A couple weeks ago I had an icky, embarrassing experience.
I decided to mine it for all the wisdom and interesting writing it could be worth.
And that’s what I’ve done.
It turned out to reveal all kinds of gems.
I hope you’ll come read it – it’s a guest post over at the Journal of Cultural Conversation. I share about the experience, about shame, and about how we can each stop feeling ashamed and shaming others. (And yes, you enlightened, yoga-doing, sensitive people, I promise you there are ways you are subtly shaming others, despite your intentions. We all are.)
While you are there, take a look around. This blog is one of my favorite discoveries of late. Very cool, eclectic mix of topics and great writing, woven together by brilliant mastermind Laura Cococcia.
I’d love to hear what this article sparks for you – please share in the comments! If you enjoyed it, share on twitter or facebook….or wherever you like to share things.
Sending lots of love to you all,
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Tara! Thanks so much for guest posting and I hope you’ll consider doing it again! Your ability to tell a story and relate it to others is unique – a gift. Thank you for your kind words about the blog as well – so glad our paths have crossed!
Thanks Laura, it was a pleasure! And yes, I look forward to continuing the connection in all kinds of ways!
Thank you and welcome to Wise LIving. I’m so glad you found the site and that it’s resonating with you!
And glad you liked this piece – its true this is a universal experience and one that so often leaves us feeling like we acted in a way we didn’t like. It was fabulous for me to have a reason to really unpack and work through it – not just for my own personal growth but also out of my desire to write about the experience.
Look forward to seeing you here again and al the best,