Category Archive for: ‘Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy’

Polar bear shame

Adaptive and Maladaptive Shame

Differentiating situational from characterological shame By Gregg Henriques in Theory of Knowledge Shame. Just saying the word can be aversive. It is one of the most painful emotions that we humans can experience. And, in a related vein, it is probably one of the most avoided, inhibited, or defended against feeling states. What exactly is shame? Is it ever good to experience …

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