How to deal with shame from negative comments: Negative Comments Part 2


    Before you listen to this episode on how to deal with shame from negative comments make sure you've had a listen to part 1 on how to respond to negative comments.

    In part 2 I share my experiences and the strategies I've learnt to help deal with feelings of shame that can arise from receiving negative comments and criticism.

    We also explore:

    - The difference between shame and guilt
    - The neuroscience of fear, stress & the fight, flight & freeze response
    - Our brain's goal to avoid pain & seek pleasure
    - How to reframe the negative stories we tell ourselves

    The book I mention in today's show is Brene Brown's book Rising Strong which I highly recommend checking out if you haven't yet read or listened to it.

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