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Hi I am a 29yr old female and in 2001 something happened to me whilst holidaying in Turkey. I was 15 at the time and my mum and I decided to go on a girls' only holiday. Mother-daughter bonding I presume, looking back. So we booked to go for a week to a hotel we went to 5 years before as we both enjoyed our stay and found the staff really friendly. A few days into our stay my mum flirted with a male guest - she was quite drunk and she was kissing him. She knew he had a girlfriend staying with him but she seemed to overlook this when under the influence. The bartender who was 7 years olde

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Ashamed - definition of ashamed by The Free Dictionary

a·shamed (ə-shāmd′) adj. 1. Feeling shame or guilt: Are you ashamed for having lied? 2. Feeling inferior, inadequate, or embarrassed: ashamed of my torn coat. 3 ...
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You Don’t Have to Feel Ashamed | Psychology Today

Do you feel there are things best kept to yourself, things that aren’t fit for the public eye – things you’re deeply ashamed of? For example, I have a patient ...
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Shame - Wikipedia

The location of the dividing line between the concepts of shame, guilt, and embarrassment is not fully standardized. According to cultural anthropologist Ruth ...
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Emotional Competency - Shame

We feel shame when we think of poorly of ourselves. It is our sense of our own incompetence or powerlessness. Shame is the emotion that encourages us to do our best.
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Feel ashamed? Good for you! - The Washington Post

Feel ashamed? Good for you! The ... Shame is a product of self-critique — we cannot feel shame without feeling guilty — and a consciousness of how others perceive ...
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Do Malaysians feel ashamed being in the shadow of Singapore's ...

Personally, no — I don’t feel ashamed of ‘being in the shadow’ of Singapore’s excellence. It’s true; an excellent and visionary leadership has driven ...
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ashamed - Dictionary Definition :

The word ashamed has, in some form, been around since before the 11th Century. You might feel less ashamed of your mistakes if you're able to learn from them.
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Why You Should Never Feel Ashamed About Going To Therapy

May 21, 2017 · Why You Should Never Feel Ashamed About Going To Therapy I used to believe that talking about my problems was a sign of weakness. But it's really a sign of ...
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'I feel ashamed in a way I never did before': your stories of ...

'I feel ashamed in a way I never did before': your stories of PIP assessment ... I feel ashamed and helpless in a way I never did before.
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ashamed and paranoid

Were you doing the pills too? I don't know your story.
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sitting here crying

I would bet that you already knew that you are an addict; you may have had a hard time admitting it, but the realization was there, sitting and waiting to be put in to words. Now that it's out in the open you can get started doing something about it. Shame is normal, as is being a bit scared. But ultimately it is what you do with all this info that really defines you. You deserve the best; you deserve to be happy and clean. Now go to work on your recovery. K
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Please no judgements just help

Honey, I am glad you have reached out for help. Are you currently seeing an OBGYN? I think that is really important that you get the help you need so you don't have to do this alone. I am not certain, but it could be dangerous to quit cold turkey because of the stress it puts you and consequently your baby under. So, the most important thing would be to see medical help first, and then reach out for counseling as well for support. Keep posting here, you are not alone.. hugs to you. For what it worth, I am taking oxy 2 years and methadone 3 years and want so badly to be off this evil stuff. I curse the day I started. But I think a slow taper is better than cold turkey, that is just me though. I want you to know you and your baby are in my prayers.
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What's wrong with me?

No way to tell, really.  It could be anxiety -- it just tends to come on seemingly out of nowhere for many of us.  On the other hand, you're also describing the symptoms of a lot of possible disease states, such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, candida overgrowth, thyroid problems, blood sugar imbalances.  Most doctors don't look for these things, only the best ones do.  I'd still eliminate physiological causes as a possibility, but you might have to find a better educated doctor to do so.  There is a class of psychiatrist called a functional physician who will do all these kinds of tests to rule out a physiological cause, but there aren't many of them, they don't work with insurance, and they're incredibly expensive.  It is an option.  
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Hey mister. Long time no hear!!! I'm still here for u my friend. I sent u my email to talk to me. We can get u through this!!!  Ok!!  And for those of u who remember me... 115 days sober and counting!!!:))  woo hoo. Jc some of us lose this battle but ur here fighting again so I'm proud of u for that!! Let's pick up the pieces and move on ok!!! Stay strong. Got my 2x4 ready for ya!!!! Big hugs!!!  
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Why did I do this!

It IS going to be ok! Quit beating yourself up over it! Pick yourself up, dust off, push forward! Relapse happens! Im proud of you for recognizing it for what it is, A MISTAKE...
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I am soooooo ashamed, Im back here after 10 months clean

I'd like to help but I don't understand, you had recent shoulder surgery? Or is it an older surgery that started hurting again? I call this 'relapse school' where we are trained how it works to better educate us in how to not let it happen again. After my last relapse, the shame and anger at myself was the hardest part. Often when we are healthy again we start romancing pills and feel we are safe now and can manage a few pills. What happens is we naturally forget the pain of withdrawal but fully remember the pleasure and seek that again.
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I really hate myself for being this way

Update: I talked to the boss. He's okay with me starting tomorrow. Now hopefully I can make it happen.
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As a husband what do I do?

You my friend are a great husband who loves his wife. I have a great wife who loves her husband. Your wife and I also have something else in common, we are both drug addicts. Sounds ugly, and makes nice people who love us squirm, which in turn contributes to the development of a very unhealthy relationship addicted people depend on. Don't set yourself up to be an enabler; making excuses for your wife and doing all sorts of crazy stuff to make it possible for her to continue this destructive behavior will make it much much worse. You need to love her with toughness and honesty - honesty with her, her doctor(s?), your extended family, everybody who has a stake in this. I'm not saying to go out and tell the world that your wife has a problem, but don't cover up for her. Seek out Al Anon or Nar Anon meetings in your area. You asked a VERY important question here: what can you do to help? The answer is to stop helping in a very specific and loving way. People in these groups can help you to learn how to do that.
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To Disclose or Not?

We've had a few discussions on here about this subject and as you can expect there have been differing opinions.  You should be able to feel comfortable with disclosing this to your work without fear of recriminations but in the real world this isn't always the way. I know what you mean about feeling like you are holding back a secret, but at the end of the day do they really need to know? Each place of work is different and each boss/person is different.  I know that in my last job I could have safely told them and nothing would have changed but there are other places where I definitely wouldn't have told them. Sorry it's not really a great answer but I just wanted you to know you aren't alone with this question.
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