Let s be honest, how often have you been rude to yourself, calling yourself stupid, fat, ugly, a loser, not good enough? How often have you blasted yourself with derogatory insults that you would never dare fling at anyone else, because your words would hurt them, and they d likely cut you out of their lives? Self-loathing and self-hatred are probably the most self-destructive emotions for our mind and our body. However, self-loathing isn t something we are born with, but usually a pattern we learn during our early years. Over time, we get so used to self-loathing thoughts that they become the normal way in which we think about ourselves. And that is not healthy.
Join Dr. Friedemann Schaub on Empowerment Radio this Wednesday, October 3rd, and learn how you can break through old patterns of self-loathing and self-judgment. Develop a healthier and more appreciative relationship with yourself.