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Is there a Podcast on infantilization?


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#1
aFireInside

aFireInside
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A form of abuse. I did a search and couldn't find anything . Thanks Ivan :)

#2
Marlon

Marlon
  • 1852 posts

it has been mentioned briefly a few times but I think there should be a podcast solely about infantalization.



#3
marginalist

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  • 205 posts

Children who are infantilized are not taught basic skills in independence. Mom (and maybe dad) cheat them out of childhood lessons ironically damning them to not feeling "privileged" or "protected" like mommy and daddy told them they were.

 

I would guess a causation being dependence on government by our parents. "Our kids will get free stuff too!"

 

Infant people must learn basic individuation skills they were never taught and must avoid enablers and rescuers.

 

--some part-quotes from Dr. Faye Snyder's book on parenting, "The Manual"



#4
Wuzzums

Wuzzums
  • 953 posts

I have heard a psychiatrist say that infantilization is as damaging as physical or emotional abuse. Its consequences in adulthood are as worse and harder to manage.



#5
RealP

RealP
  • 117 posts

First caller