On this week's episode of See It To Be It, Author Laura Zam talks to us about getting the root of shame and getting to the core of trauma to overcome difficulties in our personal lives.
Zam is a Sexuality Educator, Certified Trauma Professional, TEDx speaker, and workshop leader, whose work focuses on sexual healing. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times (Modern Love), Salon, HuffPost, SheKnows, NextTribe, The Forward, in international journals, and in five book anthologies. Her first book, The Pleasure Plan: One Woman's Search for Sexual Healing, based on her off-Broadway, one-woman play, released in 2020.
To learn more about Laura, make sure to visit her website at Laurazam.com!
_8:33 “One is I think that shame has a very symbiotic relationship with self-blame and that the shame actually arises from the fact that women are not forgiving themselves and putting it upon themselves, that they are responsible for whatever it is. And then they feel this shame around it, ashamed of something they think they did or didn’t do.”
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