"It is my feeling that debilitating shame and guilt are at the root of all dysfunctions in families," says Jane Middelton-Moz.
A few common characteristics of adults shamed in childhood:
If you see yourself in any of these characteristics, you can learn how shame keeps you from being the person you were born to be and how to change that. Shame & Guilt describes how debilitating shame is created and fostered in childhood and how it manifests itself in adulthood and in intimate relationships. Through the use of myths and fairytales to portray different shaming environments, Dr. Middelton-Moz allows you to reach the shamed child within you and to add clarity to what could be difficult concepts.
Listen to Shame & Guilt - you're worth it.
©1990 Jane Middleton-Moz (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
"Eye" or shall I say "ear" opening read! Jane Middleton-Moz really is able to explain what shame really is.
I like they way she explains the elements of shame by using fairy tales.
I liked the story of Perfect and the Giant.
Knowing I was not alone.
Its where I came from
The giant and the chameleon
The character perfect
Keep up the good work
Easy to listen to. I love how stories are used to explain psychological principles - similar to Clarissa Pinkola Estes books. The book explains shame and guilt better than it prescribes solutions but is still well worth a read/listen.
"Story:good diagnosis with very poor solution hints"
I've listened to "After tears" and this book is like 30-35% value of the first one to me. The other book treats the ACOA issue in a much more organized and clear way (in my view). This book "Shame and guilt" evidently shows the high importance of shame and guilt in our lives and yet I have a sense as if this book treats the issue similarly to "a doctor making incisions to a patient on an operation table and then walking away leaving the patient with an open stomach". Good diagnosis, poor solution hints, or unclear hints. Lecture of this book leaves me with a sense of strong frustration that a problem is pointed out and no solution hints given.
Very good narrator.
Very frustrated as far as finding ways to solve shame and guilt problems.
"I have listened to this book many times"
This book has a lot to offer to those who wants to work with themselves. I really liked it and I can still go back and listen to it again.
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