Shame Rebel

Shame Rebel

Through community, we heal. Join me and fellow rebels as we explore the origins of shame, how it impacts us socially, and tools for rebelling against shameful messages.

Episodes

March 24, 2022 28 min
In this episode, Amy Stephens shares her experience of being shamed on the dance floor for not being a "good girl." Amy has made a career involved in body movement as she grew in her yoga and energy healing practices. She learned how to let go of the shame she experienced in order to connect more with her body and self. Amy can be found at www.yogaamy.net
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In this episode, Marie-Pier shares her experience with diet culture and body shame. She became a registered dietitian to help people break free of the critical and negative beliefs from diet culture and build a more authentic relationship with their bodies. Check out more from Marie-Pier on her podcast, The Balanced Dietitian.
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February 28, 2022 42 min
In this episode, Laura shares her story of surviving 23+ years of domestic abuse at the hands of her former spouse. She shares how shame was put on her through this trauma and how guilt has impacted her sense of self. Laura gives insight to the abuse cycle and how manipulation causes many survivors to believe it's their fault for being harmed. Laura shares more insights and experiences on her blog DV Walking Wounded.
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February 14, 2022 38 min
*Disclaimer: Sexual abuse and assault are discussed in this episode and may be triggering for some listeners.
In this episode, Amber shares her trauma history and how this has impacted her sexual experiences. Amber opens up about her sexual kinks and how to engage in those safely. Amber also shares her lack of support and education through school sex ed classes and how she hopes to provide a wider range of support and resources for ...
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February 7, 2022 26 min
In this episode, Annie Mckinnon shares her experience of navigating her sexual orientation in an oppressive culture. She explores the ups and downs of finding herself, and ways to live more authentically. For more info check out www.coachingcart.com
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January 31, 2022 34 min
In this episode, Emily Ginn, a social worker and life coach, offers education around infertility shame and how this impacts relationships and sense of self. Emily offers further resources on her podcast, IVF This, which can be found on her website www.ivfthiscoaching.com
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January 24, 2022 44 min
In this episode, Paige Penick shares personal stories of being shamed and how that influenced her professional identity. Paige shares ways to support others dealing with body shame and how she offers support as a dietician and nutritionist. Paige runs the podcast Start Fueling Better. The podcast and other valuable info can be found at www.startfuelingbetter.com
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January 10, 2022 35 min
In this episode, Jasmine Rice shares her experiences of imposter syndrome after divorce and losing her job. Jasmine explains how she moved herself out of an emotional rut and ultimately found a life she wanted. Check out her book, Create Your Own Life Recipe After Divorce, and her blog at www.goodthingsaregonnacome.com
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In this episode, Allison Sutter shares ways to connect with our intuition and use this to navigate negative feelings. This process works alongside shame as a way to obtain information about ourselves and ultimate goals. For more info on Allison and access to her book, visit www.allisonsutter.com
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December 27, 2021 43 min
In this episode, Lia shares her experience with parenting two children who have Autism. Lia shares how shame shows up when people judge parents for appearing to not discipline their children who may be having sensory and communication issues in public. We talk about the ways in which people don't fully understand Autism and other special needs, and how to gain more insight into these diagnosis. Lia offers ways to support the Au...
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December 20, 2021 42 min
*Disclaimer: This episode contains details of abuse and violent acts that may be triggering for some listeners.

In this episode, Leticia shares her story of navigating shame after surviving an abusive relationship at a time when her support system was not willing to support her. She explores the importance of seeking help, especially when feeling alone, and offers ways to increase self-worth. Leticia created a coaching business wher...
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In this episode, Suzanne shares her experience of dealing with shame and using hypnotherapy as a healing tool. Suzanne speaks to changing the beliefs people hold (and where shame often stems from) and how to change the beliefs that limit potential and happiness. Check out Suzanne and her book on Instagram @suzisung and www.levelupmindset.co
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In this episode, Eddie Zacapa, author of Principles and Practices of Nonviolence, shares his experience of working with domestic violence perpetrators as they try to rehabilitate their behaviors. Eddie shares insights on how shame may be the culprit for some violent acts and can perpetuate aggression. We discuss tools like boundaries and non-violent communication, to improve such behaviors. Eddie offers support and resources for th...
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In this episode, Jessie Lucas shares her insight on embodied movement practices and how these are helpful in processing shame. Jessie explores the importance of kinesthetic intelligence and using movement as a way to release shame and align more with your authentic self. Check out more here: embodiedmovementtraining.com
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In this episode, Rima explores cultural and family norms that caused her to question parts of her identity. Rima shares how her personal work in hypnotherapy, and a mountain of self-help books, led her to pursue a career as a hypno-coach for women looking to become their authentic selves. Check out her podcast and other resources @rimarkable.me
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In this episode, Noel speaks to her experience of shame related to her religious and sexual identities. Growing up in the Catholic church and identifying as gay, caused Noel to live a double life. She explores her personal struggles and battles in seeking her true self and shares how she found her authenticity in her spiritual values. Learn more about Noel and resources regarding religious support at @nkspiritualcare
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On this episode, Nenia Corcoran shares her story of surviving and healing from an abuse marriage. Nenia offers insights into how her role as a police officer compounded her shame and ways to be more aware of when abuse may be happening. Nenia offers support to those struggling with a current or past abusive partnership. Her book, He Loves Me Not, is also available as a resource. Check out her Instagram @neniacorcoran for more s...
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November 1, 2021 36 min
In this episode, Bianca Spears discusses the benefits of laughter when dealing with heavy emotions, like shame. She discusses her work in laughter yoga and life coaching and how these have formed her knowledge and practices of self-care and healing. For more info on Bianca and her work check out www.biancaspears.com.
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In this episode, Cheri Timko offers insights on how shame impacts couples. Cheri is both a Mental Health Clinician and Relationship Coach with years of experience working with couples. Her goal is to help them navigate their shame triggers and learn ways to heal from conflict or harmful behaviors. To find out more about Cheri, see her website cheritimko.com
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October 18, 2021 46 min
In this episode, Steve McCready speaks to his personal and professional experiences of being a male (and a human) with feelings. Steve frames feelings as "information" that we can use to navigate our needs and relationships. He speaks to the difficulty of this for male-identifying folks due to social and cultural expectations of masculinity. We explore how shame shows up around expressing and feeling emotions and ways to no...
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