Omid a Successful example of a second generation raised overseas

It is a well known fact that immigrants trying to start over in a new country face many obstacles. However, the many challenges faced by children born to immigrant parents are rarely discussed in the public sphere or in academic circles. In particular, second-generation immigrants struggle with unique difficulties like cultural dissonance, feelings of isolation, and identity crises. In this article, we will discuss the many difficulties and traumas experienced by second-generation immigrants, and will address more controversial issues, such as overcoming the unconscious guilt of surpassing one’s parents, codependency, parentification, and intergenerational trauma.