STFU Self-loathing Edition – Therapist in the Wild [VIDEO]
By Dr. Keith Witt
October 3, 2013
We all learn shame as toddlers responding to the disapprovals that parents regularly are compelled to try to control us with–the average 10 to 17 month old hears the word “no” once every eight waking minutes. Since kids learn to parent themselves from the ways they are parented, as we grow to be able to observe ourselves doing better or worse, we can disapprove of “worse” enough to feel guilt, remorse, or shame. Unfortunately, some of us can periodically dis ourselves so profoundly we become lost in self-loathing. This week’s Therapist in the Wild speaks to this distressing habit in our latest episode of STFU: Shut the f@#% up!–the self-loathing edition.
Get my FREE Art and Science of Relationships Series
I’m a licensed clinical psychologist, lecturer and author dedicated to studying, teaching, and creating transformative healing systems. I’ve been practicing psychotherapy for 40 years.
I want to give you access to the really GOOD stuff. And I want to give it to you free of charge.