The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines self-pity as the self-indulgent dwelling on your own sorrows or misfortunes”.   Here are some of the reasons why self-pity is so destructive.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines self-pity as the self-indulgent dwelling on your own sorrows or misfortunes”. Here are some of the reasons why self-pity is so destructive.

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Self esteem, self acceptance, self respect & confidence. "I AM" positive affirmations.
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Feeling your feelings is an important tool for greater self love, increased peace, happiness, confidence and joy. Download a powerful meditation for deep emotional healing at SuzanneHeyn.com.

Feeling your feelings is an important tool for greater self love, increased peace, happiness, confidence and joy. Download a powerful meditation for deep emotional healing at SuzanneHeyn.com.

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Self love above all: - thefrizzkid:   You define what self care means to...
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How We Define Self Esteem - Self Esteem Activities Hub  Read more here: http://www.selfesteemactivitieshub.com/define-self-esteem/

How We Define Self Esteem - Self Esteem Activities Hub Read more here: http://www.selfesteemactivitieshub.com/define-self-esteem/

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It is strange to think that an abuser has managed to completely corrupt how you see yourself. Healing your self-esteem is about confronting that false programming, not about confronting the abuser or anyone else.

It is strange to think that an abuser has managed to completely corrupt how you see yourself. Healing your self-esteem is about confronting that false programming, not about confronting the abuser or anyone else.

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From http://notsalmon.com Get more Tiny Buddha: http://tinybuddha.com
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Wouldn't it be great if we all had such a place!?!?!? Mine is my Enchanted Forest!!!
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I'm that friend that has always managed to make time to help others, even when I needed help and no one helped me. I guess I'd rather be the giver than the taker.

I'm that friend that has always managed to make time to help others, even when I needed help and no one helped me. I guess I'd rather be the giver than the taker.

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