Question: I experienced abuse as a child and I’m realizing how much I didn’t get to be a kid. I was facing adult choices and thinking about adult things even during my early elementary school years. Recently, I’ve come across the idea that I should “grieve my lost childhood.” That kind of sounds good, but (if I’m honest) I have no idea what it means. Can you give me some guidance on whether this is a healthy thing to do and, if so, how I would know if I have grieved my lost childhood in a healthy way?

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