For dating a man with a bad childhood will change nothing
Although some may be quick to blame their parents for relationship problems they have in their present lives, Ann Smith, author of "Can Our Childhood Really Predict Our Future? Childhood abuse and neglect can profoundly effect adult relationships, causing anxiety, abandonment issues and intense emotions and that these may cause frustration for both parties, according to Elaine Bing, a counseling psychologist in Pretoria who specializes in trauma, relationships and the effects of abuse. Newborns rely on their primary caretaker, which is usually their mothers, to meet all of their physical and emotional needs. This attachment is formed based on the non-verbal communication between the mother and the infant, and it helps to determine how you will form relationships throughout your life, according to HelpGuide. Attachment in infancy lays the foundation for emotional regulation, empathy, the ability to gain satisfaction from relationships, self-love and resiliency.