The Bravery of Being Shameless
I’ve been thinking a lot about shame and being shameless lately and decided that it’s time to speak loudly about it.
First of all, we feel shame before, during or after a certain moment in our life when we subconsciously chose to place a heavy load of judgment onto ourselves … free willingly, of course!
And then there are those instances when we actually manage not to place judgment onto ourselves, but someone else chooses to do that … free willingly, of course!
Let’s Look Into How Shame Works In Both Occurrences, Shall We?
In the situation . . .
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