Tag: shaming

Women and Shaming

I’m a fan of BrenĂ© Brown. I’ve seen her TED talks, and read her book. I admit to hunting up bits and bytes of her on YouTube. She has a lot of good stuff to say, and it’s backed by research, data, and statistics.… Continue Reading “Women and Shaming”

Shaming Pron* (Deliberately misspelled :) )

Today’s Klout offering in my “Create” box brought to mind a trend I’ve been thinking a lot about. Specifically, the public shaming of children by their parents/caregivers. I recently participated in a FB debate which, while heated on occasion, actually stuck to the topic… Continue Reading “Shaming Pron* (Deliberately misspelled đŸ™‚ )”

Unintended Consequences

When I was a growing up, I did some pretty stupid things. Childish things. Behaviours that came from a place of immaturity, emotional hijack, or just plain establish-my-independence rebellion. And, I survived them all. Most Marvelous Parents also survived this process, eventually sending me… Continue Reading “Unintended Consequences”