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Identifying toxic shame – a step towards healing

Toxic shame has been associated with depression, addiction, suicide, aggression, bullying and eating disorders. What is shame? It is normal to have a level of shame. It can help us to keep a good conscience and to be more socially sensitive. However when someone experiences toxic shame they believe that they are unworthy of love,… Continue reading Identifying toxic shame – a step towards healing

Addiction(s) · Alcoholism

The Illusion Behind Addictive Behaviour

Sadly, addiction is not an illusion. A key driver of addictive behaviour is the illusion of emotional stabilisation and feeling better for it. How compellingly seductive this illusion can be, is proven by the financial expense and health risks we are prepared to take. As well as the lengths we go to deny ourselves or… Continue reading The Illusion Behind Addictive Behaviour