This week I go a bit deeper into the blog posts I wrote reviewing the book How To Keep House While Drowning and my post about my procrastinated (but now finished!) yard project. I’ll break down the four things that are necessary for shame, why shame doesn’t always look or feel like shame in our bodies, and how the stories we tell ourselves get in the way of our true, authentic selves, and how stories others tell/give us are the cause of shame.

I’m also trying a little something new with the intro. Let me know if you like it!

Related Links

Review of How To Keep House While Drowning

Blog: Procrastinated Projects and Neurodivergent Shame