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Self-guilt is the feeling of guilt kept to one's self. It's a repeating process of an individual feeling guilt, this can last days, months, and even years. Self-guilt is mentally almost like self harm in one's own mind, feeling the need to bring themselves down. This can occur intentionally, and even sometimes not realizing what's happening. Self-guilt is looked up as a way to put yourself down, leading to cases like depression, self harm, and even suicide. Self-guilt is a component of self-directed emotions like self-blame, and self-disgust.

Self-guilt in relationships

While dealing with self-guilt, there's even more stuff you need to deal with. Self-guilt can mentally eat up a person while they're in a relationship, making them feel guilt on one's self. This can occur due to many things, one of them in insecurities. Feeling insecure can lead to self-guilt, feeling like it's one's own fault for feeling that way. This can often feel stressful, causing mental-break downs, problems in the relationship, and depression.[1]


Self-guilt is a feeling many people who also self-harm get. Self-guilt is almost like mentally self-harming to one's self, except it's in the mind. People who self-harm often feel it's their fault for doing it, which makes them feel ashamed. Harming yourself is often felt like it's your own fault, giving the feeling of self-guilt.[2]


Depression is often related to self-guilt. Constant feeling of self-guilt can lead to depression, since an individual is constantly putting themselves down. Self-guilt sparks insecurity, indecision, and poor decisions.[3]