Self-Abuse (HT1070)

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For internalized anger, self-contempt and blame, dissatisfaction with life, violent thoughts/actions, depression, self-inflicted violence. For promoting self-esteem, loving internal dialogue, self-acceptance, optimism. Can be helpful for a number of internalized health issues including, anorexia, cutting, and other conditions that relate to hurting one’s self. Watch for signs of self-inflicted violence in depressed individuals, especially common in teenage girls. Self-abusiveness is often evident in the language of individuals as they tend to speak of themselves in negative terms. Pain in lumbar and/or sacrum, foul smelling excretions, angina pectoris, heart palpitations, hyperpyrexia, anemia.