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In addition, someone raised in a fractured and isolated family will most likely replicate those negative patterns in their adult relationships.
In addition, the type of neighborhood we grew up in, how conflicts were handled, ethnic experiences we had, the values/morals we were raised with, the rules/customs our families followed, etc. Many people underestimate how much their upbringing impacts their current functioning in life.
However, rarely are current behaviors not rooted in one's upbringing to some degree.
We tend to replicate as adults what we were raised with as children.
For example, someone raised in a wholesome environment where healthy relationships were modeled and experienced will most likely replicate those types of relationships in adulthood.
In addition, someone raised in a close, supportive family who regularly spent time together will most likely replicate those behaviors with their own family as an adult.