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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|8 Self-esteem and self-contempt have specific odors; they can be smelled. ERIC |
HOFFER (1902-83), U.S. philosopher. The Passionate Slate of Mind, aph. 246(
1955). 9 No matter what our achievements might be, we think well of ourselves ...
Carol A. Dingle - 2000 - 260 pages
|Where everything is possible miracles become commonplaces, but the familiar |
ceases to be self-evident. We lie loudest when we lie to ourselves. Self-esteem
and self-contempt have specific odors; they can be smelled. No matter what our ...
|Hoffer, Eric Self-esteem and self-contempt have specific odors; they can be |
smelled. - Hoffer, Eric No matter what our achievements might be, we think well of
ourselves only in rare moments. We need people to bear witness against our
|Eric Hoffer, said that "Self-esteem and self-contempt have specific odors; they |
can be smelled." You use your sense of smell as a warning system. When you
get a whiff of something rotten with respect to food, you don't eat it. When you
smell a ...
|ease on everyday life can lead to "inability to pursue usual activities, to |
discrediting by others, and to social isolation. ... Thus, it is not so much the
presence of illness that undermines self-esteem but rather the inability to contain
health problems (Belgrave, 1990) and failure to ... Whenever smell and urine
were mentioned, they were combined with criticism, anger, and contempt for the
|which objectivity is self-congratulation and tolerance a sham, comes. - Geertz, |
Clifford We can bear to be deprived of everything but our self-conceit. - Hazlitt,
William Self-esteem and self-contempt have specific odors; they can be smelled.
|Shame-based self-criticism Focuses on the desire to condemn and punish |
Piuiishes past errors and is often ... frustration contempt, disappointment
Concentrates on deficits and fear of exposure Focuses on a global sense of self
Includes a high fear ... learning points) Focuses on attributes and specific
qualities of self ° Increases chances of avozdance and withdrawal. ... How our
brains respond to stimulus Imagine that you are very hungry and you see a
wonderful plate of food or smell ...
|The Reactive Patterns of the Inverted Narcissist The inverted narcissist does not |
suffer from a "milder" form of narcissism. Like the "classic" narcissists, it has
degrees and shades. But it is ... when her sense of self-worthlessness is
diminished by a behaviour, a comment, an event, when her lack of self-worth and
voided self-esteem is threatened. ... ...When thinking about the past, when
emotions and memories are evoked (usually negative ones) by certain music, a
given smell, or sight.
|Shame operates only after the signals of interest and/or enjoyment have been |
activated—and it acts to interfere with one or the other or both. ... Many child
development researchers suggest that the development of a healthy sense of self
and self-esteem involves validation of ... Later, these signals are related
psychologically to rejection and contempt. Such phrases as “this leaves a bad
taste in my mouth” or “this has a bad smell to it” convey the link between the
physiological affects of ...