The Long Hard Road Out of Hell Themes

Marilyn Manson
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The Impact of A Dysfunctional Family

No one grows up in a perfect family. However, some are far worse and far more impactful upon one's entire lives than others. Brian Warner, who was to become Marilyn Manson, was raised in a dysfunctional family. He and his father had a terrible relationship and the only attention Brian got from his father was negative. He constantly told him he was worthless and frequently threatened to throw him out on the street. Brian's father had an explosive temper often unleashing it against Brian's mother.

Brian admittedly grew up as a mama's boy, his mother always in his corner. She did not do her job as a parent. However, because she failed to admonish him for the times his behavior was unacceptable and discipline him appropriately. Unfortunately, Brian inherited his father's short fuse and, like his father, picked the same target to vent...

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