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There is an old proverb that says; "Eye does not see; Heart does not hurt." That is just so, except that the eye must always know what to see and no one has the right to close the other's eyes ( equal, deceive). Those who suffer deception, even more than betrayal, lose the existing human strength for themselves and others: it is canceled, torn, torn and recoiled is painfully awkward. It is not a matter of trust (in fact, we do not only have a moral question, though it is probably not a matter of course): it is a matter of being taken hostage by the will of others torturing with the non-delivery of truth What feelings are possible if not those of aggression as painful destruction and disturbance? It is terrible for anyone to find a deception and the right to knowledge makes the difference between self-recognition and annulment devaluation. The psychological burden of deception is always and nevertheless selfishness: you want to keep the old and the new (whatever you may or may want to understand). At the only small scourge of deception, it can be a kind of testimony of unhealthy attachment that sometimes has to do with infantile and superficial love.