There's a feeling that you don't want to feel and that you go
to great lengths to avoid.
Getting close to it can cause anxiety and even panic
We learn it in our homes through the norms passed down through
We learn it in our communities and through the collective
consciousness of how to be and how not to be.
It shows up in how we relate to aspects of ourselves, how we
treat our partners, how we parent, how we share our gifts, and even
how we engage in political discourse.
Though not inherently harmful, shame is most often used as a
means to control expression and specific behaviors.
It can keep us silent about things that matter, squandering
our delicious gifts instead of sharing them with the world.
In this episode, I sat down with Dr. Lee
Cordell, a pleasure-focused,
trauma-informed coach and mentor for those looking to take back
command over their brain, bodies, and bank
accounts. She is the founder of the Institute of Trauma
and Psychological Safety and uses her 13 years of clinical
experience to help entrepreneurs develop shame-free inner spaces so
that they can create healthier personal and professional
She goes into personal details about how shame shows up
and describes her process for creating embodied safety and
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