Yes, let's focus on that. What have you had to unlearn in your adult life? My son brings it up in the Education post.
I flooded the market with so much information to my sons that there must be a significant amount of unlearning needed, simply by law of averages. I had to unlearn many attitudes (and the supposed underlying facts) from high school and college culture. Maybe also junior high and the first few years after graduation. The actual information has held up a little better.
From my father, nothing. He was not part of my life age 6-18 and little until age 24. My mother? That will take some thought. I think I absorbed much in my bones, and it will be hard to figure what part is hers, what was my school, my books, my church, my culture.
Have a go at it. Sounds like fun.