13 Self Destructive Outcomes of Self-Hatred

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Beyond the reasons for self-hatred, it's critical to comprehend the consequences that might occur when your thoughts reinforce that self-hatred. The following are some possible outcomes:

01-You may give up trying because you believe it will only result in failure.
Once your inner space is saturated with negativity, the emotional, mental, spiritual resources needed to pursue your dreams, goals, and visions would be little or lacking.

02-You may indulge in self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, overeating, or isolation. The internal space is what empowers an individual to handle external challenges, setbacks, and difficulties without succumbing to self-destructive habits. Self-hatred weakens the internal space making it unable to handle the external pressure. When no attempts are made to restore the calmness, confidence, courage, and compassion of the internal, the individual could resort to drugs and other antisocial behaviors to quell the internal conflict.

03-You can undermine your own efforts or neglect your own well being-Self hatred is having an enemy within draining you emotionally, mentally, and spiritually through negative labels, shaming, and guilt-tripping. Since your external performance is influenced by the state of your inner space, you are likely to always find out that you have no energy to pursue your goals, dreams, and visions.

04-You may unconsciously pick toxic friends or relationships that are harmful to you or who will take advantage of you.-You're always looking for validation from others to justify your self-worth. Since your self-perception shifts based on how others assess you or what they think of you, you are likely to turn a blind eye to rogue characters for the sake of a sense of belonging. 

05-You may struggle with low self-confidence and low self-esteem-When comparing yourself to others in everyday life, you have poor self-esteem and don't feel like you measure up.

06-When you're plagued by uncertainty, you could find it difficult to make decisions and feel as if you need people to help you in decision making.

07-You may be a perfectionist who finds it difficult to complete tasks.-You are frightened to have ambitions and aspirations, and you believe that you must continue to live in a safe environment. You may be terrified of failing, succeeding, or looking down on yourself regardless of your accomplishments. 

08-You may be too concerned about everyday issues or your future.

09-You, find it difficult to accept wonderful things about yourself and assume that others who congratulate you are merely being kind or deceptive.

10-You may be unable to pursue your ambitions and desires and feel stifled.

11-You may have doubts about your ability and what you can achieve.

12-You may believe that the future is dismal and that you have no hopes for it.

13-You may feel as if you don't belong anyplace, that you're an outcast, and that you're cut off from the rest of the world.

Many of the consequences of self-hatred are also symptoms of self-hatred. As a result, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy from which you will find it difficult to escape. You'll never be able to go forward as long as you're stuck in this cycle of self-hatred. You may, however, interrupt the pattern with assistance.

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