This is from a blog by a child abuse survivor:
The majority of the time when I write about my childhood, I mostly write only about the physical abuse and the brainwashing that I went through. But there was more to my childhood than that. When people think of child abuse, it's always the physical abuse that comes to mind. There are other factors that play into child abuse though such as abandonment and neglect.
It set me thinking, as a parent myself, of how the experience of emotional neglect by a child seems to be a reflection of a particular form of behaviour by the parent. Thus:
- The child seeks out connection ( empathy, love, support, help) with the parent.
- The parent does not provide the desired form of connection ( empathy love support etc)
The result is that the child feels emotionally abandoned.
But what if the child is a womb twin survivor? What if their sense of abandonment lies in their Dream of the Womb? Then, regardless of how supportive empathetic and loving the parent tries to be, the child will push them away in order to keep alive their sense of emotional abandonment.
What if the parent was also a womb twin survivor?
What if they experience the child pushing them away as being emotionally abandoned by their own child? What if a lack of connection is in their Dream of the Womb? The result is a whole family who lacks emotional connection, one with another.
The more I explore this idea the more huge areas of pain and sadness can be explained. We need to bring the womb twin hypothesis into all areas where relationships are not working.
|The hypothesis, formed in 2003 and backed up by all my research efforts since then.|
There is a lot we don't know, and we should remain open-minded about the possibility that a wide range of relationship problems are related to being a womb twin survivor. As much as I have been able to discover so far is in my latest book - 30 chapters, 300 references - but I know I am only scratching the surface.
All comments welcomed. Any parents out there? Are you emotionally abandoned by your parents? Let's get talking about this, it might help!