People who have psychological wounds want to get consolation. The more psychological wounds, the stronger the desire for consolation. Most people are generous in providing advice and consolation. People who have psychological wounds may get consolation in diverse ways including books, lectures, and talk with friends. They may make efforts for healing psychological wounds by taking professional counseling for consolation as well as by taking meditation and religion.
However, when you have severe psychological wounds, consolation aggravates rather than treats wounds. As psychological wounds grow even further, you may develop the condition of 'wound dissociation' with which you cannot not recognize your own wounds.
Wound dissociation leads you to develop severe psychological diosrders and live an unhappy life. You may become a pleasure seeker and inflict damage on people you encounter on the way. You may look fancy and glamorous outside but your mind and psychology have collapsed. What seems nice on the surface may not necessarily be beneficial for those who have psychological wounds. Getting consolation repeatedly may lead you to live the worst kind of life.
Severe psychological wounds can be treated only be activating and adjusting your own unconscious. The answer is within yourself rather than somewhere outside or in other people. When you accurately understand the operational mechanism of human mind and psychology, the treatment of psychological wounds is not that difficult.
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