This site is devoted to exposing and healing the layer of invisible, unconscious shame that entirely overlays our society. This shame centres on our emotions and our sexuality. It has its origins in our patriarchal past and has a huge bearing on our emotional and sexual behaviour.
Whenever we encounter something that we can’t or won’t talk about, or behaviour that we can’t control, we encounter shame. It is the hidden driver behind a range of shame-based issues:
- Self-harm and other cyclical/addictive behaviours
- Depersonalisation disorder
- Pornography addiction
- Sexual dysfunction in its myriad forms
- Honour-based violence
In addition, unconscious shame underlies conditions such as stress, anxiety, fear of failure and confidence issues such as fear of public speaking. These conditions are so widespread as to be considered normal. In my experience they are not normal, they are normalised.
Freedom from shame begins with realising its presence and understanding its mechanics. Shame can be reduced and removed by increasing our emotional intelligence using the emotional toolkits on this site.
During 2019 I will be offering a variety of resources to uncover the profound implications of patriarchy, overcome the effects of shame and in particular to help men with the endemic sexual dysfunction that is the unavoidable effect of patriarchal emotional mechanics. Click below for blogs on various topics.
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