Everything that Kerdy wrote above, I second and fully endorse---100%.
You see, parents for the most part do the very best they can. And they ALL make mistakes. Many mistakes. Parents who have a faith (ANY faith--yes, even Muslim or Buddhist or Bahai or whatever) usually think it's best to raise their children in that faith. That's one way faith gets "propagated"--we share it with and teach it to our children. Christians tend to take their children to their Christian church. That helps to teach and propagate the faith. Do you want to tell me that a 1 year old, a 2 year old, a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,12, 13, etc. year old knows better than their parents? Do you want to tell me that a screaming, kicking, flailing 2 or 3 year old is doing so because his parents are *forcing* him to go to church? Really? REALLY?? Try again....
As I said before, the crux of your issue is an issue you have within the context of the totality of your relationship with your own parents, and you're projecting that onto all other parents and children quite inappropriately. Deal with your parents and your relationship with them. Pray. Seek guidance from your priest (you *do* have a priest, don't you?), maybe even get some psychological counseling. In other words....deal with it.
If and when you grow up and have children, you will know what I and Kerdy and theistgal and others here are talking about. In the meantime, maybe you should write and opine about things that you have actual knowledge and experience of without assuming that your issues are others' issues.
Also know, too, that NONE of us, not a single individual, survives childhood without scars--some have more, some of less--but we all have them. Deal with it.
And may you have a blessed Nativity feast--Merry Christmas!!!