There are a few things in my life where I think I made some serious errors...some of which are a source of deep shame.
This page is a stub, created on 2021-05-09. Its contents are notes on the issues and angles I want to address about this topic.
An important feature of these is that I should have and could have known better, but it was my own failing that led to the bad result. Sure, there are plenty of things where I made (innocent) mistakes and regret how things turned out, but I don't feel the same level of culpability and self-condemnation for those sorts of things.
- throwing Kisses across the room
- "competitive analysis" for CDNetworks
- snapping at Tom in 2015
- law school
Additional angles to consider:
- doing the best that I could / role of limbic system hijack
- what I mean by the concept of "shame" here; how that differs from worthiness and Brené Brown's usage