Guilt is a state of emotion where a person feels remorse for either doing something they feel they should not have done, or for not doing something they believe they should have. Whether or not the person’s assessment of their behavior is accurate, this mental pressure can result in a persistent emotional state that can sometimes be hard to let go of or move on from. Guilt often combines with feelings of shame, anxiety, frustration, and humiliation, which can further complicate one’s mental state.
At this workshop on November 15, 2012, Dr. Gabor Maté presented an in-depth analysis of vicarious trauma – including definitions, myths, and realities of trauma and vicarious trauma, as well as the sources and triggers for stress, its physiology, and how to release it. Dr.
Spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant says many people confuse guilt (a feeling that you've done something wrong) with shame (a sense that there's something wrong with who you are). Find out why Iyanla says both sentiments are wasted emotions.
Prescriptive and unique, Emotional First Aid is essential reading for anyone looking to become more resilient, build self-esteem, and let go of the hurts and hang-ups that are holding them back. We all sustain emotional wounds.
Break Your Guilt Habit! In Let Go of the Guilt, life coach and bestselling author Valorie Burton teaches you a simple, but profound method that will free you from what she calls the “false guilt” that is so common today. As you peel back the layers, you’ll feel the burden lift.