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shame

Relationships
With shame , examine the roles of approval, and possessive ownership in exercising influence with others.
shame patterns influence through gluttony .
Influence through shame amplifies wronged in others.
Reflection on shame
In aiming to be willing to associate freely and take risks, I notice shame arises to influence gluttony in others. Thus shame tests gluttony and also excludes the influence of some.

In noticing reactionary states of gluttony, including any irrational need for shame (or shaming), I examine possessive ownership and approval.

In facing unfelt wrongedness, I participate through self-aware shame, that is, awareness of tensions over satisfaction vs. discontent and an enhanced capacity for satisfaction through both acquisition and sustenance.