The stigma is real.
Shame is insidious, incestuous and relentless. Shame has no shame! So, I think I'll trade in my baseball bat for a flash
It's a process. Shedding shame will take time and practice, but it's worth the effort. In the early morning hours, cold and
Things only get worse when others are intricately involved and guilt is lurking on the scene. When we've done something to
Shame has been my constant companion for as far back as I can remember, but not my friend. I think shame thinks of itself
Despite the fact that aging does indeed kick us out of the in, our shame about it is unjustified. How can we kick the aging person out of a tribe of members that are all aging? Do we want to continue to eliminate our future selves from relevance?
Barriers like these are simply unacceptable for anyone seeking treatment for mental health. When it comes to mental health
You're probably thinking, "What a ridiculous question. That would never happen." This is where most readers, like well-intentioned
We need ourselves, to find our own voices and activate our own ears. We will find connection in our disagreements as well as our shared interests, and we may well help to spread an epidemic of connection.