The character is an adult in the story, but I need to be able to accurately explain her once being a feral child. To put it simply, this character's mother was tormented by a wendigo while pregnant. The mother was slowly becoming one due to isolation and starvation, but died in childbirth. The child inherits features from the monster her mother was turning into to, and ends up a sort of misshapen “half” wendigo herself. The original wendigo finds the mother's body, and the crying infant triggers a memory of being human. So the child is "raised" by the wendigo, or as much as semi-sentient cannibalistic monster can raise a smaller cannibalistic monster. She lived like a wendigo for the first say, six years of her life. She eventually discovers campers in the woods and slowly learns from observation and imitation. She would have learned some basic Native American language from the older wendigo, who was transformed hundreds of years ago. So language would not be too foreign a concept for her. She's around twenty in the story, and can communicate well, but is very aggressive and tends to isolate herself. Can anyone suggest some behavioral issues or mental ticks a former feral child might have? I want to make sure I write her as realistically as I can.