Have you ever spent some time staring at a severely addicted person in a bad phase?Have you ever seen someone struggling with major depression? Well, if yes, you might have been looking at my-SELF at some point. Whatever an image this may bring up in your mind, it’s merely an “exterior” expression of what has internallyoccurred to the person in their silenced world of inner thoughts, interpretations and reactions.In another word, there is a much more profound and bitter side to this not-so-beautiful image and the like, which is mostly considered as a gradual “self-destructive process”.
The truth is that self-destruction may happen even without any external driving factors like drugs and so. One might be a very fortunate person without any major environmental issues and still be harmfully engaged in a blind self-destructive set up leading towards failure in the fulfillment of one’s destiny.
The phenomenon is not only traceable into one’s future days to come, but also even more simply recognizable in their current attitude as well. It has a few major signs: