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  • Shame is the gremlin who says: [...] "never  good enough" -- and, if you can talk it out of  

  • that one, "who do you think you are?" The thing  to understand about shame is it's not guilt.  

  • Shame is a focus on self. Guilt  is a focus on behavior. Shame is,  

  • "I am bad." Guilt is, "I did something bad."  

  • Shame is highly, highly correlated with addictiondepression, violence, aggression, bullying,  

  • suicide, eating disorders. And here's  what you even need to know more. Guilt,  

  • inversely correlated with those things. Shame, for women, is this web of unobtainable,  

  • conflicting, competing expectations about who  we're supposed to be. [...] For men, shame is not  

  • a bunch of competing, conflicting expectationsShame is one: do not be perceived as what?  

  • Weak. But the truth is [...] vulnerability is  

  • not weakness. I define vulnerability as emotional  risk, exposure, uncertainty. It fuels our daily  

  • lives. And I've come to the beliefthis is my  12th year doing this researchthat vulnerability  

  • is our most accurate measurement of courage. If we're going to find our way back to each other,  

  • we have to understand and know empathybecause empathy's the antidote to shame.  

  • If you put shame in a Petri dish, it needs three  things to grow exponentially: secrecy, silence and  

  • judgment. If you put the same amount in a Petri  dish and douse it with empathy, it can't survive.  

  • The two most powerful words when  we're in struggle: me too.  

  • If we're going to find our way back to each  other, vulnerability is going to be that path.

Shame is the gremlin who says: [...] "never  good enough" -- and, if you can talk it out of  

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【TED】(We need to talk about shame | Brené Brown)

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    Julianne Sung に公開 2021 年 09 月 29 日
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