The Australian neurologist; Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis believes that every deprivation a child suffers does not go away but recess in the brain to cause maladaptive behavior at the adulthood stage of development. That is, a lot of the time, the emotional, psychological, social, mental, physical, and even spiritual breakdowns we experience as adults could sometimes be caused by childhood trauma.
Many negative responses to our environment and spouses are sometimes programmed consciously and unconsciously into our minds by our childhood environment and circumstances.
Childhood traumas are unpleasant treatments or ill-experiences that an individual is subjected to during his or her formative years and that have the potential to cause a significant shift in areas of development in those who are affected. Cases of negative self-perception, on the other hand, are frequently responses to traumatic childhood experiences.