Shame is NOT a Life Sentence!
Do you experience painful feelings of not being enough? Sometimes it feels like you’re unworthy, unlovable or you don’t belong. If you feel inadequate or fundamentally flawed, then what you feel is shame.
Shame becomes toxic when it gets internalized. You identify with shame. This means shame moves from feeling unworthy to believing you’re unworthy. When the shame gets in deep it’s hard to simply shake off. Toxic shame becomes a lens you see yourself through. While intellectually you know better, in reality you feel, experience and present with toxic shame. Which in turn effects your ability to connect, be confident or happy.
The seeds of toxic shame may have taken root for a variety of reasons: abuse, neglect, trauma, C-PTSD, divorce, or simply being a sensitive soul.
The good news is shame is NOT a life sentence, so FREE yourself. You don’t have to live with toxic shame and listen to a harsh inner critic. You need not feel unlovable, unworthy or broken. You don’t have to hide your thoughts and feelings, people please, or try to win love from people. You don’t have to distract, disregard or intoxicate your shame away.
Shame Hack can help!
Most people apply the wrong strategies to resolve toxic shame such as: telling your story over and over, feeling your feelings, journaling, affirmations, “giving shame back,” or saying how loved you are while looking in the mirror. These strategies don’t go deep enough to get to root of the problem and transform the shame.
Shame Hack is different. We teach clients to feel, deal and heal from shame in a simple and powerful way. A way that gets to the root of shame so you can finally transform it and move forward.
The Shame Hack process was developed, tested and refined over 7 years on actual clients. It is field tested and proven. First Dolan developed Shame Hack to free himself from toxic shame. Then with individual clients. Then in classes.
Now he is expanding the classroom to go on-line. Shame Hack can free more people and not be limited by geography