Many people feel that holding their shame hostage will make them a stronger person.
This just isn’t true.
It has become very clear to me: if you’re going to heal, you have to find a way to be open about your issues.
In order to live in today, you have to be open about your past.
This is the key to being comfortable in your vulnerability.
This is the key to unlocking the next level of your mental health.
So how do we begin to share our shame?
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about breaking free of perfectionism with someone who has been through her own deep journey of embracing her shame: Dr. Margaret Rutherford.
Dr. Margaret Rutherford has been a psychologist in private practice for over twenty-five years. She’s the author of “Perfectly Hidden Depression”, and hosts a weekly podcast, SelfWork with Dr. Margaret Rutherford, where she offers compassionate common-sense directions, ideas and goals toward the changes listeners want to make in healing.
Dr. Margaret shares her journey on how she became one of the leading experts on embracing vulnerability and understanding our human functioning.
So get ready to learn how to be ok with not being ok on Episode 895.