Do you find yourself, thinking you are not good enough or that you are not loveable? Often there are few words to express such experiences. This is probably based in the way we made meaning of our early relationships and is shame based. Burdened by shame, parts of us stay hidden for fear of being cast out by family and friends. This show assists you to understand the impact that shame has on the relationship with ourselves and others. Neuroscience also informs us that our buried unconscious memories hold vast amounts of information that the body knows, but the conscious mind does not. This program opens up a conversation about the world of shame, how it has been needed in our past and the cost that comes with holding on to it. We delve into the world of darkness by listening to professionals who help people transform their shame. In addition, we invite listeners like you to speak of their journey of shedding light on their dark side.
Love and Betrayal
On this show John will talk about when we hear the word “betrayal” we usually think about sexual infidelity but there are other kinds of betrayal and there are two kinds of agreements that are often broken, which can be experienced as a betrayal.
Understanding the physiology of Shame and its role in development
Shame is a ubiquitous human experience. It is used in every culture to socialize children and to protect the tribe. Healthy shame has purpose, function and teaching us how to thrive in community.
What happens after getting out of the cult called NXIVM
This show will look at the dark side of being a leader and promoting recruitment to hundreds of people into an organization that treated women like sex slaves.
Melting the Shame Freeze
In response to a difficult situation, our nervous system tends to do one of three things to survive. Fight – Flee or Freeze.
Using the Self to Heal Wounded Parts
Through my training with Virginia Satir and Richard Schwartz I have learned how to help people access their Self and to facilitate the healing of wounded parts by the Self.
Breaking the Patterns of Shame
Learn about the three faces of Shame:
2.Feeling in deficit.
3. Dissociated from their own shame and vulnerability