When I was a teen, my dad used to hit me, and my mom believed I was not a good child. After years, I still can't forgive them, but I also feel guilty for that. I was always labelled as the worst child ever. The only good thing about me was my intelligence.My mom and sister told me every day that No one would ever like me because I'm just too strange. It still makes me cry thinking about those days.When I talk with them about it, my dad feels sorry about it, my sister thinks I'm just too disgraceful and my mom doesn't accept anything. Now, they support me a lot and appreciate my success all the time and are proud of me, but I'm not happy! I don't want to live around them anymore. I just want to call or text them. But I know it will make them sad. I'm afraid if I'm just too disgraceful and all this is my fault, I'm afraid I will regret it if something happens to them.
Everybody's parents make mistakes and everyone holds grudges for it.
If they aren't doing anything wrong now, try to maintain a relationship. You may have to occasionally correct their behavior even now that you're an adult, parents often have a hard time letting go of the "parental role".
I think you should do what makes you feel most comfortable in this situation. It's not your responsibility to have to go back to the people who wronged you if you aren't wanting to do that. I'm not sure of your current living situation, but would say wait until you feel safe or happy reaching out to them before trying to form a close relationship. Maybe don't cut all ties, but definitely take all the distance you need in order to feel comfortable.
Parents, upbring their children with great hardships and difficulties,
you dont know and feel really about this, until or unless, you will have your own children, and you pass time with them
just move forward, live with your parents, and live a happy life
parents are the assets of life
Parents are adults, it is simply impossible to re-educate them. But you can unobtrusively show them that they are wrong.The first thing to do is to acknowledge the existence of a problem. The second is to realize that you are not responsible for what was done to you as a child. However, now you, being an adult and an adequate person, are responsible for your life and the lives of your children and loved ones, and therefore your desires and your own needs should always be a priority.