You weren't allowed to choose your own clothes: You become codependent.
If you had a "Super parent" who didn't allow you to dress yourself, choose your own playmates or food, you'll end up as a codependent adult.
You had controlling parents: You become a stubborn adult.
Stubbornness is a defense mechanism that children adopt in order to escape their controlling parents' will. The children will also likely grow up to inherit this trait.
You played lots of imitation games: You have an ability to accept other cultures.
If you copied everything your parents did even if it didn't make sense, you developed a willingness to assume that actions have some "unknown" purpose. This will make you more open to sharing and transmitting culture later on in life.
You were spanked: You're a sneaky adult.
If you were spanked often as a child, you'll likely resort to misbehaving even more, but you'll learn how to do it without getting caught. Eventually, you'll become a very sneaky adult.
You had an intimate relationship with your father: You're able to maintain intimacy now.
If you had an emotional connection with your father as a child, you'll be able to enter a healthy, physically intimate relationship with a partner later in life.
You experienced childhood trauma: You suffer from obesity.
Several studies have shown a correlation between sexual abuse — and other traumatic childhood experiences — and eating disorders.