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How to deal with Shame and feelings related to it: Embarrassment, Humiliation, Shyness. How to be resilient to shaming
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How to overcome Shame, Embarrassment and Humiliation?
Have you ever feared of being exposed as worthless and defective, an impostor without any real talent?All of us at least once in life felt like: an outsider or a lonermisunderstoodunpopular, unwelcomeleft out, excludedweird or strangeless importantoverlooked, forgottenASHAMEDEvery normal person experiences shame. Shame is the main reason we feel lonely and inferior, and strive for perfection. Sexual disorders, depression, addiction and many eating disorders are largely disorders of shame. Both physical abuse and sexual abuse also significantly involve shame. The meaning of shame in this course is a sense of worthlessness and inadequacy many people feel. We feel unlovable, not good enough, defective and flawed. Feeling of shame is when you feel like a mistake, rather than a worthy human being. You feel inner chaos and undeserving of respect, love and caring. When you experience shame, you wish a hole would open up and swallow you. We feel that all of our vulnerabilities become exposed and magnified. We believe that others view us with disdain or disgust. We think that perhaps we can be accepted if we can only become more lovable or perfect. We direct all of our actions towards accomplishing certain goals. We feel exposed when we make mistakes, when we do or say something unintended in a public setting, or when we compare ourselves unfavorably with people around us. When we are doing well, we think its only a matter of time before we are discovered as useless. When we make mistakes, we expect a terrifying degree of anger from the people we disappoint. Shame is related to self-contempt, a sense of inferiority, and low self-esteem. Paradoxically, people who are judgmental, arrogant and contemptuous toward others, are also driven by shame. The problem is, people dont like talking about shame. There is shame about shame. We will readily admit guilt, hurt or fear before we will admit shame. Thats why we use other words to describe our experience of shame: embarrassed, shy, guilty, self-conscious, rejected or inferior. If you feel: bad about yourselflike a loserinsecure about your appearancefoolish and embarrassedself-consciousalways guilty for somethinghurt and left outvulnerable and exposedunworthy and unlovable -then you have shame problems. Topics covered in this course: Why do we feel ashamed of ourselves?When do we feel shame?How to handle shame-eliciting situations?Is it necessary to shame people?Growing up in shaming familiesDealing with childhood traumasWhy do we become addicts?Addictions (to food, sex, hobbies, etc.)How do we act when other people shame us?How to defend yourself against shaming?Shame in romantic relationshipsShame in relationships with parentsSexual and physical abuseCharacteristics of adults shamed in childhoodFeelings of embarrassment, humiliation, self-consciousness, shynessIs shame good or bad?Should we use shame to discipline children?Who are chronically shamed people?Eating disorders and shameContemptuous peoplePerfectionists are shamed peopleWhy are we attracted to wrong people?Is criminal behavior related to shame?Shame is different in different culturesHow is procrastination related to shame?How do we avoid shame?Do you envy often?Are you indifferent person?People who strive for power and controlNarcissists and their shameHow to build a healthy adult relationship?Dependency, Co-dependency and Counter-dependencyShould you share your shameful experience?How to grow up and mature?How to deal with Criticism?How to raise a healthy child?How to be empathetic?How to be resilient to shame?Strategies to cope with shameShame is a major destructive force in our life. It is at the root of all dysfunctions in families. In this course, youll learn how to deal with shame and how to develop resilience to shame. The less we understand shame and how it influences us, the more power it has over our lives. You can overcome the feeling of shame by understanding why it occurs and how to deal with the experience. This course will give you solutions and tools to address the shame you are feeling. After you implement the ideas, I hope youll be more confident to move forward, take chances, and create a better future.
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