I'd say so. With repeated behaviour in `fixing' the issue, we become so adept at the fixing (particularly the `hanging in there' until the job is done!) that the wound itself becomes an integrated part of our everyday life. Asking oneself `Why am I forever doing this?' tends to be overlooked until someone else points it out.EJ53 said:Oh yes!...........And taken great pride in my stubborn determination/efforts to make them do so..........until more enlightened members of this forum recently made me realise the problem was within (rather than outside of) myself.
(Maybe "that which we most pride ourselves upon" is another indicator of our Chiron wound?)EJ