Shame often manifests through secrecy, silence, and judgment.
Brene Brown talks about this a lot in her work, but today we are going to talk about shame and guilt in our every day life.
We’re taking a deep dive into shame and guilt and I think it will help you understand what those emotions are, how they’re different, and what to do about them when they come up.
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“Instead of treating ourselves like a child who is going to mistakes because they are human beings, we treat ourselves like someone who should be perfect, and we’re not, and we’re never going to be.” – Terri Cole
- What is shame
- What is the difference between shame and guilt
- What creates shame
- How guilt and shame are pro-social
- How to stop shaming yourself
- How to stop feeling guilty
- The importance of mindful breathing
- How to heal
“Shame is something that we naturally want to hide.” – Terri Cole
“When we make someone wrong for what they’re wearing or how they’re being, it’s like we disassociate ourselves (we make them ‘other’) and now we are no longer interested in why they are the way they are.” – Terri Cole