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Shouldn't the one who has done wrong take the treatment first?

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Date 2021-11-01

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People who are suffering from pain of wounds ask questions. 

"Shouldn't the one who has done wrong and hurt me take the treatment first? 

After all, he is the one who has problems.” 

“What have I done wrong to need the treatment?”

“It is unfair. Why should I suffer when the one who hurt me looks fine?”


People who hurt others do not realize that they have caused pain in other people. 

Also, they are not the ones who have wounds inside themselves. 

It is the one who is victimized that has wounds inside and suffers from pain. 

Therefore, treatment is necessary for the one in pain rather than the one who caused pain in the other. 


Treatment is not about who has done right or wrong. 

You have not done anything wrong but you need treatment since your psychology is in pathological condition and you are in pain. 

The condition of post traumatic stress occurs acutely regardless of you will. 


KIP psychology treatment will help you treat your wounds and psychology so that you can restore healthy psychology and prevent the recurrence of the condition. 

When you have recovered first, you will have a chance to provide your partner with an opportunity to realize his or her wrongdoings, reflect upon him or herself, and make efforts to recover.

Then, he or she will choose to take the treatment with his or her own will power.  


If you focus on your partner's problems instead of your own condition and make efforts to change him or her, you will only grow your stress and wounds and aggravate your condition. 

Then, it becomes less and less likely for your partner to choose to take the treatment now and in their future. 



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