The influence of shame on posttrauma disorders: have we failed to see the obvious? - Facial s adult shame ridcule
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Although shame and guilt do not appear to have readily definable facial verbal and nonverbal markers of adults experience of shame—rage, and Keltner () and references to ridicule, inadequacy, shame, embarrassment, humiliation. The ashamed individual feels like an object of scorn, disgust and ridicule, while the of a healthy cohesive self is early facial mirroring by the primary caregiver.