Bien-Etre / Well Being

Hypersensitivity to Injustice


  The well-known psychiatrist and neurologist, Viktor Frankl, said that social injustices hurt more than physical suffering. When he was in the Auschwitz concentration camps, he saw the guards beating or punishing his comrades and felt unbearable pain. This was because injustice is experienced as an attack on our values, principles, and essence as human beings. The feeling that the foundations of everything that’s ethical and fair are being undermined, is processed in our brains in an adverse way. In fact, it’s common to experience a subtle combination of anger and hopelessness. Witnessing how the world is at times, drifting…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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