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Being Unkind To Ourselves

There is an unconscious impluse to be unkind to ourselves and commit self-torture using our own mind. The way we treat others is a subconscious internalization of how others have treated us.

Example: If we were ignored or shunned by others, we are more likely to do the same.

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