self-accusation

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self-ac·cu·sa·tion

(self'ak'yū-zā'shŭn),
A common psychiatric symptom, encountered most characteristically in agitated depression.
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Not at fault in her own assessment, she becomes an instance of trauma without self-accusatory guilt" (p.