What if a person does not mark the passage of crises in his life, does it mean that there were none? Psychologists are convinced that the psychological crisis is as natural as the changes of the human body with age. Not to realize that now they are living through a psychological crisis, people with a low level of reflection, inattention to themselves can, when he pushes his distress away. Or, a person in every way holds back feelings within himself, fearing to destroy his positive image before others, to show himself as a person with problems. Such non-survival, ignoring the crisis afterwards gives the unification of all uncompleted stages, like an avalanche. Needless to say, this is a difficult outcome, an enormous psychological burden, which a person sometimes cannot cope with.
Another variant of the atypical course of crises is often observed in hypersensitive individuals open to changes and transformations of the personality. They are prone to prevention, and when the first symptoms of the coming crisis appear, they immediately try to draw conclusions and adapt. Crises they flow softer. However, this anticipatory approach does not fully immerse in the lesson that a person is in crisis.
Each crisis contains something that will help a person on a further segment of life, provides support for the passage of the following crises. A person does not develop linearly, he develops in steps, and the crisis is just that moment of a breakthrough in development, after which there is a period of stabilization, a plateau. Crises help individuals grow, we do not grow on our own, we don’t want to go out of balance on our own, and it seems there’s no need. Because the psyche involves our internal conflicts. Thanks to crises, a person, though uneven, is growing all his life.