When a tragedy becomes a social taboo
The Holocaust is one of the darkest events of human history. Hopefully, we may have learned from this tragedy. Unfortunately, we don’t talk enough about this event. Let’s see what is it all about. Indignation is a strong and fast human emotion. It helps to sell a lot of news content on the daily news. It is a natural feeling helping demonstration of empathy, sympathy and group belonging. Every human fail needs its digestion time and the worst it is, the more we need time. Add to this the fact that every human has its own digestion time on different events, it becomes a heterogeneous picture.
After every tragic incident, there is a moment we need to understand why it happened, looking for the how and every answers and analysis required to get it done. The Holocaust is one of this kind, but the intensity and complexity of this event make it hard to explore. Many people are not ready to hear about it, and as you may know, strong emotions make it hard to rationalize. The simple fact that people are looking to talk about it brings a strange situation as not everyone can verbalize their thought in the best emotional way.
To conclude, my point is that we must give us a chance to talk about things. We need to accept that words are not always the right one and by taking time to reformulate together our ideas, we are walking the path of social grief.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny