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Tearing yourself down

You always talk about yourself in self-deprecating ways: "I'm not as smart as you", "I'm just an idiot, why are you with me?", "You're just with me because you pity me", etc. 

This is a sign of low self-esteem, and most people do not enjoy being told that they love someone who is worthless. 

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