Being your own bully


Judging yourself is a form of self-hate. Judging can come in many forms such as saying things like, “I am fat” or “I bet people thought I was an idiot for saying that”. Recognising that calling yourself names and thinking about what you say and do in situations is judging yourself, you are being your own bully. I used to do this all the time, every time I went out or in the work place I always used to analyse my conversations with people and make a judgement on what they thought of me. Crazy how we can think ourselves into a state of shame, when the reality would probably be different and even if we are right, why should we care? why would what they think about us be of significance? The only person who should give you validation and reassurance is yourself. 

Think of someone who you admire…

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