We know that something doesn't feel good, but we sometimes can't put our finger on it.
Actually, all emotions do have a basis in reality, and feelings are facts, fleeting though they may be. Trying to Make You Feel Guilty While Invalidating You I tried to help you.. It doesn't bother anyone else, why should it bother you?
But trying to dress an emotional wound, with logic tends to either confuse, sadden or infuriate a person.
Among them: Lack of role models and invalidation - most people who self-injure were chronically invalidated in some way as children (many self-injurers report abuse, but almost all report chronic invalidation). -- Each is an attempt to talk you out of your feelings."Ordering" You to Feel Differently Smile.
(that far, that heavy, that hot, that serious, etc.)Judging & Labeling You You are a cry baby.
Repteated withdrawal, though, tends to decrease our self-confidence and lead to a sense of powerlessness and depression.