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“Be your own mental gatekeeper and lock the door on thoughts that are self-disparaging or self-destructive.”
“So much so that the reader begins to feel comfortable in the possibility that Berryman and Henry are one or share the same sensibility which the recorded moment requires — sad, sensitive, self-indulgent, self-disparaging, confessional roustabouts with something unsettling to say about life, art, the American dream:”
“In such conversations, girls use self-disparaging body talk as a way to bond with their peers, with talk about weight substituted for talk about feelings.”
“He seemed angry at me for being self-disparaging, and told me I was taking away from the professionalism of my site by cracking jokes about my weight.”
“He would paint such a bleak, self-disparaging picture of himself that within a short time all he wanted was some way to push away the discomfort—and thus the cycle of self-deception resumed.”
“Sometimes the haughty face of envy is disguised beneath a mask of excessive praise or admiration, often followed by a self-disparaging remark.”
“Unhealthy: Fearing that they have ruined their security, they become panicky, volatile, and self-disparaging with acute inferiority feelings.”
“In response to their harangue, Darlene became increasingly withdrawn and self-disparaging, commenting on her having disappointed them because she was just not smart or independent enough.”
“In 1913 Walser left Berlin and returned to Switzerland "a ridiculed and unsuccessful author" (his own self-disparaging words).”
“As I have said before, no one cares to hear another say what in self-disparaging moments he often says about himself.”
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