By DJ Chuang & Eunice Lee
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On Erasing Shame, we talk honestly about how shame affects us emotionally, relationally, mentally, and physically. Shame is not a good thing, it’s a toxic thing. Shame is not an Asian thing, it’s a human thing. We hope these episodes will help our listeners towards erasing and replacing shame with healthy living.
||CleanTop 3 Reasons People Get Help: Episode 14||On this episode, Fannie Tam, licensed family counselor, brings a unique and valuable perspective from both Asian and American cultures along with many years of experiences in helping people out of their issues of shame.||5/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBreaking Free of Generational Addictions: Episode 13||Close-knit community culture and trauma can intensify cycles of shame and addiction. Psychotherapist Sam Louie shares insights on how to break free. Show Notes Sam Louie’s website samlouiemft.com Asian Shame and Addiction: Suffering in Silence by Sa||5/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat’s so bad about sex addiction? Episode 12 with Roy Kim||Let’s talk about sex. Therapist Roy Kim will share with us his perspectives on human sexuality and what to do when it becomes harmful and shameful. Show Notes Roy Kim http://roykimtherapy.com – Licensed Family & Marriage Therapist The Same Boat pod||5/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMoving from Shame to Self-Compassion: Episode 11||Our special guest Dr. Lisa Chu shares her perspectives about facing shame head-on and moving toward self-compassion and authenticity Show Notes Connect with Dr. Lisa Chu at her website themusicwithinus.com Tian Dayton’s books and videos on Relational||4/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanParenting without shame: Episode 10||Special guest Iris Chen describers herself as a “deconstructing tiger mother.” She joins us on Erasing Shame to have an honest talk about parenting well and recovering from the tiger parenting generation. You’ll hear about her fascinating approa||4/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHandling Questions about Shame: Episode 9||We change the pace on this episode. No special guest interview. No co-host. Just one host. DJ Chuang takes some questions from Quora (an expert community) and answers them honestly. Show Notes National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s Online Chat / ph||4/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA community without shame? Episode 8||Eunice Lee talks with Liz Lin of Progressive Asian American Christians about how shame plays a role in Asian-American and immigrant faith communities, and what it could look like to have an Asian-American faith community that isn’t shame-based.||4/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBreaking Free of Shame and Anxiety: Episode 7||There are so many things to be anxious about in today’s world. And when that’s connected to shame, whether because of relationships with others or one’s own personal self-image, life can be overwhelming and paralyzing.||3/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow can feeling the need to perform on the outside keep shame hidden on the inside?||Host Eunice Lee is joined with Natalie Hsieh on Season 1 Episode 6 of Erasing Shame: Honest talk for healthy living. Natalie personally shares her experiencing shame as the pain of feeling “alone” or “outside” of a community, or even outside you||3/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAfter a Month of Talking about Shame: Episode 5||Eunice Lee and DJ Chuang return from a week’s break and reflect on the first month of podcasting on this topic of shame: how much bigger it is than we first imagined, what kind of response we’ve heard, and an invitation for you to share your stories||3/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
As an Asian Canadian, I’m learning so much from this podcast about the common struggle we all have...regarding shame. Highly highly recommended!!
As a non-Asian I can relate a lot of this! This gives me a lot of language that I need to help talk about shame. It also helps me when I’m talking to my own therapist. Thank you for this!