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Self-hatred is a part of the human condition. No matter how
perfect you are, you would still have that little part of yourself
telling you how things could have been different. We all have
Self-hatred is a part of the human condition. No matter how perfect you are, you would still have that little part of yourself telling you how things could have been different. We all have dreams weve failed to live up to, ideals weve failed to embody, actions we wish we had or hadnt done, ways in which we wish we could be different.
This is normal. And we all must deal with these parts of ourselves that we don't exactly like. Because the more you don't like yourself, the lesser is your self-respect. And the lesser your self-respect is, the less likely it is for you to say 'NO' to others or sometimes even to yourself. You cannot control your thoughts of hatred about yourself. You keep on doing stuff for people who doesn't deserve it from you in the first place!
But let me tell you, saying no is pretty awesome when you know how to say it right. You say no to doing a bunch of meaningless shit that you dont think is important in life. You say no to people who overstep their boundaries and make unfair demands of your time or attention. You say no to make it clear to others where you stand and what you will/will not tolerate in your relationships.
Saying these nos is difficult, of course. Thats because the ability to say a healthy no requires a certain degree of self-respect and self-care. But saying no to the people and things that harm your life rather than help is often the first step to learning how to love and care for yourself.