Published on April 2022 | Social Science, Childhood Development
This brief article investigated the impact of adult interpersonal issues caused by undesirable childhood experiences. While it is simple to raise strong-willed children, it is much more difficult to heal broken men as a result of childhood physical and emotional trauma, tragic events, the harsh effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, calamities, and others. The goal of this study was to assess childhood experiences in order to better understand the characteristics, occurrences, and effects on interpersonal relationship problems as the child grows into an adult. The researchers used a deliberate approach and assessment to investigate the links between childhood development, the effects of traumatic experience, and adult inter-personal issues. This included reviewing discussions and recommendations from a variety of academic and scientific articles relevant to the study. The findings of the justified review could help illuminate practical programs and psychological interventions for dealing with childhood trauma, as well as providing guidance for future actions by parents, educators, and others.