adrianvedder1-1 karma2018-12-11 15:43:43 UTC
A therapist friend of mine has a working theory that for any kind of sex misalignment to happen, two things are required: 1. The genetic part (This “boy” has “girly” attitudes, for example) but mostly 2. A scarred relationship with a parent where the child feels neglected or not accepted.
My coleague says that her (very limited) findings have, so far support this theory 100%. Meaning that every single person struggling with sex identity she has attended has met both requirements.
But that only ammounts to, let’s say, at best 100 people, AND in a specific area of course. Also she’s not dedicated to that field, she just happens to encounter that kind of patient.
In your experience, does the theory holds any water?
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