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Compassion Motivations: Distinguishing Submissive Compassion From Genuine Compassion and its Association With Shame, Submissive Behavior, Depression, Anxiety and Stress.
Recent research has suggested that being compassionate and helpful to others is linked to well-being. However, people can pursue compassionate motives for different reasons, one of which may be to be liked or valued. ...
Body image and weight-related shame prospectively predict binge eating symptomology and weight outcomes: The value of deshaming approaches to weight management.
Background & Aims: Cross sectional associations suggest that BMI is associated with body image shame, which, in turn, is associated with negative self evaluations and loss of control of eating (binge eating symptomology) ...
The relationship between body image and weight-related shame and loss of control of eating in participants of a weight management programme
Background & Aims: Obesity is recognised as a stigmatised condition and weight-related stigma is associated with shame (1). Recent studies suggest that body image and weight-related shame is associated with self-criticism, ...
Fears of happiness and compassion in relationship with depression, alexithymia, and attachment security in a depressed sample
Objectives In a non-clinical population, fears of compassion and fear of happiness have both been found to be highly correlated with alexithymia and depression. This study sought to explore these processes and their links ...
When thought suppression backfires: its moderator effect on eating psychopathology
Recently, several studies have pointed the importance of thought suppression as a form of experiential avoidance in different psychopathological conditions. Thought suppression may be conceptualized as an attempt to decrease ...