Crohn's disease is a chronic autoimmune disease in which the individual's immune system attacks its own intestines causing inflammation.
Often, the affected part is the final part of the ileum or small intestine, although the disease can occur anywhere in the digestive tract.
When this symptom appears, the person is experiencing an emotional conflict in which he/she feels fear of losing their identity. This symptom is the result of very dirty situations, very low, very unpleasant, very filthy and despicable vivid for quite some time within the family (often related to the father) or job. It uses to be very common in cases of school bullying and/or work. It can also be present in people who have been betrayed.
Necessarily there is a real fear to die, not being able to speak, inability to express what happens. Attached to a permanent feeling of material and emotional deprivation. If the person is young, he/she feels he/she cannot tell anyone because his/her family could blame him/her. If he/she is an old person, he/she feels he/she must endure to keep employment or economic gain.
-"I do not feel myself". - "I'm no good for anything” - "I despise myself” - "This has been usurped from me in a despicable way”
The person feels he/she cannot digest the prey, the bite and he/she does not find the exit, for crap.
This disease usually affects very stressed people, very pressured in the workplace and they must endure many orders and demands. As they do not value themselves, they are willingly dominated, but they do not know how to put themselves in the place of others, for fear of displeasing them. They are afraid of not being up to what others expect of them.
They also may suffer from ileitis those people who feel rejected by others and as rebellion they reject everything and everyone.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
The outside world is the mirror in which we constantly look at ourselves. If we see that others reject us it is the reflection of our own rejection.
It is necessary, in any experience, to accept the feelings involved, make them ours, and feel them without blaming anyone.
It is also very interesting to learn to relax and not let us fall into the trap of stress.
It is important to stop demanding too much, both to ourselves and others. Take things more calmly.
And finally, we must always seek to put ourselves in our place and handle situations with courage, from our point of view and from what we feel and stop thinking about the expectations of others. Of those who occupy them.
This behaviour is very valuable to learn to value and to love.