(1) You are not all right the way you are (i.e., you are fat, lonely, unattractive, out of work, poor)
(2) There is a product you can buy that will immediately make you all rightBut watching TV at the lonely hour is not the cause of self-contempt; it is the consequence. Nobody has to tell you that your life is screwed up;you knew that already or you wouldn't be here. That's why you are a secure for a cure.
It all makes me remember the late Hugh Slate, LA lawyer and the proprietor of the first bankruptcy mill with which I was ever closely acquainted. Some thought Hugh was a shyster and I recognize a fair basis for that belief: there is good reason to suspect that any lawyer who advertises on TV is a shyster. But I have another opinion: I think was just an early master of mass marketing and economies of scale. I do remember his ads, where he'd repeat, with his rich Tennessee accent (as a commentator remembers it): "we make bill collectors leave you alone, and that means leave you alone."
Got it? Now go and get some sleep. And call me in the morning.
Afterthought: I suppose the counter would be the idea that "three o'clock is not a good time to start anything, whether morning or afternoon." And BTW, yes, Keith said four o'clock, not three, but same difference.
Defensive Update: You were watching, Buce? Got some self-contempt issues, have we? No, not really, but I've always been a patchy and inconsistent sleeper.