Most disturbed individuals harbor a perverse, deep-rooted, misdirected sense of loyalty to their primary Memory Repair Protocol Review abusers who, invariably, are their parents. They illogically want to defend an abusive parent, even though that parent has consistently hurt, abused, and controlled them.
Many patients also have a deep-rooted fear of parental reprisal (even if that parent is no longer alive). Most also have a selfish subconscious desire and need to be loved and accepted by their parents who, thus far, have refused to love them. Patients know that if they were to tell the truth about their negative family experiences, they surely would never receive their parents' love.
Dysfunctional people, generally speaking, are not honest when it comes to their symptoms and conditions; they fear that truthful expression would prevent them getting what they selfishly want or may get them what they do not want.