When you came into the world you were a blank sheet of paper. It was through your interactions with your environment, and especially with your primary caregivers, that you learned how to behave. In reality, the objective of socialization is to learn to live in society. Furthermore, to adapt to certain expectations in order to become a functional being. However, when this occurs to an excessive degree, over-adaptation occurs. Children who suffer from over-adaptation don’t tend to recognize their problem until adulthood. They’re docile children, with good academic performances who don’t cause any problems for their parents or teachers….