“The reason we may feel more anxious than we “should” lies in an unusual place: Self Hatred. If we think of ourselves as ‘bad’, then surely bad things must happen to ‘bad’ people. One of the ways of calming down is to learn to unpack the origins of our self-suspicion and lay the ground for a more self-loving and compassionate future” ~ The School of Life
Self Hatred is one of the most difficult things to treat in Psychotherapy. Newcastle based Psychiatrist Dr Nick Bendit speaks on some of the challenges for the person seeking support and for the one providing support.