The pain is inside the person. Internal pain generates immunity to pain. If the pain is repressed, then the immune system is lost and paranoia is generated. If the Pain is pushed and denied, paranoid schizophrenia and hallucinations develop. Pain should not be denied or repressed, but should be known, humbled, and sublimated into useful activity.
Fear cannot be repressed or repressed within oneself. Repressed fear breeds schizophrenia, and repressed fear is neurosis and psychosis. Fear must be put up with, fear must be respected and considered a friend.
The displacement of the fear itself leads to the fact that along with it goes the hope, faith and love. In the absence of hope for yourself, you have to rely on other people. All this is sublimated into a thirst for power. In the absence of self-love, joy goes away, but pain and thirst come pleasure. In the absence of self-belief, the ability to move goes away, but laziness and procrastination come.
If you replace fear, you will also replace shame. Now that the shame is outside of you, you are very dependent on other people's opinions and are bound by a sense of guilt. You should be ashamed not outwardly,but inwardly. Self-shame is called a sense of conscience. Conscience is restraint from the inside, and guilt is restraint from the outside.
When you push out hope and direct it at another person, you are left without a driving force. To keep yourself motivated and save yourself from agonizing expectations and procrastination, let go of your hope and forget about it. Imagine what you would do if there was no hope at all.