Invisible Illness
Published in

Invisible Illness

How to Turn Shame Into Changed Behavior

Experts say shame leads to continued maladaptive behavior, here are a few steps to stop the cycle.

Photo by @felipepelaquim on Unsplash

Have you ever felt shame after making a mistake? How did it feel? And, what did you do with that feeling? According to science, odds are that it felt just miserable, so you repressed it, and then wound up repeating the err.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

Recommended from Medium

What Failed Relationships Have Taught Me About Handling a Bipolar Diagnosis

I Can’t Stomach All the Positivity

Dear 2020

When Asthma Attacks

The Influencer World Is Still Insisting Happiness Is A Choice

Coping with life in lockdown

How Complete Stuck Up I Found Myself With Depression

A man sitting beside window.

A Brief Guide to Gaslighting

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Thriving Autist

Thriving Autist

Neurodivergent writer figuring out how to thrive. Growth junkie. Kindness advocate. ❤

More from Medium

Keeping Our Cool With Our Kids

Dear 2022 — An Open Letter to Plead with the New Year

The Inferiority Complex

Challenging Behaviours in Teens