Repression of painful memories is sometimes called “willed forgetting.” Yet true forgetting is (i) than the phenomenon of repressed memory. In spite of the effort that it (ii), repressing unwanted memories is less (iii) than truly forgetting them, for repressed memories are prone to come back.
Blank (i): less controlled, different in its effect, far more commonBlank (ii): eases, conveys, entailsBlank (iii): permanent, arduous, immediate
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