The injustice that hurts goes back to the painful experiences of childhood. It seeks the terms and conditions that produce it in the family environment. It records the expectations for its elimination, but also the painful frustrations in partner relationships. Processes her appearance in the work environment. But it highlights the possibility of not identifying man's fate with his traumas, because such a thing would be defined as a fatal surrender to depression.

Injustice that hurts is a movement to break free from one-dimensional understandings of clinical diagnoses. It is an optimistic view, the result of long-term clinical work with people who anxiously entrusted the secrets of their souls to the therapist and at the same moment that they were dominated by fear of his clinical gaze, at that very moment they evoked his unlimited appreciation.

30th Edition, Armos 2016