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Unformatted text preview: to go through a mid-life crisis. They did not have the opportunity to ask questions about why things were the way they were, when they were little. They didn’t have a very open communication with their parents and are most likely not going to go seek out information on their life changes and try to understand it, but instead, rebel against it in their own way. An adult brought up under permissive parenting might be the type of person to go out and get a lot of cosmetic surgery as they age. They want everything to be their way and get what they want. In their childhood they most likely got whatever they wanted and if they were told “no”, they threw a fit then their parents would give them what they wanted. They wouldn’t deal with the fact that they are aging and are no longer able to be the way they were when they were younger, mentally, and physically....
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