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Guilt and shame are not the same thing. Guilt is feeling bad for a certain action, and wanting to take responsibility for it. Shame is feeling bad for being a certain person, and leads to steadfast avoidance of vulnerability. According to Brown, vulnerability and taking risks is the only way to get what we want out of life, and this after she studied the subjects for eight years. If we cannot embrace our vulnerability, learn to take responsibility for our actions, and avoid judging ourselves as people and subjecting ourselves to shame, then we can do anything in our lives.
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(a) Although we are stressed out and have higher standards, we still don’t spend as much time as our ancestors did on survival — 40 hours a week is adequate for most people. This gives us a lot more free time in which to pursue our hobbies; as much as we spend on our jobs, if we choose to do so.
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