The early childhood is the period which brain forms network connections which are very complex. This is also the period of rapid changes in the brain.The forming of the brain neurons myelination is 80% when age four completed.
The brain is the most important thing in our body and it plays a major role in our lives. In the childhood period, if the child is not adequately nurtured and it affects the brain development. So, the child’s emotional networks are undeveloped.The bond between the childhood brain’s personality characteristics and developmental traits is universal and authentic.
Peg Streep, a New York psychologist, explains the relationship between early childhood and adult life. According to him, each and everyone have a different childhood experience and this childhood experience can shape person’s personality and behavior.
Here Are the Signs and Behaviors Someone That Was Neglected and Unloved During Childhood Display:
If the child is unloved during childhood, it’s natural to take things personally in life. Those who are suffering from personal problems often project their issues onto others. This type of people fears of rejection as they were not loved by the family.
A healthy surrounding such as friends can help balance the negative side of the home that they’re growing. But they cannot trust and rely on someone as he hasn’t get and security during the childhood. Then the insecurity grows.
Fear of Failure
These unloved kids don’t have a sense of self-worth and strong fear of failure. Those who are from a healthy environment can build confidence and self-worth.They also feel and absence of self-esteem and they don’t live up to their potential and usually they have a sense of failure as they were not loved as a child.
Poor Emotional Intelligence
Children start learning to communicate and understand the people around them with gestures and words. It plays a major role in child’s development such as understanding, compassion, show emotions, feelings and manage fears. Without these abilities they may end up being emotionally undeveloped and they lack emotional intelligence.
If there is a steady external environment, they can build a sense of trust. If a kid is relatively stable during childhood the kid feels safe.If the kid is not having a stable environment it is hard for him to trust other people and even to trust himself. It is also very difficult to maintain any kind of relationship
Anxiety and Depression
Anxiety and depression is a most common issue that these unloved children suffers from. This happens mostly from being neglected, unappreciated and being unloved.
Usually, human brain learns, understands through association and pattern recognition. In psychology and cognitive neuroscience, pattern recognition means, “a cognitive process, which does match information from a stimulus with information retrieved from memory”.
In relationships, these unloved kids subconsciously lead themselves to toxic relationships.
This article and it’s content are copyright protected. Please do not republish without receiving prior consent from the author. Thank you.