Why do children who grow up with one parent hate the other


It is a product of inequality

  • Inequality, being under protection by the state – the system of enforcing inequality – has had a severe impact on the mental state of women, and men for that matter.  Isolated from the decision making process and being forced to serve men in their lives, fathers, husbands, brothers, teachers, bosses, women grow up with an inferiority complex that they can hardly escape to begin to struggle for equality.  For many women, still today, their own inferiority against men is internalized.  They have learned to be in this position and it is not always needed for men to force them in this position.  In many ways women reproduce patriarchy and inequality.  So what does this mean in reference to children?  What does that mean for a patriarchal society really, made of grown up children?

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