The “social” part of DBT’s biosocial theory looks at the influence environment plays in shaping one’s experience of emotions.
basically means that you grew up not having your feelings and emotions, states, wishes, wants validated…
Say you’re three years old, you finally learned how to say “I want” and you want to practice it..
but your parents tell you that it doesn’t matter what you want, that you shouldn’t want that because it’s stupid.you’re small and they as adults are the only ones that know what’s right.
"Invalidating" refers to a failure to treat a person in a manner that conveys attention, respect, and understanding.
Examples of an invalidating environment can range from mismatched personalities of children and parents (e.g., a shy child growing up in a family of extraverts who tease her about her ... THIS VERSION DOES NOT CONTAIN PARAGRAPH/PAGE REFERENCES.
children don’t have a say, they shouldn’t be anything but happy” Ok…