The Anatomy of Self-Hatred

Fisher, Janina
July 2012
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p63
The article presents a case study which involves a patient who are mired in self-hatred. It cites how patient's childhood experience of abuse and neglect led her to the self-alienation. It highlights how the patient sought to feel better, safer and more fulfilled through participating a therapy session. It mentions how the patient embraced her experience of pain and transformed her relationship to herself and those she loved.


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