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A gnawing discomfort, or a relentless fear, or a thundering heart – these experiences may be so bad that they are like a disease.  Usually they mean that there is something important that we don't know how to cope with or perhaps even think about.  The caring, probing talk of psychotherapy was invented to work with this.