adult children of dysfunctional family,
how many happy children of happy family are there on the earth?

There are perfectly happy children of perfectly happy family, aren’t there?
Childless people or childfree people or parents are mostly adult children of dysfunctional family, aren’t they?

You believe adult children of dysfunctional family shouldn’t have any children?
I bet you are a perfectionist.

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4 thoughts on “Adult children of dysfunctional family

  1. I strongly protest! I have spoken with so many childfree adults who were raised in very loving homes. On the other hand, how many lousy parents do you know who grew up in dysfunctional homes? Many childfree adults choose this lifestyle because of having more insight and the ability to carefully contemplate their life path, rather than “accidently” becoming pregnant and then feeling obliged to bring a child into the world.

  2. Pingback: Are Childfree Adults All from Dysfunctional Homes? | Complete Without Kids

  3. I agree with Ellen. I had a very normal, loving childhood full of travel and life experiences, but I do not want to have children. I believe that education leads to liberation. It is because of my continuous education that I finally realized I have a choice. Just like I don’t want to be a doctor or a lawyer, I do not want to be a mother. I want to be an aunt who will spoil her niece and put her through college.

  4. Ellen, Angela,
    Thanks a lot for your comments!

    I believe I had a good childhood, but according to what my brother,
    he didn’t have. It depends on personality.

    I decided not to have kids,
    while he became a parent.

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