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Feeling angry towards myself?!

Hi everyone! If you are reading this, I hope you are doing well :D As some of you may already know, I decided to stop doing the sport I loved to do. Ever since many of my good friends have cut me off and I am having a very hard time getting over the entire thing. I am in physical and mental pain from all of this and I feel horrible about myself for, well, not being able to get over it. I feel selfish and weak, I heard from someone who I was able to trust throught this whole experience about what they have been saying and it has been the stupidest and most hurtful gossip. It is hurtful to hear it coming from people I thought I could trust. The coach has pitched in to all of this as well. I am very sorry to have to put this on you guys. Is this something to be upset about or something that should be overcomed quickly? I feel terrible, all the bad vibes are coming back :'(
Category: Anxiety 4 years ago
Bear1
Asked 4 years ago

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I am not familiar with the thing you mention stopping so I can't say anything about that but I will say that it sounds like you are beating yourself up on top of whatever others are saying. In my experience that is NEVER helpful and often just serves to make our suffering worse. I also frequently beat myself up so I understand. Be more gentle with yourself and I think things might be a bit easier for you, at least that works for me (though sometimes very difficult to do). I really have no answers, I just deal with the same things. Good luck and I hope you feel better soon!
newcatlady
Answered 4 years ago
newcatlady

I started seeing a therapist who said I have a very harsh superego. That has really helped me to think that the thoughts I have about myself are flawed, not accurate, very harsh. I find a sense of relief in just knowing that my negative thoughts about myself are not facts. I agree with the other post about being gentle with your self and not beating yourself up, and realizing my super ego is harsh has helped me to do both of those. I hope you're feeling better soon!
Leeza
Answered 4 years ago
Leeza

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