1. shame resulting from strong dislike of yourself or your actions
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How To Use self-hatred In A Sentence

  • Self-directable acts are such that the subject toward whom they are directed may be identical with the subject of the act (as in cases of self-pity, self-hatred, etc.). Adolf Reinach
  • All suffering is caused by the illusion of separateness, which generates fear and self-hatred, which eventually causes illness.
  • Not only that: the sinful, disorderly, unsubduable passion torturing Amfortas, for a moment tortures equally Parsifal, whose nature is thrown by it into a horror of self-hatred, and casts itself upon frenzied prayer for deliverance and pardon. The Wagnerian Romances
  • First, oppressed groups often exhibit self-hatred and dislike for members of their own group.
  • In the desire to be twice-born there is a good deal of self-hatred.
  • He eats too many late-night kebabs after drinking binges stemming from his innate self-hatred and inability to be at peace with the world.
  • Is this misogyny just a reflection of her self-hatred?
  • I would hide my fear and loathing from people, I would put on a mask and pretend to be happy - but the slightest little knock and I would plummet into feelings of self-hatred.
  • As the self-hatred is processed and released along with the underlying karma, one will quite naturally embrace one's own tones of creation based upon gender.
  • He portrays them as deeply divided, because their pleonexia leaves them dissatisfied and full of self-hatred.
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