To continue analyzing along this line can slowly but surely see some good results, making it easier to let go and allowing a new life to begin.
Psychotherapy can only help us take control of moods and feelings temporarily; it does not solve our problems. It is like taking a pain killer to temporarily chase away a headache. The Buddhist way, however, is to rely on theories that are both logical and convincing to cut to the root of the problems. Once the theories have been thought through and fully understood, the agony will never come back again.
The Theravadins have succeeded in controlling desire by way of this method, which proves the method is right and effective.
~ Depicted from "THE HANDBOOK FOR LIFE"S JOURNEY : On The Three Poisons - How to Handle Desire"