The Unfairness that Hurts


The book "The Unfairness that Hurts" goes back at the painful experiences of childhood. It seeks for the terms and the cicumstances that create this sense of hurt in the family environment. It captures the expectations for its removal, as well as the painful frustration in relating to others. It processes the unfairness' appearance in the working environment. It demonstrates the capability of the person to not identify with its traumas, as this could define his futile withdrawal in depression. The book "Unfairness that Hurts" moves away from the linear understanding of clinical diagnosis. It presents an optimistic view, result of long term clinical work with people, who in their distress trusted their therapist with the secrets of their soul. The same time that they feeling fear for the therapist's clinical view, they were caused his endless appreciation. The quest for meaning in life could not be important only for some "professional thinkers", but is a natural stance of any restless spirit, who is not oriented only in surviving. The quest for the dinamic of faith could not be important only for some "professional theologists", but is a natural stance of any person, who is not oriented only in following some religious rules. The quest for truth through doubting the existence of God could not be important only for some "professional atheists", but is a natural stance of any faithful person who does not hesitate to recognize his unfaithfulness. The quest for the face of God is not a metaphysical quest, but is related to the seek of any human face. It is not withdrawing from scientific knowledge, but is a recognition of its limits. This seek does not underestimate the value of this life, but contrarily seeks giving this life meaning.