Self-Blame, Self-Criticism, and Shame — Guest Blogger DocTalk, Explorations in Psychotherapy

Self-Blame, Self-Criticism, and Shame “Self-blame is a cognitive process in which an individual attributes the occurrence of a stressful event to oneself. The direction of blame often has implications for individuals’ emotions and behaviors during and following stressful situations.”  “Self-blame is common among adult sexual trauma survivors and it is very common among children who […]

Self-Blame, Self-Criticism, and Shame — DocTalk, Explorations in Psychotherapy

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