Why We May Think Obsessively About Our Childhood Trauma

Certain family members have, in the past, objected to my preoccupation with my childhood. However, such criticism is predicated upon the fallacious notion that we can choose what we think about. We can’t. The most famous example which helps to illustrate this is that if you tell a person ‘not to think of a pink …

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