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Goleman, D. (1995).  Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ.
Another level at which relearning goes on, at least for adults, is philosophical. The eternal question of the victim—"Why me?"—needs to be addressed. Being the victim of trauma shatters a person's faith that the world is a place that can be trusted, and that what happens to us in life is just—that is, that we can have control over our destiny by living a righteous life. The answers to the victim's conundrum, of course, need not be philosophical or religious; the task is to rebuild a system of belief or faith that allows living once again as though the world and the people in it can be trusted.

See also: walking wounded, pain

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  • Concept: psychic_trauma
    • preferred: psychic trauma
    • alternate: trauma
    • definition: an emotional wound or shock often having long-lasting effects
    • related: walking_wounded
    • related: pain
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      • sense: psychic trauma
      • sense: trauma
      • trauma
      • in scheme:
      • gloss: an emotional wound or shock often having long-lasting effects
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      • synset id: 114285276
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