When Life Hurts
    When the hurts received from others react to them, an amazingly curious
    thing happens:  they reveal what/who is most loved, prized or precious to
    them: it will be the thing/person they turn against and take it out on.

    As a child it might manifest as tearing legs, arms and head off most
    favourite doll, or trashing a prize airplane model, or maiming or hurting
    a beloved pet; in adulthood it might be destroying a loved tool or
    appliance, attack & hurt the loved one, or push the loved one  away harder
    and harder, or run as far away as possible.

    They attack, destroy, damage, maim, hurt or leave exactly those things or
    people most precious & loved to them.

    Only later, when all the demolition and carnage is done, do they take stock
    and fully come to realize, not just what they've done, but what they've lost.

    And this has been known for ages - there's a song about it that people have
    known for years: "You always hurt the one you love".

    And the pain will grow, and the hurt will grow, and the guilt will grow, and
    the self-hatred, self-loathing and self-disgust And the pain will grow, and
    the hurt will grow.

    And rage will build. This is the point at which healing/recovery can begin -
    because that is when people are ready - or can be.

    Recover-Heal by loving yourself
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From the eBook: "One! The Journey hOMe", by Klaas Tuinman M.A  © 2007-2019

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