Is There a Mental Disorder Where You Find No Value in Your Own Life?

Question by the_Writer: Is there a mental disorder where you find no value in your own life?
I’m looking for something a little more specific than “depression,” as it has connotations of hopelessness. I want to say “depersonalization,” but that implies that the person believes he/she isn’t in control of his/her actions.

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Answer by Daniel
Id like to say extreme self awareness but i remember reading something nietzche wrote about something very similiar


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