Most therapists do not have a clue about what mind control entails. Some are afraid. Some of their partners, spouses, and children are too fearful. Many do not have the curiosity or the intelligence to read everything and educate themselves. Consequently, there is a dearth of competent therapists for this field. These intense feelings of isolation and aloneness will be present throughout the survivors' self-recovery. Some of them will have the incredibly good luck to have found a partner or spouse who cares and knows how to listen. A therapist is often a part-time friend. Once the survivors integrate, the whole system can hold the devastation of loneliness and its intensity will lessen. The most devastating feelings are usually found underneath rage. First, infants are angry, then sad. Unless the preparators work hard to find these infant experiences, they may remain trapped in them.