How to Help Someone Navigate Shame Effectively

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Navigating shame is HARD no matter what but it's way harder if you don't know how to identify it in your body, or say it out loud to another person.

Here are the shAmeBC's for helping someone you love navigate the painful emotional state..

1. Acknowledge their shame feelings

2. Buffer those feelings by being calm and present

3. Connect with them in an authentic human way that helps them understand they are worthy and not alone in whatever human thing they did or didn't do to trigger those feelings...


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