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Guilt Vs. Shame

Guilt Vs. Shame

The difference between shame and guilt may seem superficial, but it's crucial to understand it, so you can learn to handle your emotions better.

We all make mistakes, but they don't have to affect your self-esteem. Instead, you can learn from guilt and grow from the experience without shame. All you need are the right tools-take the first step.

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Shame can be more troubling than guilt. It's hard for some people to separate their actions from who they are as a person. The downsides of shame:

  • Guilt is defined as an emotional state that appears when we feel we have failed to live up to the morals of ourselves or others.
  • Shame is defined as an intense feeling about the self that comes from failing to live up to your own or others' standards.

When you're trying to work through guilt, here's what you need to do:

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