Is it conceited to say "I hate myself"?

If it's conceited and or self I cover to say "I love myself", then is it conceited to say "I hate myself", too?

Updates:
Self involved, sorry typo

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Most Helpful Guy

  • No, it's not the same way as this" your own strengths can be your greatest weaknesses" is somewhat similar to your sentence isn't it. Yes, it's possible that your own strengths can be your weaknesses so, what you are saying can also be true.

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    • Thanks for the MHO. I didn't expect that.

    • It doesn't dismiss it, but, it doesn't accept it either, that's what I wanted, a rational answer

What Girls Said 2

  • Do you not know the meaning of the word

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  • I think you should look up the meanings of "conceited" and "self-involved"

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What Guys Said 2

  • Not exactly no, Conceited imply that its something good or positive cause you think highly of yoursef, hating yourself is the opposite..

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    • Funny how an extra period can also imply many things. didn't mean to do that :).

    • But they both have the same idea of self involvement

  • You're not conceited if you love yourself. And it's self loathing to say you hate yourself.

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