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When something bad happens to us, we’re likely to store certain aspects of the experience away, burying the discomfort, shame, and pain associated with the memory. But just because these feelings have been buried, it does not mean they have vanished entirely. Rather, they sit inside that dark part of ourselves—what our clinicians think of as a leaky wooden box—where the bad feelings accumulate and eventually begin to impact every aspect of life. 

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