Logic isn't logic if it's forced down your throat! Which is exactly why logic can't protect itself against its own reasoning when forced to do something it's never to have been done ever before, since an idea's very conception!
Sometimes logic pieces things together that isn't always "perfection"!
I was an outcast in school nobody liked me I had no friends noone to talk to noone to share my experiences with noone to understand me noone to learn from noone to help me I was alone and lonely and sad.
Now, reflecting on my memories of my outcast loneliness I am relieved from my trauma by expressing to myself my lonely sadness as I’m doing in this poem, and reminding myself that my school-days are in the past and re-focusing on being in the present-moment and striving for my joy and happiness.
When I am in pain I have discovered calmly introspecting gains me self-awareness of my pain, and helps me achieve acceptance of how the pain is happening; and then calmly expressing my pain in words enables further self-awareness of my pain, diminishes the psychological-energy of the pain, and helps me endure the pain calmly. Is it the same way for you?