Denial, in simple terms, refers to a psychological defence mechanism by which a person refuses to accept or acknowledge a particular truth or reality.
It’s like wearing mental blinders to avoid facing or accepting something that might be uncomfortable, threatening, or challenging to deal with.
Denial can manifest in various situations, such as refusing to accept that Covid “vaccines” are harmful, as shown by Denis Rancourt in his all-cause mortality research.
Or as Edward Dowd showed in his book Cause Unknown.
Denial is not a healthy long-term coping mechanism. It hinders personal growth and prevents problem-solving, and it interferes with relationships.
Overcoming denial often requires one to confront the truth and accept it.
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