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How Can I Deal With Embarrassment Over My Fibrofog
Fibrofog: I would work more on the exercise treatment of the fibromyalgia. This will get the blood flow to the brain and help you sleep better. It is also natures antidepressant. As the pain decreases i bet the fog lifts. My personal opinion, is this deals with the lack of sleep that is one of the biggest problems with fibromyalgia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Talk about it: Talking about your shame is the best cure. Begin with a,therapist. Keeping your shame secret only keeps it alive. Also, whatever you are ashamed about is never as bad as you think. It is also important to learn the difference between shame and embarrassment because they are two different psychological experiences ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes: embarrassment? Please re-ask and clarify.Get a more detailed answer ›
Humiliation: We are born with the ability to feel hurt and confused. The extreme of hurt and confusion is a sense of humiliation. We are attacked and made helpless. There is a real humiliating world out there yet we learn much of our response to the world as we grow. Sorting out our real internal pain from what the world is telling us is possible but a lifelong process ;therapy should help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Determine cause 1st: This could be due to isolated increase in size of the areola or to a mild condition of gynecomastia. Other than csmouflaging with a nipple shield, i would suggest evaluation to determine the cause and possible treatment options which include isolated nipple reduction or gynecomastia repair. ...Read more
Emigrate!: Just kidding! That is a tough one. Humor is the best antidote and a sincere apology if that fits the situation.. Depends on what happened or is happening. If you are being bullied, walk away (it happens to adults, too!). More info might help us be useful to you. ...Read more
Really?: If this is really true, does it bother you in some way? Your asking about it on healthtap indicates that maybe it does -- or maybe someone in your life is having difficulty with your attitudes or behavior. Are you curious enough to see a psychiatrist or psychologist about this? Those would be the professionals best trained to work with you on such questions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Fear is a natural response to threats to safety. It has saved lives throughout human history by leading to a "fight or flight" response. However, many people develop fear or embarrassment in the absence of any real threat. In these cases, it's desirable to carry on calmly and with confidence. ...Read more
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