Our expert says:
We are all affected by what we inherit and what we experience ; by how our parents treat us, AND how we respond to that.
Yes, it's possible for a vasectomy to be unsuccessful, and that's why when one is done, tests ought to be conducted afterwards to check this.
I understand why you would want to know "the truth" about whatever has been happening in your family, but I doubt that any of them will want to tell you, or that you could be sure it was the truth even if they did tell you something. Where parents "ruin" a child's life, or at least damage her potential, its usually not done deliberately, but with (wrong ) beliefs that whatever they're doing will be for her own good. Parenting is the most dificult and important thing anyone is allowed to do without training or passing an exam before they start.
You don't mention your own age, but shouldn't you be working towards eventually leaving home and developing your own happy life, rather than focussing so much on the past and within your family ?
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