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Therapy + Theology with Carley Marcouillier

with Carley Marcouillier

The Important Difference between Guilt & Shame (Decoding Our Distress, Pt 3)

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We are continuing our series on decoding our distress by asking the question: Why do I feel this way?

Last week, we began with feelings within the spectrum of fear and doubt. Today, I want to explore the feelings of shame & guilt and how we can respond to them through the lens of the gospel.

What is important to note here is the distinction between these two emotions. From a basic definition: guilt addresses one’s behavior whereas shame addresses one’s self-concept.
Brené Brown researcher on shame and best-selling author defines these two experiences by saying:

"Guilt says, “I did something bad, while shame says, “I am bad.”"

So, the first step to understanding standing these distressing emotional states is by recognizing them as signals of significance - They tell us something about what we have done or not done and what we think of ourselves in relation to our experiences.

What are they telling us? And what is it important? That’s what we’ll unpack today.

RESOURCES:

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown: https://amzn.to/3edm1ek

Beyond Identity by Dick Keyes: https://amzn.to/3Kx6TF1

Psychology, Theology, and Spiritually in Christian Counseling by Mark McMinn: https://amzn.to/3Trwh2W

What Is the Difference Between Guilt and Shame? by Psychology Today: https://bit.ly/3Kyi682

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September 01, 2022
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A northerner by heart southerner by choice, Carley currently calls Virginia her home. After completing her Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, Carley began to develop a passion for integrating the principles of counseling practice with the foundation of Christian theology. In addition to her clinical work, Carley is passionate about discussing topics of faith, theology, psychology, and everything in between on her social media platforms www.carleymarcouillier.com, Instagram, and Facebook.
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