This is a complex one, and involves a large variety of destructive behaviors such as jealousy, possessiveness, emotional manipulation, neediness, violence and so forth.When we don’t feel worthy of love, we unconsciously manifest this in our relationships through the way we choose to behave.Many under-eaters fool themselves into thinking they’re benefiting themselves.Truth is that under-eating is usually a band aid for serious self-image and other psychological issues.Yes, absolutely, if and when the person has the desire to heal.Self destructive behaviors vary from cutting, binging and purging, abusing drugs/alcohol, etc., yet all are similar in the fact that people are hurting, wanting to numb their feelings, and typically have low self worth.
If you are wanting better clarification or even confirmation that you are indeed a self-destructive person, keep reading.
This is another form of unconsciously manifested self-destructive behavior.
Pushing away advice, refusing to go to rehab, avoiding the psychologist …
Self-pity is destructive because it encourages us to remain inactive (i.e.
wallowing in our misfortunes), rather than encouraging a proactive approach towards life.
These thoughts, and various others, have been circling slowly through my mind recently.