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Symptoms of self-loathing
People who struggle with depression or anxiety can often have a running internal monologue of self-loathing thoughts. Some of the following may be typical:
I am worthless.
I deserve the pain from my mistakes.
I deserve to be treated poorly.
I feel things differently than other people – they are better than I am. I am weak, pathetic, and too sensitive.
I am stupid for being hurt by this, and people will laugh at me if I admit that I am hurting.
I don’t deserve to be comforted.
People just put up with me.
I hurt everyone; people should stay away from me.
People expect the worst of me; why bother trying?
Everything I do is a disaster.
I can’t live up to anyone’s expectations.
I’m a failure at everything.
HOW TO INTERRUPT NEGATIVE SELF-TALK:
If you struggle with depression or self-loathing, it is important to see a therapist so that you can work together to find a combination of therapy and medication that can assist you. The following things are commonly used to interrupt negative self-talk and thoughts of despair and worthlessness:
Treat yourself the way you treat your friends. You deserve better than hating yourself.
Take a few moments and breathe deeply, breathing in your surroundings.
Do something different – stand up, take a walk, sing – to interrupt the negative self-talk.
Talk back to the negative self-talk. If it’s saying, “I’m worthless,” say “I’m awesome.”
Talk with it; exaggerate whatever the negative self-talk. Either it’ll make you cry or laugh.
Visualize yourself as a worthy person.
Question the validity of the negative self-talk.
Identify the reasons for the negative self-talk, write them down, then come up with reasons that the negative self-talk is wrong.
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