Venereal diseases

Published on Reproductive system.

The person feels he was bad, feels guilty, feels he needs to be punished. The person needs to move away from any sexual contact. It shows some violence and, above all, guilt. A This may occur when, for example, the person feels the tremendous responsibility to carry out a demanding role in the sexual relationship with the partner. The person is unable to perform up to the standard expected by the partner and, consequently, develops a guilt tension regarding the demanding attitude of the partner. The body, as a result, takes him away from sexual contact by creating the venereal disease.

This may also happen to the person who has prevaricated (who had extra-matrimonial sexual intercourse), felt remorse and thus developed a feeling of guilt. In the process, he also blames the third party who contributed to that extra matrimonial sexual relation.

It may also be that the person rejects the partner totally, at a non-conscious level. The body takes it on to itself to make that feeling a conscious one, through symptoms. And the couple can no longer touch each other.

The conscience tensions referred to are valid for any venereal disease, whether it was acquired through physical contact with someone or transmitted in an occasional public toilet. The tension is there. Accidents do not happen by chance.

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