Betraying yourself has its consequences says psychologist, Yasmeen Engelbrecht

In the wellness feature, psychologist, coach and life guru Yasmeen Engelbrecht chats about the consequences of self-betrayal.

Engelbrecht says that self-betrayal can be defined as an act of deliberate disloyalty to oneself.

We've all felt and exercised self-betrayal so there's no need to be dramatic about it adds Engelbrecht.

Engelbrecht says that dishonoring yourself can come with major consequences.

The first consequence of self-betrayal is that you get good at it which is a huge problem.

Yasmeen Engelbrecht, psychologist, coach and life guru

Engelbrecht says that when we betray ourselves, we initiate the process of not trusting ourselves.

She adds that the last consequence of self-betrayal is an erosion of your internal world.

You cannot love another human being if you do not love yourself.

Yasmeen Engelbrecht, psychologist, coach and life guru

Click on the link below to hear about the various ways to combat self-betrayal...


This article first appeared on 702 : Betraying yourself has its consequences says psychologist, Yasmeen Engelbrecht


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