Shame.


I feel a lot of shame today. When I think about reaching out for help, I cry inside at the truths I have to tell.

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About wonderfulshantelle

Journey To My Wonderful Self

Posted on March 2, 2013, in 12-step, Addiction, Adult Children, codependence, emotional abuse, emotional sobriety, Relationship. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Those truths… I know my own. Freeing them is freeing yourself. I did just that on my post “Recovering a Sense of Power.” Know that you’re not alone. No matter how you decide to release your shame, it will be worth it!
    http://pagesofparadigm.com/2012/12/15/recovering-a-sense-of-power/

  2. Hi Rachel, what excruciating moments they are, and yet I can’t do anything else at certain moments but try and push the stuff out like a bad poop (sorry for the metaphor)…
    Thanks for the words, Rachel. It really helps to be reminded that I’m not alone in this.
    I hope your journey is bringing you to good places.

  3. It makes a HUGE difference getting it out! If you need someone to vent to,I am great to talk to PLUS I’ve been there! I did ALOT of screwed up stuff when I was on drugs. You’re not alone!
    Pink.lex@hotmail.com

  4. “The truth shall set you free!!” –that’s the truth. 🙂

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