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self-hatred

(sĕlf′hā′trĭd) or

self-hate

(-hāt′)
n.
Hatred, disregard, and denigration of oneself.
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Self-loathing and perfectionism: Linking eating disorders and compulsive exercise.
Almost half of unemployed respondents (48%) said joblessness had caused problems including panic attacks, self-harm and self-loathing. Rick Libbey, Director of The Prince's Trust Cymru says: "Unemployment presents a very real and frightening mental health problem for young people in Wales - and the longer they are out of work, the greater the risk."
Keywords: fragile masculine self, disidentification, self-loathing, male gender identity, self-hatred
Williams' most intriguing thesis was that Schuyler's "intellectual confusion," as the journalist reached his professional prime in the 1940s, was caused by "racial self-loathing" as well as a quest to achieve "mainstream status" by joining the "conservative intellectual bandwagon." Indeed, Schuyler unashamedly supported Joseph McCarthy in the 1950s, which ran contrary to the views of the African American establishment.
The older son, who wishes to wallow in his self-loathing rather than eat with a sinner, is assured of his place with the father as his child.
Encompassed in those four words was the winding road from self-loathing to acceptance, a journey I am still on.
the perfect platform from which to torment the public into self-loathing. The 'war on obesity' is very lucrative.
Challenging and thought-provoking reading, Ten Things I Wish Jesus Never Said is very strongly recommended for all believing Christians who seek to follow the teachings and instructions of Jesus of Nazareth--including those on poverty, self-mutilation, commitment, self-crucifixion, martyrdom, love, forgiveness, self-loathing, discernment, self-assessment, and surrender that seem so unrealistic within the context of the modern world.
Moore internalized the many violations she faced to the point of seemingly incurable self-loathing. There is no resolution, no coming-to-terms or acceptance.
XASTHUR/NORTT A Curse for the Lifeless LP (Southern Lord)--Xasthur's (USA) legendary haunting drone spheres collide with obsessive necro-rhythms that wrap me warmly in self-loathing and suicidal meditation.
And such a choice might lead to all the other trouble coining down the pike later: sugar blues, a headache, weight gain and self-loathing, dietary habits that tend over the years toward diabetes, stroke, and heart attack, not to mention envy of thinner people, avarice for more jelly beans, sloth about amending my life, and anger if someone tries to take my jelly beans away.
Unable to recognize the good in itself and its products, the American auto industry slid deeper into exhaustion and self-loathing that mirrored the self-doubt overtaking the country.