Healing of Toxic Shame Short Exerpt;

A Short Copy/paste From Links In My Groups Above in my profile:

A dysfunctional method of trying to rid oneself of shame is by transfer. Generation to generation caregivers unconsciously embarrass, humiliate, hold to unatainable standards, innappropriately depend upon, avoid, withhold love from, deny, belittle, degrade, etc. those in their care.

Growing up in an environment of Toxic Shame makes forming intimate relationships a painful challenge, as an identity marked by it will have poor interpersonal boundaries, often fear abandonment, and feel flawed. It is an unearned legacy with far reaching effect.
 

Growing up in an environment of Toxic Shame makes forming intimate relationships a painful challenge, as an identity marked by it will have poor interpersonal boundaries, often fear abandonment, and feel flawed. It is an unearned legacy with far reaching effect.

It's important to clarify that healing your damaged identity is not about placing blame on anyone. It does, however, require you to become aware of how and what others have passed on to you.

This was copied from :

http://www.my-counseling-site.com/healing_toxic_identity_shame_2.html

go check it out. Loads of good stuff..

demonizd demonizd
31-35, M
1 Response Mar 1, 2009

Thank you.