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Listening to shame

On the Weekend Exploration workshop, we spend a lot of time investigating ‘shame’. As part of  that process, we explore how it might have shown up in our life in the past  and where it might still be manifesting in our life today. Part of the exploration also includes investigating the methods we might have used to compensate for shame, and where that might still be occurring in our life today.

In this insightful TED talk, Brené Brown reflects on shame (and vulnerability) and how it forms part of our human experience.

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