• 02:00

    Shame

    in Religion

    The word Shame is there such a word today with a real meaning that others pay attention to or does people have any shame any more.  Shame embrassed or guilt.      


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    Jesus in the Morning Radio Talk Show bringing information daily mainly through a live Guest Speaker. Sharing the word of God in spirit and in truth.

  • Shame: Does it have a grip on You?

    in Women

    Does shame drive your life? Do the feelings of guilt and shame control you? Learn to shed the victim mentality and kick shame to the curb!

  • 01:13

    Be Free From Shame

    in Women

    Does shame have a grip on you? In this episode we talk about the negative effects of shame and how to be free!

  • 01:14

    Shame Does Not Define Us: Tools, Tips and Advice on Working Through Shame

    in Lifestyle

    All alcoholics and addicts feel shame. It’s impossible to avoid, and while shame is painful and can keep many of us stuck in the throes of addiction, there is hope.  We do not have to be defined by our shame, and indeed learning tools to cope with shame and learn and grow as people is an integral part of recovery.


    To begin with, though, it’s important to define shame.  One way to do this is to clarify the difference between shame and guilt.  Guilt is feeling badly about something we’ve done, and shame is feeling badly about who we are.   Guilt is based on actions, and shame is built on feelings.  Another way to put it is this:   When we feel guilty we feel we made a mistake.  When we feel shame we feel we are a mistake.


    In this show, we will talk about building tools to identify shame, build awareness of it, talk about the importance of reaching out to reduce the power shame holds over you, and discuss the power of story and voice in reducing and even eliminating the hold shame has in your life.

  • 00:29

    "CleftCast" on Breaking the Shame Cycle

    in Health

    Shame is a really powerful emotion that many people feel deep within their bodies, whether it is mentally or emotionally. Host Joe Rutland talks about how shame can affect those in the cleft and craniofacial community, define the difference between shame and guilt, and provides a couple of proactive steps to break the cycle of shame. This and much more in this week's "CleftCast" #podcast. Get in touch with Joe on Twitter at @JoeRutland or on Facebook at www.facebook.com and type in "Joe Rutland" in the search bar.

  • 02:02

    Prophet or Loss/Have You No Shame

    in Christianity

    On this segment of Truthsharks Radio, we will be discussing the false doctrines and errors that have crept into today's churches. Judgment must begin in the house of God before we can make an impact on the rest of the world. Come and help to crush the errors in our houses of worship.


    My wife and I were looking at pictures of various preachers' homes on a particular website and I couldn't help but shake my head. These rascals say they get a word from God on a regular basis, so why doesn't God reveal to them the shame they bring on themselves and the body of Christ? Could it be they aren't really hearing from God, but from their own ambitions? I will discuss this on the next broadcast.

  • 00:30

    Rape, Molestation, Guilt and Shame; Thank you Bill Cosby.

    in Self Help

    Far too often women (and men) are holding on to guilt and shame of some sexual abuse that happened twenty years or more ago. Why is it that the victims of sexual abuse are the ones that carry the guilt and shame in our society?


    Finally it's time to take these experiences that have been locked-up in the darkest recesses of the heart and bring them to light to be healed once and for all.


    Today I have the privilege to interview Irene Stafford. She will share her healing journey through rape, molestation, guilt and shame and how she was finally able to fully release the love in her heart.

  • 00:50

    Shame: Does it have a grip on you?

    in Women

    Shame is a painful and pervasive emotion in which one believes they are completly flawed and permanently defective. Shame filters color the way we see and hear the world. In this episode, Dawn Scott Damon and the sisterhood exposes shame and shows how to dismantle it from our lives.

  • 01:01

    Turn on the Lights! The Complexity of Shame & Disclosure

    in Lifestyle

    Fear is the reason we wear masks and why many of us are only naked in the dark. Unfortunately shame is not covered under Obama care and that is the purpose or life work we are here to do while we have this time on the planet. Shame diminishes are truth telling ability, we lie to one another and we lie to ourselves. All that we do is based on either love or fear. Shame is fear and the more we are able to combat the fear that lives inside of us, the more opportunity we have to be motivated by love. Love is Freedom from judgment and shame and concealing our most vulnerable selves or what we see as imperfections is one of the many ways we have learned to navigate this dog eat dog world but it doesn’t have to be that way. We can live in fear live in our shame and remain hidden in the dark and never make love with the lights on. Or we can make a personal commitment to work on our own fear and shame, combat it with love and acceptance wear a little less of the mask each day stepping out of the dark and closer to the light until we feel the Sun shining on our full selves reflecting the essence of our truth to the world.


    Join us on Sunday, July 20th at 1pm EST, as we discuss removing the shame in our lives to fully disclosing who we really are in this world. Would love to have you a part of this dialogue, so call (646) 915-9198 to chat with the co-hosts. 


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  • 01:00

    MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer - Freedom From Shame

    in Psychology

    Freedom From Shame


    "Shame: the torment you feel when you’re exposed, humiliated, or rejected; the feeling of not being good enough. It’s a deeply painful and universal emotion, yet is not frequently discussed. For some, shame lurks in the unconscious, undermining self-esteem, destroying confidence, and leading to codependency. These codependent relationships—where we overlook our own needs and desires as we try to care for, protect, or please another—often cover up abuse, addiction, or other harmful behaviors. Shame and codependency feed off one another, making us feel stuck, never able to let go, move on, and become the true self we were meant to be. Learn the steps to freedom from shame and codependency as Dr. Brewer talks with Darlene Lancer, author of "Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps To Freeing The True You

  • 00:24

    We All Have Shame

    in Lifestyle

    This is my truth...We all have done things we are not proud of, things that have made us feel less than or unworthy. But what do we do with the shame and the guilt?  I've decided to turn it into a testimony. Don't let the shame of your past define you, use it to become better not bitter.

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