Should You Complain to Your Parents About Your Childhood?

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Many things go wrong in a childhood and so, understandably, we might want to try (as adults) to have a conversation with our parents about what happened when we were small. But a lot of the time, we’ll draw a blank: if they were capable of understanding our complaint, they would probably not have frustrated us in the first place.
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