Healing Inner Wounds With "What Is This?"

October 9, 2023

Whether we are recovering from an illness, injury, or emotional crisis, our bodies and minds need time to heal. And there are things you can do to speed up the process, such as eating healthy foods, taking a good vitamin and mineral supplement, and getting adequate sleep.

In the case of a physical wound, our immune system forms a scab and then a scar, healing the open tissue and protecting it from future harm. But when it comes to our psychological and emotional wounds, the healing process is less straightforward.

When a wound is not dealt with, it can affect our relationships and our ability to interact with the world around us. People with unhealed inner wounds may become withdrawn or depressed, making it difficult for them to connect with other people. They often lack empathy and are prone to blaming others.

Healing your inner wounds means listening to, validating, and acknowledging your distress and identifying what caused it in the first place. For instance, if you were hurt by your partner’s sudden need to work, you might reflect back on childhood experiences that triggered similar feelings of rejection and abandonment. You might write a letter to your inner child addressing those events from an adult perspective, offering insight or explanations for situations you didn’t understand at the time.

Developed for users of all ages, "What Is This?" uses ResNet50, an advanced AI model that enables your phone to recognize objects and understand what they are in a fun and engaging way. Once it sees an object, it presents a variety of images and other relevant information to deepen your understanding and context.

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