Instead of asking for the reason something happens, it's more healthful to focus on the deeper, perhaps-unasked question.
Here's my major reason for suggesting this: When we ask why, the natural answer is logical and analytical. We may gain information, but we rarely find help because our issues come from multi-layered pain and we want satisfying, emotional responses.
When you want to ask why,
ask yourself, "What do I really want?"
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