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I have had unique opportunities to share my story with the media, as public shaming is becoming a daily occurrence in our culture.

What public shaming says about us as human beings is complex. On one hand, public shaming can have good intentions and create amazing and quick cultural change. On the other hand, public shaming can be used to send mass suffering and pain toward others, leaving the recipient feeling attacked, worthless, and alone.

From my dual experiences of shaming and being shamed, I have concluded there are higher frequencies in which to operate, love being the primary.

Love is the most powerful positive force in this universe.

One question I ask myself frequently, particularly when I am facing a confrontational situation, is this, “If I had to choose between being right or being kind, which choice would make me feel most aligned with
my true nature?”

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