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Title: Emotionally, a person may become angry, defensive, express denial, or become emotional.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Shame is a family of feelings that have to do with painful feelings of distress or suffering related to a disconnect in your self-view ...
Shame
Shame is a family of feelings that have to do with painful feelings of distress or suffering related to a disconnect in your self-view and your expectations. It is the critical self that judges our actions, thoughts, and beliefs as being wrong or worthless.
Shame is different from guilt. Guilt is a feeling that reflects an action you have taken. Shame reflects feelings of worthlessness about who you are as a person.
Shame is often associated with other emotions such as humiliation, embarrassment, low self-esteem, belittlement, stigmatization, sadness, anger, and hurt.
Shame can lead to many other feelings and experiences which are often unpleasant. According to Helen B. Lewis, who greatly studied shame, it is often the central component to the experiences of feeling alienated, inadequate, helpless, powerless, defenseless, or weak.
Additionally, these feelings lead to moments of social insecurity, in which a person may feel insecure, uncertain, or shy.
During moments of social insecurity, these feelings can lead to issues of self-esteem, such as feeling ineffectual, inferior, flawed, exposed, and unworthy.
If self-esteem becomes damaged because of these feelings, it may have larger-picture consequences, such as feeling hurt, intimidated, defeated, rejected, dumped, stupid, bizarre, odd, or different.
These feelings may be expressed in a variety of ways.
Physically, it is not uncommon for a person to flush, lower their eyes, or express nervous gestures such as biting lips or fidgeting; or they may force a smile.
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