Author: Jan Scholten
They feel special, but not seen. They feel not taken serious or heard for the important things they have to say or show. They are often very creative, artistic and scientific, but that is not appreciated by family of the public. In order to get attention they try to please others. With that they give themselves away. They become unable to be themselves and stay in the background. Due to this attitude they are easily overlooked and often also used and abused. This exaggerates the feeling of not being seen.
Ailments form not being heard in the abuse that has been done to them; parents who do not want to hear about a sexual abuse.
Feeling guilty about what has been done to them.
Abdomen: Crohn’s diseas; ulcerative colitis.