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Synonyms for self-hatred

shame resulting from strong dislike of yourself or your actions


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Not cutting the character the least bit of slack, the actor has given him the self-protective (and self-loathing) posture of a rounded back and caved-in chest.
Are employees who are demonstrating self-loathing and suicidal intent offered or mandated to mental health evaluation for the safety and comfort of employees and customers of the post office?
While explaining the fear he experienced before he received treatment for his disorder, the 66-year-old star said that it's like the night before the test and you aren't really sure about the subject and this balloon of self-loathing starts to swell up fast in anticipation of failure.
I had gone through years of self-loathing and denial as a teenager, and I felt this somehow helped even the score.
For all its intrigue, her graceful memoir aptly portrays the lot of the aspiring writer: self-loathing, loneliness, and a desperate desire to inhabit the literary world.
Further validation of the self-loathing subscale as a screening tool for eating disorders.
Kenneth Burr, a family therapist, seeks to help many find that spirituality they want in their life so that they can have their faith without the self-loathing. "Coming Out, Coming Home" is a thoughtful and recommended read for anyone who is, or knows a friend or loved one struggling with their spiritual life and its clash with who they are.
YOUNG people in Wales are facing increased mental health problems such as panic attacks, self-loathing and depression, according to a new study.
In this paper, we propose that the fragile masculine self consists of at least two strands of intersecting, intertwined, commingling psychological dynamics: fear and self-loathing. While literature about the fragile masculine self has focused primarily on the fear dynamic, no attention has been given to what we present here as the twin dynamic of self-loathing.
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Meanwhile, Natasha is concerned by Maisie's self-loathing when she visits her at the clinic, while Nathan works to ensure that Ryan has no claim on the family assets.
Having a one-night stand only fuels her self-loathing, but just in case she has any dignity left, she trashes Booty and then breaks into Max's.
The former drug addict said: "It's a self-loathing and I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy."
Not just another self-help, self-improvement 'how to' book, "The Power 2 Be You!: Ways Women Lose Their Power & How To Get It Back!" by Sharon Capehart presents an illuminating and illustrative example of how four ordinary women whose self-limiting beliefs about themselves kept them in a state of self-loathing, hurt and hopelessness.
Research published in the British Journal of Dermatology suggests Karl Marx suffered from a skin condition which caused 'self-loathing and alienation', reflected in his writing.