Ever have a shame attack? Happens to us all from time to time, right? I had one this week. It was a great opportunity for me to practice what I preach. Today I’m sharing my experience with you and giving you the steps to deal with a shame attack and come out stronger on the other side.

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6 replies
  1. hanks.summer@gmail.com says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this. I feel your pain, I totally know intense shame. I so appreciate the work you do. You have helped me so much already. Someday I’ll tell you my whole story. Won’t that be fun 🙂

  2. kris2smile2000@yahoo.ca says:

    I was so happy to read the tittle when I was picking my podcast for my work out this morning! I had a moment the day before of complete shame, still feeling while listening. I was not sure what to do with all those over whelming feelings. I couldn’t think straight, didn’t want to face my family, it was awful!! Thank you for allowing me to truly feel the shame and know what to do with it and process it. 🙂 Couldn’t have came at a better time!! <3

  3. Mink says:

    Just donated the last $23 to reach her gofundme goal! My week got instantly better thinking I was able to help someone I don’t know…….yet!

  4. Jen Victor says:

    When you were reading the comments of Joy the warrior,t hose comments hit home for me I have been struggling with auto immune deasese and these comments were not historical. If you are doing your laundry the way Rosemary does and like many of us you do have to iron because you haven’t had the strength or you hurt so bad you haven’t been able to fold clothes. People with chronic illness want to do more and do believe in themselves but really ARE too tired and totally zapped. I totally relate… not funny. Love you Rosemary!!!!

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